Rocketbook; Microwave is not only for frozen dinners anymore!
Ever wish you could be like those people who diligently type notes into their laptop, tablet, or phone but feel restricted? Do you have reams and reams of paper notes that you end up tossing? Or maybe you prefer to draw pictures and diagrams to using words when recording information? Then maybe the Rocketbook Cloud Integrated Microwaveable Notebook may be just for you.
Yes that’s right folks, creator Joe Lemay has discovered that the microwave is not just for frozen dinners anymore! Imagine drawing notes in a notebook that acts like an Etch a Sketch allowing you to erase and reuse the same surface multiple times. Only now you can send your sketches, notes, etc to the cloud and store them in your preferred organizational app.
The Rocketbook features seven icons at the bottom of each page. The user can assign each icon a storage destination such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, OneNote or your email address. After completing your notes/sketches mark that icon on your page, and Rocketbook automatically files your notes in the right place. Once you are satisfied with note storage, simply put the notebook into the microwave for 30 seconds and all the information will be magically erased.
The Indiegogo campaign site currently offers a variety of purchase options to make it affordable for an individual or a large company alike. The Rocketbook is designed to be used in combination with Pilot Frixion pens. The Rocketbook Standard includes 50 sheets/100 pages and the Rocketbook Executive includes 70 sheets/140 pages (although a bit smaller in size).
Both notebooks include one black Frixion pen by Pilot when purchased individually for $29 USD. They can also be purchases with a 3-pack of colored Pilot Frixion pens for $39 USD. Each page will average about 25 uses. The Rocketbook is set to begin delivery August 2015. Once a notebook is purchased you will have lifetime access to the Rocketbook app. One more thing, Rocketbook is compatible with both iPhone and Android users.