Rocketbook Cloud-Integrated Microwaveable Notebook

Mar 18, 2015

Category: Tech

Wait, before you toss that ham & cheese Hot Pocket in the microwave, we have something even better for you to nuke: your notebook. Yes, with the Rocketbook cloud-integrated notebook, you can actually erase your notes and refresh your pages by microwaving it for 30 seconds. The only catch is you have to be using Pilot’s FriXion pens.

Besides that neat trick, this is a notebook that’s ready to impress in other ways too. Using the Rocketbook notebook and app, your doodles, sketches, and notes all get saved to cloud. Just choose one of the seven symbols (Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs, your email, etc.) at the bottom of each page and your written content will go there instantly. The Pilot pens actually use ink that turns clear in heat, which is how that microwave trick happens btw. [Purchase]

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