tools available today than ever before, in the form of paper-based notebooks and notebooks, may have soon become quite necessary for the modern business person. But there is still something nice when the paper is to own any characters. The latest innovation that joins the growing library of books in digital form is Rocketbook. And this device does have one very curious feature. In addition to being able to perform handwritten notes to send them to the cloud, Rocketbook can connect to the microwave to delete recordings from some pages.
Recent devices that serve a similar purpose as the Rocketbook, include Livescribe notebook from this industry veteran Moleskine, and Equil Smart marker and Smart Kapp, who developed and enable the user to digitize and share their own created content with friends and subscribers.
Joe LeMay, creator Rocketbook, hopes to take the attractive niche market that has developed between modern technology and old, cherished method of creating text documents. His device uses specially designed “leaves” in A4, displayed on the screen 8.5 × 11 inches (210 x 297 mm). And if Crowdfunding campaign, which he controls, to be successful, and it will happen when it reaches the level of 300 000 US dollars, the closer to the end of the year the first samples appear on the shelves of electronics stores.
At the bottom of each page Rocketbook there are a number of seven characters, which the company calls the magic button. Each of them can be assigned to perform specific functions: to send a file to the cloud, to reproduce in audio format, save / delete and others.
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