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Sending doodles to the cloud isn’t even the craziest thing this notebook can do

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You can also stick it in the microwave.
You can also stick it in the microwave.

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Digitization has more or less sent filing cabinets, Rolodexes, microfiche, card catalogs, and other forms of analog record-keeping into the great office space in the sky. There’s a good reason for that: Important records should be easily accessible, and digitization makes searching, copying, and sharing them effortless. So why are you still taking notes with a regular pen and pad when the Rocketbook Wave Smart Notebook exists?

We’ve covered this cloud-connected creative tool before, but we’ve never seen it so generously discounted at 25% off the standard price. 

Here’s how Rocketbook Wave works: First, you scribble your notes and doodles as usual. Next, check off the little symbol indicating where you’d like to stash your writing—Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, Slack, etc.

Then, using the Rocketbook smartphone app, scan the pages you want to send. Thanks to the dot grid pattern and QR code on each page, your writing will be transcribed into searchable, copyable, pastable text and saved in the cloud for all eternity (or until your free Dropbox account hits capacity, you cheapskate).

Here it is in action:

If you use the included Pilot FriXion pen to fill up your Rocketbook, you can pop it in the microwave to erase all its contents and start your note-taking anew. Bet you didn’t see that coming. 

Get your 80-page, microwave-safe Rocketbook Wave Smart Notebook for $19.99 — a never-before-seen dip from the usual $27.00 price.

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