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    Pilot Brothers 1 review [App]  2019-11-29 21:52

    Amazing point n click game. Recommended. Cheerful and funny. Clearly those who do not obtain it should not be playing issue solving games. It has a story n it is straight forward. Give it a possibility and do not give up so quickly.

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    Pilot Brothers 1 review [App]  2019-11-29 21:52

    Honestly, none of the puzzles create any sense. I have no idea how you're supposed to solve them without watching the solutions. Even though I paid for it, I uninstalled it after reaching the monkey part. Not enjoyable at all

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    Pilot Brothers 1 review [App]  2019-11-29 21:52

    Amazing point and click game! Very funny!!

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    Pilot Brothers 1 review [App]  2019-11-29 21:52

    че за i dont obtain it на русском???

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    Pilot Brothers 1 review [App]  2019-11-29 21:52

    Неплохой порт старинной игры с декстопа, спасибо за ностальгию. Графика, правда, так и осталась с тех времен. Ожидал более плавных линий. Ну и удобства управления никакого - любое неосторожное движение колобки доделывают до конца, нет возможности остановить их на полпути. Ещё не из любого положения можно произвести действие.. Приходится очень много тыкать по экрану в надежде, что что-нибудь сработает :)

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Wonderful app! Had seen it in action in the latest past and the tech and privacy safeguards are sorely needed. Finally...monetize YOUR pictures, videos, you name it. This is the beginning of the internet of the future! Soon to come...social media capability! Look for ARkNet videos on YouTube to view multiple examples of application uses.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Awesome app. social networking, professional networking. Not to mentio. the non- networking opportunities. The limits are endless with this. I am surprised it took to long for someone to think of this idea. cannot wait to share this with my mates and family.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    this app, once fully developed will be revolutionary! Some of the uses may be confusing at first due to the brand fresh method of doing activities on a social media platform such as ARknet. but i will say this..... potential is off the charts!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Best Social Application EVER! It will offer SO MUCH to Businesses, Social Networking, Transportation, Gaming, Sports, etc. The list can go on. ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES. Proud to be a part of this GREAT Revolution. AR/VR is the future & ArkNet has taken it to another level. Just look at what you've been able to do on prior Apps with AR. Thats nothing. ARK ON!!!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    nice job getting this up and running and addressing premium feature and payment option issue....looking forward to the future capabilities of this platform. will definitely prove useful in entertainment, informational, educational, social and commerce sectors...Unlimited possibilities!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Totally, totally amazing app. What you can do is limited only by your imagination. This will be the go to social media application of the future, changing forever how we communicate with customers and each other. I especially like that my info is secure.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    This is so much fun, and the potential for this platform could be limitless... with future updates this will only obtain bigger and better. It's just a matter of before its everyone's favorite social media platform. Don't forget to share this application with families and friends. $$$Trading @ TTCM $$$

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    This application changes the perceived concept of social media. This application has unlimited potential. AR is the future and this application is industry ground breaking. I'm satisfied I've placed the first ARK in my city, and one of the first in Canada.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    the coolest application ever can't wait to just go to various locations and pinpoint them. I travel for work so this is great.. I can hold track of all the locations I go, and when I obtain home I can present my kids.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    The next generation of Social Media. AKknet is the future of Augmented Reality Interaction Network... I love the mix of reality view with technology. Other Social Media www services won't match up or hold up with ARknet.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Current primary ver aok. Stay tuned for wave after wave of amazing features to be added in the weeks and months ahead!!!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    This application is totally amaizing with unlimited potential. I believe that it offers so a lot of life saving features and uses. I highly recommend getting acquainted with ARknet and Klickzie by 'WE ARE TAUTACHROME'

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    This is the best I have seen to date for fresh possibilities and ideas and getting more noticed for business contacts and or clients and protecting ones self, Hotdog!!!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Excited to be a part of the revolution! Amazing features. Simple to use. Let's obtain our ARk on!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Awesome Augmented Reality experience in social media application. I realize this is the first release but already see sooo a lot of use cases

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Best Fresh thing since sliced bread! $TTCM Tautachrome! ArkNet! Love you guys! #jeffryac to all my IHUBers! Watch out FB! A fresh method of Life is Here!!!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    I believe this will be the future of social media. awesome concept! help it!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    While AR is in its infancy, this application shows the awesome possibilities of this kind of technology.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    A real android game changer! Can't wait to see how this platform is adopted and utilized in the future!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    This is a really cool app. it's only going to obtain better moving forward. Even my children love it!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Wow....This application is so fun to play with and simple to setup too. I love it!!!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    works absolutely amazing! this thing is awesome!!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    I understand it's beta ver but don't obtain the concept. nothing to do but pin a pic or comment to Google maps.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    very cool. unlimited potential , android game changer.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    I already see this blowing up I been waiting for this application to be released !

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    amazing platform! this is going to be so huge, amazing job!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    1,000,001 ways to use this for benefit it appears! kudos!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Awesome app, cant wait for the future of this platform

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Amazing idea and will be the fresh social platform.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    When everyone has AR glasses this will be the future. For now it has alot of growing to do.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    The future is finally here!!!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    no tech support, days and days waiting for return email. nothing ,zero ,zilch

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    dope...futuristic...will def replace my other social mefia apps in no time...good job

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    unlimited technology going to change everything.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    This seems very promising. Excited to see where they go with this.

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Super pumped about scavenger hunt in August!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    ARknet will be the "Standsrd" for AR!!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    amazing app. love this fresh technology

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    Amazing app cutting edge for making AR!

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    ARknet 1.1.1 review [App]  2019-8-19 21:12

    This application is going to revolutionize socal media.

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    1.1 review [App]  2018-11-23 13:7

    Amazing app. Thanks

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    1.1 review [App]  2018-11-23 21:7

    Amazing app. Thanks

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    1.1 review [App]  2018-11-24 13:7

    Amazing app. Thanks

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    1.1 review [App]  2019-1-15 13:6

    Amazing app. Thanks

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    1.1 review [App]  2019-1-15 21:6

    Amazing app. Thanks

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    Pilot Brothers 3 review [App]  2019-11-24 21:53

    На уровне с кактусом Коллега может выпить бензин из канистры. Из-за этого нужно начинать уровень сначала. Но самое неприятное - меньшее количество уровней. Зачем сократили? Игра из-за этого отличается от версии для ПК

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    Pilot Brothers 3 review [App]  2019-11-24 21:53

    Шеф не смог наполнить бак машины из канистры. Говорит сто ничего не понимает. Застряла на этом этапе и не могу пройти дальше

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    Pilot Brothers 3 review [App]  2019-11-24 21:53

    Amazing android game

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Infinity Black Cover, Executive Size (6" x 8.8") review [Book]  2019-11-29 18:3

    Rocketbook vs. Elfinbook: I use both and here is my opinion.Each of these books has their pros and cons. Hopefully I can outline both for you from my perspective so you can see what you per: Rocketbook uses a paper that feels more plastic and thin. Elfinbook paper feels more substantial and the ink takes to it much faster. Rocketbook uses a square dot grid pattern, while Elfinbook has lines, much like a normal notebook. So when you scan from Rocketbook, it comes across looking like you just wrote on copy paper (no lines) while Elfinbook comes across with lines for more of that notebook look. For my preference, and others that I've allow test, Elfinbook was the clear champion ze: Somewhat arbitrary as I'm guessing both have various sizes. Rocketbook is more of a private notebook size...think DayTimer size. Elfinbook was larger and a small less convenient to carry around. The drawback with Rocketbook is the size does prohibit the amount of information you can place on a single page. More pages mean more scanning and organizing. Elfinbook held more notes obviously and it is nicer to have more zone for sketches, thoughts etc. I call this one a draw, as it is a private preference. I personally prefer the smaller Turning: Odd category I know, but that is why I included it here as I never thought it was a huge deal...until now. Hands down, Rockebook wins here with being able to turn the pages just like a spiral bound notebook. Elfinbook, with its thicker pages needed me to begin the book and fidget with the pages and spine to complete a page turn...without being concerned of ripping near the spine. Rocketbook you can treat like the old school notebooks: flip pages behind current page and hold going. Elfinbook needed a lot of effort for me to even wish to test and do Integration: Rocketbook gives you multiple options to instantly send your notes just by simply making the symbol on the page. You've previously told the application where each symbol will send the note. Rocketbook seamlessly reads that and bingo, your document shows up where you told it. Elfinbook is more of a manga process. You have to pick where you wish it each time. That becomes a hassle if you use the book for multiple entries (work, personal, diary etc) and have to continually switch where you wish it to go. With Rocketbook, I could use 10 pages, each with a various put to go to the cloud just by marking the symbol, take the scan and you are amazing to go...no delays, no switching after each scan. Rocketbook takes this : Hands down, Rocketbook's application is more polished. Elfinbook has a ways to go and could be superior with a few updates. Their OCR is horrible (Rocketbook doesn't offer that). Elfinbook has a burst type mode and does seem to capture pages faster with its dark border recognition feature. I give this to Rocketbook again, it is just a more polished l in all, I would take elements of each book to make a better one. I continue to use both, but wish my Rocketbook to have lines on the paper, and have the thicker paper from Elfinbook.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Infinity Black Cover, Executive Size (6" x 8.8") review [Book]  2019-11-29 18:3

    If I could give it 4.5 stars I would be happy. Love the idea and the actual functioning of it. It'll be easier to just have my things on my phone, tablet, and computer. I send them to my Google Drive and it works like a charm. This book is literal magic. It's simple to write on: doesn't necessarily FEEL like paper (but then again it isn't, so why feel that way?) but the Frixion pens write really well on it regardless. Be careful and let a few additional seconds for the ink to dry so that it won't smudge. I set it up so that immediately after I scan it, it will present up into my e reason for 4/4.5 stars instead of 5 is that a lot of colors of Frixion brand pens do not present up well or at all. If you typically write your notes in black, blue, or red ink this is not a problem. I fell in love with the Frixion pens a few years ago and since then have exclusively bought Frixion brand. They are trusty; they write smoothly and erase well every time as long as the eraser is clean. I have the gel pens, the click pens, the markers, the pastel highlighters, and one regular yellow highlighter in this brand (i have a issue lmao) but I am a student and I use my pens all day long. They don't bleed through regular paper or anything. When a mate showed me this book I had to have it (what can I say, I am an office supply slut) and bought it immediately.I'm going to attach my try pictures so that you can know which things work best with the Everlast Rocketbook.I've included a color key at the bottom and highlighted which colors present up mostly real to color so that you can buy ones that are more likely to look nice once scanned. The pens stay place really well, the black marker fades easily, but overall the colors will present ns: All of the pens showed up once scanned. Some looked more like black than their actual color (1, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25)Markers: All of the markers showed up once scanned. Some looked discolored (35, 36, 37)Pastel Highlighters: So disappointed! They are attractive colors but the only one that showed up was the yellow (41).I uploaded the scan and also took a picture of the page itself to present the difference in colors. Hope this was helpful!!Overall, I love love love this product and will hold using it and recommending it to others (along with the Frixion pens!!)

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Infinity Black Cover, Executive Size (6" x 8.8") review [Book]  2019-11-29 18:3

    This product amazed me and exceeded my expectations. It works exceptionally and as described. The Rocketbook application is so easy and simple to use. The scanning is perfect, it captures the colors, exposes the page with the right lighting, and crops and adjusts the page properly. Each scan takes less than a second, and you can combine multiple pages into one scan and upload them as one is is brilliant and I am so glad I purchased this product because it is excellent for school. I have seven classes and so I assigned each symbol in the notebook to my respective Google Drive folders. Some people say that the symbols aren't relatable and its difficult to relate the symbols in the notebook to a class or something. What i did is just assigned my first period class with the first symbol, second period with the second symbol, and so on. The Frixion highlighters and pens erase easily with the included erasers on the pens and effortlessly with a damp microfiber cloth (I provided the link to a very compact microfiber cloth that I use, I'd highly recommend it). Anyways, the product is great, and definitely worth the $ tip: use clear tape on the inside cover page where the symbols are. This method if you change a class or something you can just remove the tape, place fresh tape on and write a fresh label for the symbolI recommend several other products to use with this notebook. These are the best deals I could find. I have purchased these and have tried them with the Rocketbook ixion highlighters : clicker pens 0.7 mm : four color pen 0.5 mm (great for taking notes) : eraser : microfiber cloth:

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Infinity Black Cover, Executive Size (6" x 8.8") review [Book]  2019-11-29 18:3

    I have tested this note with some of various Frixion ese are:• Frixion 0.7mm Black ink (One came with this note)• Frixion 0.5mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.4mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Black ink• Frixion 0.38mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Orange inkI also compared the scan quality of Rocketbook application and iPhone 5S default camera.Hope this helps.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Infinity Black Cover, Executive Size (6" x 8.8") review [Book]  2019-11-29 18:3

    It's a amazing idea, but has a few shortcomings. For what it's worth, I ordered a four package bundle from the Indiegogo campaign. We got two executive size notebooks (for my wife and myself), and two letter size (for our kids). Long before we received our notebooks, I installed the application and tried it out with the downloadable pages you can obtain from their website; I also ordered a package of Frixion pens to test ke no mistake: the magic here is really in the pens (without which this product simply wouldn't work) and the app. I won't review the pens here, but since the application is integral to the use of the notebook's reusability, I will mention a few things about it, but first the 's an extremely nice notebook; the covers are very durable, the back is quite firm which allows you to write most anywhere without needing a firm surface to place the notebook on. I like the look of the pages; it's a grid of dots that helps you hold your writing and pictures from being crooked. In the bottom corner (left or right depends on whether you are on the "top" or "back" of the page) is a QR code, and along the bottom are a number of icons. These are used together by the e concept is that you can write in your notebook, scan the pages, wipe the pages clean, and reuse it "infinitely." It's a unbelievable concept - I can't imagine how much paper would be saved if all students used something like this instead of paper. My work involves a dozens of technical things that I'm constantly taking notes for. I go through a couple of 150 page notebooks a year. With the Rocketbook, I can scan my notes at the end of the week and wipe the pages ever, all is not as unbelievable as I'd like it to be. I know they did a lot of work trying to obtain the pages as paper-like as possible without sacrificing reusability, but it falls short. The pages seem somewhat glossy, and the Frixion pen (the "clicker" style - I think .5mm) struggles to work as well on the Rocketbook pages as it does on paper. It works, but it's not that great. The .7mm capped style Frixion pens I bought seem to work a bit better, but they still don't come close to writing as well as they do on paper. The pages also do not absorb the ink (I suppose that's part of the point). While Frixion pens are beautiful smudge free after just a few seconds, the ink stays wet for much longer on Rockebook e inside cover of the book has an index of the icons that are shown on each page, with zone for you to write what each icon represents (again, more about the application below), but the cover is very glossy, and the Frixion pens don't write well on it at all. I suppose it's not something they thought you'd be erasing - perhaps they thought you'd use a fine marker, or at least a various style pen... but I like to hold my options open, especially having had it such a short time, and may wish to change around how I do things, so I'd rather hold it about the app; firstly, this application is free. That's amazing - I think it should be after buying a $30 18 page notebook (for the executive style, counting pages like any normal notebook would count pages). So you need to sign up for an account, which I didn't have a issue with; I've been signed up for months and have not received any spam from them or their partners (I use the gmail "+rocketbook" trick, so I'd know if they were selling my email address). The application has two primary functions: scan and send. This is where, for each icon on the bottom of the pages, you can select where you wish your document to go. For example, the first icon is their small Rockebook insignia; in the application I configured that icon to save a PDF to a particular folder in my Google Drive account. A number of various services are supported, including DropBox, or you can configure it to send email to a particular account. On each page in your notebook, you check or "X" the icon representing what it is you're taking notes about, and when you scan in your notes, that's where they nning takes a small getting accustomed to. Definitely prefer a lot of light; the application tutorials you on centering up the page you wish to scan; it lets you know when it's scanning, and if it's good. You then immediately move on to the next page - you do not have to press a button to scan, you just position over the page, when it's amazing it scans, then you move onto the next page, and repeat until you're done. If you've configured to auto-send, it will do just that; otherwise, if you're satisfied with the scans, you tap the green check icon and it uploads to your accounts (or email, or whatever you configured).There's some magic in the scans - even if you were off angle or not centered up perfectly, the application uses the tutorials on the page to automatically correct for distortions and center up just your page. For whatever reason, when I scanned in the first six pages of notes I took this week, only on the latest page did it seem to struggle... it couldn't seem to search the top corners, the "correction" actually created the scan worse than if it had just taken it verbatim without editing. I was fairly straight on. Luckily, you can tap on the scanned photos and delete them and test again. All but the latest page scanned perfectly, and only when I moved to where lighting was slightly various (it was all fairly bright, though), was I able to capture the full page correctly.A few moments later, and I can look up the PDF in my Google drive account. Excellent.... just need to create sure you have really amazing lighting and a amazing angle on the e bottom line is it's a amazing idea; I like the styling and concept of the notebook. The pens are amazing whether you use them with Rocketbook or not; the application is excellent. The issue is in the paper. You could conceivably just print a bunch of their try pages (downloadable from their website); maybe even take the PDF to a printer and have them create a notebook for you. No idea how much that would cost. Alternative, Rocketbook DOES sell a regular paper "single use" notebook with 140 pages. I do not have one. Given the method they count pages, it might only be 70, which makes sense when compared to other "standard" spiral bound notebooks. Still, even at 140, the price they are asking puts the cost at over 10 cents a page. That doesn't seem very cost effective. In any event, either of these options defeats the ideal of saving paper.I will continue to use my Rocketbook. I like the results, I like having my dozens of notes stored in their own folders, in chronological order (the application will contain the date in the filename if you don't change it). I will continue trying both the .5mm and .7mm pens, and I may just use a sticky note inside the front cover to remind me of what my icons are linked to. I don't know if there's a amazing solution. Perhaps a decent smartphone computer (something that needs a quality active pen). Simply typing notes doesn't work for me - too a lot of diagrams and arrows pointing all over the put in my notes; additional notes scribbled in margins, etc. There's also the fact you can use Frixion highlighters, too, which is something the children need.If you feel the need to organize your notes "in the cloud," or really wish to save paper, this might be a amazing choice for you if you're willing to place up with something other than "real" paper. I've been using regular paper for decades, I've gotten accustomed to it; perhaps given time I can obtain accustomed to this.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Infinity Black Cover, Executive Size (6" x 8.8") review [Book]  2019-11-29 18:3

    Before I go any further, please allow me advise you all to ignore some tip included in one of the other reviews for this notebook. It is not recommended to use clear tape over the Table of Contents on the inside of the front cover. This damages the paint on the inside cover and renders the Table of Contents completely unusable. Please see the attached pic to see what sort of hurt this can cause. Don't create the same mistake I intentions for this journal was to provide me a more personal method to journal while also not wasting paper. It was meant to replace a diary, planner, and a school notebook. In most respects, it has achieved that.[Pros]- Way of erasing pages is efficient- Scanning papers into the application is easy- Scans are clean and simple to read[Cons]- Odd sizing for the smaller ver of this notebook makes it difficult to search a cover for it, and the cover it ships with is of very not good quality.- Paint on the cover is very easily removed- The cover is warping out of shape, and I have only had this book for a month.- You're limited in pen size and pen r day to day use, this reusable notebook is a head above the competition, and I'm completely happy with both the quality of the scans and the ease with which the scans are completed. I believe that with a better cover, this notebook would easily become a 5/5 product. I'm considering rebinding it, and will modernize this review if I do choose to do so.

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    I've had my "Rocketbook Everlast" for about two months now. I take dozens of notes for work, and I figured this would be cheaper than going through a traditional notebook every month or two. And those notebooks take up quite a bit of zone after a while. I work in a financial office, so having good-looking tools for my work is necessary to me.---------This product has two main physical components: interior pages, and a cover. Created of various materials. At first glance this might seem beyond silly to point out, but the difference is what brought my review down to only three e interior pages are wonderful, sturdy and durable. I give them a solid five stars for quality, and three for quantity. They're tough, tear-resistant, and easily erased with a damp cloth or paper towel as advertised. I use my Rocketbook five days a week, erase it around once a week, and when wiped clean the pages look amazing as new. Scanning them into my phone is beautiful simple, and very fast once you obtain the hang of it. When it takes multiple tries to scan, it's because of user error or poor lighting, not the app's fault. Setup for how and where to send the photo files is a breeze.I'd love to have more of them so I wouldn't have to erase as often... but since I've never run out in a single day, this isn't THAT much of an problem for me e front cover, however, I have a issue with. It seems to be created of a heavier ver of the inside paper, and is starting to present signs of wear far faster than the rest of the book. The matte black finish is scraped through in a couple spots and showing its white core, and there are a few other scuff marks. Most of these appeared in the first couple weeks, before I started storing it between two other books in my bag to protect it. The back cover is a sturdy, rigid, lightly textured plastic sheet that also still looks amazing as new. Could the front cover someday be created of something similar, with the "table of contents" page being the next page in?If you don't care how your notebook looks, this won't be an problem for you. School notes or private use, I wouldn't care if it got visibly beat up as long as my work inside was kept intact. However for my purposes I wish my work tools to look new and professional, so seeing the cover become superficially worn much faster than the rest of the book is a large is is the only thing stopping me from giving Rocketbook Everlast an enthusiastic five stars. With a name like "Everlast" I expected more.

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    I loved the idea of this notebook, but I had a few major problems with it. Would have tried to hold using it but the cons we're just too much:Pros:- scanning/app we're great, a amazing method to stay organized- light dot pattern is really nice for bullet journaling- not a large massive notebook to carry around- fits into most of my bags easily- can fix mistakes with a wet tissueCons:- it's really the pens that create this work, not the book- writing takes forever to dry, the highlighters we're even worse on this, not drying even overnight (worked fine on regular paper)- smudge smudge smudge!!- after wiping away, there is still a ghost of all of my writing- washing the whole notebook is a pain and you have to begin it to dry each page individually- if you wipe too hard, you destroy the surface of the pages and it doesn't work afterwards

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    The ink reacts poorly with heat. If you leave this notebook anywhere outdoors, in a hot car, storage unit, suitcase, etc, the ink will disappear. I left this notebook in my car, and all of my notes were unreadable the next day. Please be careful buying this if you live in a warm climate.

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    Pen doesn't work n is anywhere from iffy to unreadable. I need to write very slow and massive to create the pen leaves thick, solid lines for the photo or pdf to be nnot obtain the bundle option to work. I set it to on but still obtain multiple pdfs. Have tried with multiple destinations(google, email, onedrive) and multiple icons.I accidently picked up the wrong pen for one try page and have a page that I can't erase. That page does look and scan better than the pages with the correct pen.

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    Rocketbook vs. Elfinbook: I use both and here is my opinion.Each of these books has their pros and cons. Hopefully I can outline both for you from my perspective so you can see what you per: Rocketbook uses a paper that feels more plastic and thin. Elfinbook paper feels more substantial and the ink takes to it much faster. Rocketbook uses a square dot grid pattern, while Elfinbook has lines, much like a normal notebook. So when you scan from Rocketbook, it comes across looking like you just wrote on copy paper (no lines) while Elfinbook comes across with lines for more of that notebook look. For my preference, and others that I've allow test, Elfinbook was the clear champion ze: Somewhat arbitrary as I'm guessing both have various sizes. Rocketbook is more of a private notebook size...think DayTimer size. Elfinbook was larger and a small less convenient to carry around. The drawback with Rocketbook is the size does prohibit the amount of information you can place on a single page. More pages mean more scanning and organizing. Elfinbook held more notes obviously and it is nicer to have more zone for sketches, thoughts etc. I call this one a draw, as it is a private preference. I personally prefer the smaller Turning: Odd category I know, but that is why I included it here as I never thought it was a huge deal...until now. Hands down, Rockebook wins here with being able to turn the pages just like a spiral bound notebook. Elfinbook, with its thicker pages needed me to begin the book and fidget with the pages and spine to complete a page turn...without being concerned of ripping near the spine. Rocketbook you can treat like the old school notebooks: flip pages behind current page and hold going. Elfinbook needed a lot of effort for me to even wish to test and do Integration: Rocketbook gives you multiple options to instantly send your notes just by simply making the symbol on the page. You've previously told the application where each symbol will send the note. Rocketbook seamlessly reads that and bingo, your document shows up where you told it. Elfinbook is more of a manga process. You have to pick where you wish it each time. That becomes a hassle if you use the book for multiple entries (work, personal, diary etc) and have to continually switch where you wish it to go. With Rocketbook, I could use 10 pages, each with a various put to go to the cloud just by marking the symbol, take the scan and you are amazing to go...no delays, no switching after each scan. Rocketbook takes this : Hands down, Rocketbook's application is more polished. Elfinbook has a ways to go and could be superior with a few updates. Their OCR is horrible (Rocketbook doesn't offer that). Elfinbook has a burst type mode and does seem to capture pages faster with its dark border recognition feature. I give this to Rocketbook again, it is just a more polished l in all, I would take elements of each book to make a better one. I continue to use both, but wish my Rocketbook to have lines on the paper, and have the thicker paper from Elfinbook.

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    If I could give it 4.5 stars I would be happy. Love the idea and the actual functioning of it. It'll be easier to just have my things on my phone, tablet, and computer. I send them to my Google Drive and it works like a charm. This book is literal magic. It's simple to write on: doesn't necessarily FEEL like paper (but then again it isn't, so why feel that way?) but the Frixion pens write really well on it regardless. Be careful and let a few additional seconds for the ink to dry so that it won't smudge. I set it up so that immediately after I scan it, it will present up into my e reason for 4/4.5 stars instead of 5 is that a lot of colors of Frixion brand pens do not present up well or at all. If you typically write your notes in black, blue, or red ink this is not a problem. I fell in love with the Frixion pens a few years ago and since then have exclusively bought Frixion brand. They are trusty; they write smoothly and erase well every time as long as the eraser is clean. I have the gel pens, the click pens, the markers, the pastel highlighters, and one regular yellow highlighter in this brand (i have a issue lmao) but I am a student and I use my pens all day long. They don't bleed through regular paper or anything. When a mate showed me this book I had to have it (what can I say, I am an office supply slut) and bought it immediately.I'm going to attach my try pictures so that you can know which things work best with the Everlast Rocketbook.I've included a color key at the bottom and highlighted which colors present up mostly real to color so that you can buy ones that are more likely to look nice once scanned. The pens stay place really well, the black marker fades easily, but overall the colors will present ns: All of the pens showed up once scanned. Some looked more like black than their actual color (1, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25)Markers: All of the markers showed up once scanned. Some looked discolored (35, 36, 37)Pastel Highlighters: So disappointed! They are attractive colors but the only one that showed up was the yellow (41).I uploaded the scan and also took a picture of the page itself to present the difference in colors. Hope this was helpful!!Overall, I love love love this product and will hold using it and recommending it to others (along with the Frixion pens!!)

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    This product amazed me and exceeded my expectations. It works exceptionally and as described. The Rocketbook application is so easy and simple to use. The scanning is perfect, it captures the colors, exposes the page with the right lighting, and crops and adjusts the page properly. Each scan takes less than a second, and you can combine multiple pages into one scan and upload them as one is is brilliant and I am so glad I purchased this product because it is excellent for school. I have seven classes and so I assigned each symbol in the notebook to my respective Google Drive folders. Some people say that the symbols aren't relatable and its difficult to relate the symbols in the notebook to a class or something. What i did is just assigned my first period class with the first symbol, second period with the second symbol, and so on. The Frixion highlighters and pens erase easily with the included erasers on the pens and effortlessly with a damp microfiber cloth (I provided the link to a very compact microfiber cloth that I use, I'd highly recommend it). Anyways, the product is great, and definitely worth the $ tip: use clear tape on the inside cover page where the symbols are. This method if you change a class or something you can just remove the tape, place fresh tape on and write a fresh label for the symbolI recommend several other products to use with this notebook. These are the best deals I could find. I have purchased these and have tried them with the Rocketbook ixion highlighters : clicker pens 0.7 mm : four color pen 0.5 mm (great for taking notes) : eraser : microfiber cloth:

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    I have tested this note with some of various Frixion ese are:• Frixion 0.7mm Black ink (One came with this note)• Frixion 0.5mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.4mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Black ink• Frixion 0.38mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Orange inkI also compared the scan quality of Rocketbook application and iPhone 5S default camera.Hope this helps.

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    It's a amazing idea, but has a few shortcomings. For what it's worth, I ordered a four package bundle from the Indiegogo campaign. We got two executive size notebooks (for my wife and myself), and two letter size (for our kids). Long before we received our notebooks, I installed the application and tried it out with the downloadable pages you can obtain from their website; I also ordered a package of Frixion pens to test ke no mistake: the magic here is really in the pens (without which this product simply wouldn't work) and the app. I won't review the pens here, but since the application is integral to the use of the notebook's reusability, I will mention a few things about it, but first the 's an extremely nice notebook; the covers are very durable, the back is quite firm which allows you to write most anywhere without needing a firm surface to place the notebook on. I like the look of the pages; it's a grid of dots that helps you hold your writing and pictures from being crooked. In the bottom corner (left or right depends on whether you are on the "top" or "back" of the page) is a QR code, and along the bottom are a number of icons. These are used together by the e concept is that you can write in your notebook, scan the pages, wipe the pages clean, and reuse it "infinitely." It's a unbelievable concept - I can't imagine how much paper would be saved if all students used something like this instead of paper. My work involves a dozens of technical things that I'm constantly taking notes for. I go through a couple of 150 page notebooks a year. With the Rocketbook, I can scan my notes at the end of the week and wipe the pages ever, all is not as unbelievable as I'd like it to be. I know they did a lot of work trying to obtain the pages as paper-like as possible without sacrificing reusability, but it falls short. The pages seem somewhat glossy, and the Frixion pen (the "clicker" style - I think .5mm) struggles to work as well on the Rocketbook pages as it does on paper. It works, but it's not that great. The .7mm capped style Frixion pens I bought seem to work a bit better, but they still don't come close to writing as well as they do on paper. The pages also do not absorb the ink (I suppose that's part of the point). While Frixion pens are beautiful smudge free after just a few seconds, the ink stays wet for much longer on Rockebook e inside cover of the book has an index of the icons that are shown on each page, with zone for you to write what each icon represents (again, more about the application below), but the cover is very glossy, and the Frixion pens don't write well on it at all. I suppose it's not something they thought you'd be erasing - perhaps they thought you'd use a fine marker, or at least a various style pen... but I like to hold my options open, especially having had it such a short time, and may wish to change around how I do things, so I'd rather hold it about the app; firstly, this application is free. That's amazing - I think it should be after buying a $30 18 page notebook (for the executive style, counting pages like any normal notebook would count pages). So you need to sign up for an account, which I didn't have a issue with; I've been signed up for months and have not received any spam from them or their partners (I use the gmail "+rocketbook" trick, so I'd know if they were selling my email address). The application has two primary functions: scan and send. This is where, for each icon on the bottom of the pages, you can select where you wish your document to go. For example, the first icon is their small Rockebook insignia; in the application I configured that icon to save a PDF to a particular folder in my Google Drive account. A number of various services are supported, including DropBox, or you can configure it to send email to a particular account. On each page in your notebook, you check or "X" the icon representing what it is you're taking notes about, and when you scan in your notes, that's where they nning takes a small getting accustomed to. Definitely prefer a lot of light; the application tutorials you on centering up the page you wish to scan; it lets you know when it's scanning, and if it's good. You then immediately move on to the next page - you do not have to press a button to scan, you just position over the page, when it's amazing it scans, then you move onto the next page, and repeat until you're done. If you've configured to auto-send, it will do just that; otherwise, if you're satisfied with the scans, you tap the green check icon and it uploads to your accounts (or email, or whatever you configured).There's some magic in the scans - even if you were off angle or not centered up perfectly, the application uses the tutorials on the page to automatically correct for distortions and center up just your page. For whatever reason, when I scanned in the first six pages of notes I took this week, only on the latest page did it seem to struggle... it couldn't seem to search the top corners, the "correction" actually created the scan worse than if it had just taken it verbatim without editing. I was fairly straight on. Luckily, you can tap on the scanned photos and delete them and test again. All but the latest page scanned perfectly, and only when I moved to where lighting was slightly various (it was all fairly bright, though), was I able to capture the full page correctly.A few moments later, and I can look up the PDF in my Google drive account. Excellent.... just need to create sure you have really amazing lighting and a amazing angle on the e bottom line is it's a amazing idea; I like the styling and concept of the notebook. The pens are amazing whether you use them with Rocketbook or not; the application is excellent. The issue is in the paper. You could conceivably just print a bunch of their try pages (downloadable from their website); maybe even take the PDF to a printer and have them create a notebook for you. No idea how much that would cost. Alternative, Rocketbook DOES sell a regular paper "single use" notebook with 140 pages. I do not have one. Given the method they count pages, it might only be 70, which makes sense when compared to other "standard" spiral bound notebooks. Still, even at 140, the price they are asking puts the cost at over 10 cents a page. That doesn't seem very cost effective. In any event, either of these options defeats the ideal of saving paper.I will continue to use my Rocketbook. I like the results, I like having my dozens of notes stored in their own folders, in chronological order (the application will contain the date in the filename if you don't change it). I will continue trying both the .5mm and .7mm pens, and I may just use a sticky note inside the front cover to remind me of what my icons are linked to. I don't know if there's a amazing solution. Perhaps a decent smartphone computer (something that needs a quality active pen). Simply typing notes doesn't work for me - too a lot of diagrams and arrows pointing all over the put in my notes; additional notes scribbled in margins, etc. There's also the fact you can use Frixion highlighters, too, which is something the children need.If you feel the need to organize your notes "in the cloud," or really wish to save paper, this might be a amazing choice for you if you're willing to place up with something other than "real" paper. I've been using regular paper for decades, I've gotten accustomed to it; perhaps given time I can obtain accustomed to this.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Midnight Blue Cover, Executive Size (6" x 8.8") review [Book]  2019-12-3 18:3

    Before I go any further, please allow me advise you all to ignore some tip included in one of the other reviews for this notebook. It is not recommended to use clear tape over the Table of Contents on the inside of the front cover. This damages the paint on the inside cover and renders the Table of Contents completely unusable. Please see the attached pic to see what sort of hurt this can cause. Don't create the same mistake I intentions for this journal was to provide me a more personal method to journal while also not wasting paper. It was meant to replace a diary, planner, and a school notebook. In most respects, it has achieved that.[Pros]- Way of erasing pages is efficient- Scanning papers into the application is easy- Scans are clean and simple to read[Cons]- Odd sizing for the smaller ver of this notebook makes it difficult to search a cover for it, and the cover it ships with is of very not good quality.- Paint on the cover is very easily removed- The cover is warping out of shape, and I have only had this book for a month.- You're limited in pen size and pen r day to day use, this reusable notebook is a head above the competition, and I'm completely happy with both the quality of the scans and the ease with which the scans are completed. I believe that with a better cover, this notebook would easily become a 5/5 product. I'm considering rebinding it, and will modernize this review if I do choose to do so.

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    I've had my "Rocketbook Everlast" for about two months now. I take dozens of notes for work, and I figured this would be cheaper than going through a traditional notebook every month or two. And those notebooks take up quite a bit of zone after a while. I work in a financial office, so having good-looking tools for my work is necessary to me.---------This product has two main physical components: interior pages, and a cover. Created of various materials. At first glance this might seem beyond silly to point out, but the difference is what brought my review down to only three e interior pages are wonderful, sturdy and durable. I give them a solid five stars for quality, and three for quantity. They're tough, tear-resistant, and easily erased with a damp cloth or paper towel as advertised. I use my Rocketbook five days a week, erase it around once a week, and when wiped clean the pages look amazing as new. Scanning them into my phone is beautiful simple, and very fast once you obtain the hang of it. When it takes multiple tries to scan, it's because of user error or poor lighting, not the app's fault. Setup for how and where to send the photo files is a breeze.I'd love to have more of them so I wouldn't have to erase as often... but since I've never run out in a single day, this isn't THAT much of an problem for me e front cover, however, I have a issue with. It seems to be created of a heavier ver of the inside paper, and is starting to present signs of wear far faster than the rest of the book. The matte black finish is scraped through in a couple spots and showing its white core, and there are a few other scuff marks. Most of these appeared in the first couple weeks, before I started storing it between two other books in my bag to protect it. The back cover is a sturdy, rigid, lightly textured plastic sheet that also still looks amazing as new. Could the front cover someday be created of something similar, with the "table of contents" page being the next page in?If you don't care how your notebook looks, this won't be an problem for you. School notes or private use, I wouldn't care if it got visibly beat up as long as my work inside was kept intact. However for my purposes I wish my work tools to look new and professional, so seeing the cover become superficially worn much faster than the rest of the book is a large is is the only thing stopping me from giving Rocketbook Everlast an enthusiastic five stars. With a name like "Everlast" I expected more.

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    I loved the idea of this notebook, but I had a few major problems with it. Would have tried to hold using it but the cons we're just too much:Pros:- scanning/app we're great, a amazing method to stay organized- light dot pattern is really nice for bullet journaling- not a large massive notebook to carry around- fits into most of my bags easily- can fix mistakes with a wet tissueCons:- it's really the pens that create this work, not the book- writing takes forever to dry, the highlighters we're even worse on this, not drying even overnight (worked fine on regular paper)- smudge smudge smudge!!- after wiping away, there is still a ghost of all of my writing- washing the whole notebook is a pain and you have to begin it to dry each page individually- if you wipe too hard, you destroy the surface of the pages and it doesn't work afterwards

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    The ink reacts poorly with heat. If you leave this notebook anywhere outdoors, in a hot car, storage unit, suitcase, etc, the ink will disappear. I left this notebook in my car, and all of my notes were unreadable the next day. Please be careful buying this if you live in a warm climate.

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    Pen doesn't work n is anywhere from iffy to unreadable. I need to write very slow and massive to create the pen leaves thick, solid lines for the photo or pdf to be nnot obtain the bundle option to work. I set it to on but still obtain multiple pdfs. Have tried with multiple destinations(google, email, onedrive) and multiple icons.I accidently picked up the wrong pen for one try page and have a page that I can't erase. That page does look and scan better than the pages with the correct pen.

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    Rocketbook vs. Elfinbook: I use both and here is my opinion.Each of these books has their pros and cons. Hopefully I can outline both for you from my perspective so you can see what you per: Rocketbook uses a paper that feels more plastic and thin. Elfinbook paper feels more substantial and the ink takes to it much faster. Rocketbook uses a square dot grid pattern, while Elfinbook has lines, much like a normal notebook. So when you scan from Rocketbook, it comes across looking like you just wrote on copy paper (no lines) while Elfinbook comes across with lines for more of that notebook look. For my preference, and others that I've allow test, Elfinbook was the clear champion ze: Somewhat arbitrary as I'm guessing both have various sizes. Rocketbook is more of a private notebook size...think DayTimer size. Elfinbook was larger and a small less convenient to carry around. The drawback with Rocketbook is the size does prohibit the amount of information you can place on a single page. More pages mean more scanning and organizing. Elfinbook held more notes obviously and it is nicer to have more zone for sketches, thoughts etc. I call this one a draw, as it is a private preference. I personally prefer the smaller Turning: Odd category I know, but that is why I included it here as I never thought it was a huge deal...until now. Hands down, Rockebook wins here with being able to turn the pages just like a spiral bound notebook. Elfinbook, with its thicker pages needed me to begin the book and fidget with the pages and spine to complete a page turn...without being concerned of ripping near the spine. Rocketbook you can treat like the old school notebooks: flip pages behind current page and hold going. Elfinbook needed a lot of effort for me to even wish to test and do Integration: Rocketbook gives you multiple options to instantly send your notes just by simply making the symbol on the page. You've previously told the application where each symbol will send the note. Rocketbook seamlessly reads that and bingo, your document shows up where you told it. Elfinbook is more of a manga process. You have to pick where you wish it each time. That becomes a hassle if you use the book for multiple entries (work, personal, diary etc) and have to continually switch where you wish it to go. With Rocketbook, I could use 10 pages, each with a various put to go to the cloud just by marking the symbol, take the scan and you are amazing to go...no delays, no switching after each scan. Rocketbook takes this : Hands down, Rocketbook's application is more polished. Elfinbook has a ways to go and could be superior with a few updates. Their OCR is horrible (Rocketbook doesn't offer that). Elfinbook has a burst type mode and does seem to capture pages faster with its dark border recognition feature. I give this to Rocketbook again, it is just a more polished l in all, I would take elements of each book to make a better one. I continue to use both, but wish my Rocketbook to have lines on the paper, and have the thicker paper from Elfinbook.

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    If I could give it 4.5 stars I would be happy. Love the idea and the actual functioning of it. It'll be easier to just have my things on my phone, tablet, and computer. I send them to my Google Drive and it works like a charm. This book is literal magic. It's simple to write on: doesn't necessarily FEEL like paper (but then again it isn't, so why feel that way?) but the Frixion pens write really well on it regardless. Be careful and let a few additional seconds for the ink to dry so that it won't smudge. I set it up so that immediately after I scan it, it will present up into my e reason for 4/4.5 stars instead of 5 is that a lot of colors of Frixion brand pens do not present up well or at all. If you typically write your notes in black, blue, or red ink this is not a problem. I fell in love with the Frixion pens a few years ago and since then have exclusively bought Frixion brand. They are trusty; they write smoothly and erase well every time as long as the eraser is clean. I have the gel pens, the click pens, the markers, the pastel highlighters, and one regular yellow highlighter in this brand (i have a issue lmao) but I am a student and I use my pens all day long. They don't bleed through regular paper or anything. When a mate showed me this book I had to have it (what can I say, I am an office supply slut) and bought it immediately.I'm going to attach my try pictures so that you can know which things work best with the Everlast Rocketbook.I've included a color key at the bottom and highlighted which colors present up mostly real to color so that you can buy ones that are more likely to look nice once scanned. The pens stay place really well, the black marker fades easily, but overall the colors will present ns: All of the pens showed up once scanned. Some looked more like black than their actual color (1, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25)Markers: All of the markers showed up once scanned. Some looked discolored (35, 36, 37)Pastel Highlighters: So disappointed! They are attractive colors but the only one that showed up was the yellow (41).I uploaded the scan and also took a picture of the page itself to present the difference in colors. Hope this was helpful!!Overall, I love love love this product and will hold using it and recommending it to others (along with the Frixion pens!!)

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    This product amazed me and exceeded my expectations. It works exceptionally and as described. The Rocketbook application is so easy and simple to use. The scanning is perfect, it captures the colors, exposes the page with the right lighting, and crops and adjusts the page properly. Each scan takes less than a second, and you can combine multiple pages into one scan and upload them as one is is brilliant and I am so glad I purchased this product because it is excellent for school. I have seven classes and so I assigned each symbol in the notebook to my respective Google Drive folders. Some people say that the symbols aren't relatable and its difficult to relate the symbols in the notebook to a class or something. What i did is just assigned my first period class with the first symbol, second period with the second symbol, and so on. The Frixion highlighters and pens erase easily with the included erasers on the pens and effortlessly with a damp microfiber cloth (I provided the link to a very compact microfiber cloth that I use, I'd highly recommend it). Anyways, the product is great, and definitely worth the $ tip: use clear tape on the inside cover page where the symbols are. This method if you change a class or something you can just remove the tape, place fresh tape on and write a fresh label for the symbolI recommend several other products to use with this notebook. These are the best deals I could find. I have purchased these and have tried them with the Rocketbook ixion highlighters : clicker pens 0.7 mm : four color pen 0.5 mm (great for taking notes) : eraser : microfiber cloth:

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    I have tested this note with some of various Frixion ese are:• Frixion 0.7mm Black ink (One came with this note)• Frixion 0.5mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.4mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Black ink• Frixion 0.38mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Orange inkI also compared the scan quality of Rocketbook application and iPhone 5S default camera.Hope this helps.

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    It's a amazing idea, but has a few shortcomings. For what it's worth, I ordered a four package bundle from the Indiegogo campaign. We got two executive size notebooks (for my wife and myself), and two letter size (for our kids). Long before we received our notebooks, I installed the application and tried it out with the downloadable pages you can obtain from their website; I also ordered a package of Frixion pens to test ke no mistake: the magic here is really in the pens (without which this product simply wouldn't work) and the app. I won't review the pens here, but since the application is integral to the use of the notebook's reusability, I will mention a few things about it, but first the 's an extremely nice notebook; the covers are very durable, the back is quite firm which allows you to write most anywhere without needing a firm surface to place the notebook on. I like the look of the pages; it's a grid of dots that helps you hold your writing and pictures from being crooked. In the bottom corner (left or right depends on whether you are on the "top" or "back" of the page) is a QR code, and along the bottom are a number of icons. These are used together by the e concept is that you can write in your notebook, scan the pages, wipe the pages clean, and reuse it "infinitely." It's a unbelievable concept - I can't imagine how much paper would be saved if all students used something like this instead of paper. My work involves a dozens of technical things that I'm constantly taking notes for. I go through a couple of 150 page notebooks a year. With the Rocketbook, I can scan my notes at the end of the week and wipe the pages ever, all is not as unbelievable as I'd like it to be. I know they did a lot of work trying to obtain the pages as paper-like as possible without sacrificing reusability, but it falls short. The pages seem somewhat glossy, and the Frixion pen (the "clicker" style - I think .5mm) struggles to work as well on the Rocketbook pages as it does on paper. It works, but it's not that great. The .7mm capped style Frixion pens I bought seem to work a bit better, but they still don't come close to writing as well as they do on paper. The pages also do not absorb the ink (I suppose that's part of the point). While Frixion pens are beautiful smudge free after just a few seconds, the ink stays wet for much longer on Rockebook e inside cover of the book has an index of the icons that are shown on each page, with zone for you to write what each icon represents (again, more about the application below), but the cover is very glossy, and the Frixion pens don't write well on it at all. I suppose it's not something they thought you'd be erasing - perhaps they thought you'd use a fine marker, or at least a various style pen... but I like to hold my options open, especially having had it such a short time, and may wish to change around how I do things, so I'd rather hold it about the app; firstly, this application is free. That's amazing - I think it should be after buying a $30 18 page notebook (for the executive style, counting pages like any normal notebook would count pages). So you need to sign up for an account, which I didn't have a issue with; I've been signed up for months and have not received any spam from them or their partners (I use the gmail "+rocketbook" trick, so I'd know if they were selling my email address). The application has two primary functions: scan and send. This is where, for each icon on the bottom of the pages, you can select where you wish your document to go. For example, the first icon is their small Rockebook insignia; in the application I configured that icon to save a PDF to a particular folder in my Google Drive account. A number of various services are supported, including DropBox, or you can configure it to send email to a particular account. On each page in your notebook, you check or "X" the icon representing what it is you're taking notes about, and when you scan in your notes, that's where they nning takes a small getting accustomed to. Definitely prefer a lot of light; the application tutorials you on centering up the page you wish to scan; it lets you know when it's scanning, and if it's good. You then immediately move on to the next page - you do not have to press a button to scan, you just position over the page, when it's amazing it scans, then you move onto the next page, and repeat until you're done. If you've configured to auto-send, it will do just that; otherwise, if you're satisfied with the scans, you tap the green check icon and it uploads to your accounts (or email, or whatever you configured).There's some magic in the scans - even if you were off angle or not centered up perfectly, the application uses the tutorials on the page to automatically correct for distortions and center up just your page. For whatever reason, when I scanned in the first six pages of notes I took this week, only on the latest page did it seem to struggle... it couldn't seem to search the top corners, the "correction" actually created the scan worse than if it had just taken it verbatim without editing. I was fairly straight on. Luckily, you can tap on the scanned photos and delete them and test again. All but the latest page scanned perfectly, and only when I moved to where lighting was slightly various (it was all fairly bright, though), was I able to capture the full page correctly.A few moments later, and I can look up the PDF in my Google drive account. Excellent.... just need to create sure you have really amazing lighting and a amazing angle on the e bottom line is it's a amazing idea; I like the styling and concept of the notebook. The pens are amazing whether you use them with Rocketbook or not; the application is excellent. The issue is in the paper. You could conceivably just print a bunch of their try pages (downloadable from their website); maybe even take the PDF to a printer and have them create a notebook for you. No idea how much that would cost. Alternative, Rocketbook DOES sell a regular paper "single use" notebook with 140 pages. I do not have one. Given the method they count pages, it might only be 70, which makes sense when compared to other "standard" spiral bound notebooks. Still, even at 140, the price they are asking puts the cost at over 10 cents a page. That doesn't seem very cost effective. In any event, either of these options defeats the ideal of saving paper.I will continue to use my Rocketbook. I like the results, I like having my dozens of notes stored in their own folders, in chronological order (the application will contain the date in the filename if you don't change it). I will continue trying both the .5mm and .7mm pens, and I may just use a sticky note inside the front cover to remind me of what my icons are linked to. I don't know if there's a amazing solution. Perhaps a decent smartphone computer (something that needs a quality active pen). Simply typing notes doesn't work for me - too a lot of diagrams and arrows pointing all over the put in my notes; additional notes scribbled in margins, etc. There's also the fact you can use Frixion highlighters, too, which is something the children need.If you feel the need to organize your notes "in the cloud," or really wish to save paper, this might be a amazing choice for you if you're willing to place up with something other than "real" paper. I've been using regular paper for decades, I've gotten accustomed to it; perhaps given time I can obtain accustomed to this.

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    Before I go any further, please allow me advise you all to ignore some tip included in one of the other reviews for this notebook. It is not recommended to use clear tape over the Table of Contents on the inside of the front cover. This damages the paint on the inside cover and renders the Table of Contents completely unusable. Please see the attached pic to see what sort of hurt this can cause. Don't create the same mistake I intentions for this journal was to provide me a more personal method to journal while also not wasting paper. It was meant to replace a diary, planner, and a school notebook. In most respects, it has achieved that.[Pros]- Way of erasing pages is efficient- Scanning papers into the application is easy- Scans are clean and simple to read[Cons]- Odd sizing for the smaller ver of this notebook makes it difficult to search a cover for it, and the cover it ships with is of very not good quality.- Paint on the cover is very easily removed- The cover is warping out of shape, and I have only had this book for a month.- You're limited in pen size and pen r day to day use, this reusable notebook is a head above the competition, and I'm completely happy with both the quality of the scans and the ease with which the scans are completed. I believe that with a better cover, this notebook would easily become a 5/5 product. I'm considering rebinding it, and will modernize this review if I do choose to do so.

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    I've had my "Rocketbook Everlast" for about two months now. I take dozens of notes for work, and I figured this would be cheaper than going through a traditional notebook every month or two. And those notebooks take up quite a bit of zone after a while. I work in a financial office, so having good-looking tools for my work is necessary to me.---------This product has two main physical components: interior pages, and a cover. Created of various materials. At first glance this might seem beyond silly to point out, but the difference is what brought my review down to only three e interior pages are wonderful, sturdy and durable. I give them a solid five stars for quality, and three for quantity. They're tough, tear-resistant, and easily erased with a damp cloth or paper towel as advertised. I use my Rocketbook five days a week, erase it around once a week, and when wiped clean the pages look amazing as new. Scanning them into my phone is beautiful simple, and very fast once you obtain the hang of it. When it takes multiple tries to scan, it's because of user error or poor lighting, not the app's fault. Setup for how and where to send the photo files is a breeze.I'd love to have more of them so I wouldn't have to erase as often... but since I've never run out in a single day, this isn't THAT much of an problem for me e front cover, however, I have a issue with. It seems to be created of a heavier ver of the inside paper, and is starting to present signs of wear far faster than the rest of the book. The matte black finish is scraped through in a couple spots and showing its white core, and there are a few other scuff marks. Most of these appeared in the first couple weeks, before I started storing it between two other books in my bag to protect it. The back cover is a sturdy, rigid, lightly textured plastic sheet that also still looks amazing as new. Could the front cover someday be created of something similar, with the "table of contents" page being the next page in?If you don't care how your notebook looks, this won't be an problem for you. School notes or private use, I wouldn't care if it got visibly beat up as long as my work inside was kept intact. However for my purposes I wish my work tools to look new and professional, so seeing the cover become superficially worn much faster than the rest of the book is a large is is the only thing stopping me from giving Rocketbook Everlast an enthusiastic five stars. With a name like "Everlast" I expected more.

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    I loved the idea of this notebook, but I had a few major problems with it. Would have tried to hold using it but the cons we're just too much:Pros:- scanning/app we're great, a amazing method to stay organized- light dot pattern is really nice for bullet journaling- not a large massive notebook to carry around- fits into most of my bags easily- can fix mistakes with a wet tissueCons:- it's really the pens that create this work, not the book- writing takes forever to dry, the highlighters we're even worse on this, not drying even overnight (worked fine on regular paper)- smudge smudge smudge!!- after wiping away, there is still a ghost of all of my writing- washing the whole notebook is a pain and you have to begin it to dry each page individually- if you wipe too hard, you destroy the surface of the pages and it doesn't work afterwards

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    The ink reacts poorly with heat. If you leave this notebook anywhere outdoors, in a hot car, storage unit, suitcase, etc, the ink will disappear. I left this notebook in my car, and all of my notes were unreadable the next day. Please be careful buying this if you live in a warm climate.

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    Pen doesn't work n is anywhere from iffy to unreadable. I need to write very slow and massive to create the pen leaves thick, solid lines for the photo or pdf to be nnot obtain the bundle option to work. I set it to on but still obtain multiple pdfs. Have tried with multiple destinations(google, email, onedrive) and multiple icons.I accidently picked up the wrong pen for one try page and have a page that I can't erase. That page does look and scan better than the pages with the correct pen.

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    Rocketbook vs. Elfinbook: I use both and here is my opinion.Each of these books has their pros and cons. Hopefully I can outline both for you from my perspective so you can see what you per: Rocketbook uses a paper that feels more plastic and thin. Elfinbook paper feels more substantial and the ink takes to it much faster. Rocketbook uses a square dot grid pattern, while Elfinbook has lines, much like a normal notebook. So when you scan from Rocketbook, it comes across looking like you just wrote on copy paper (no lines) while Elfinbook comes across with lines for more of that notebook look. For my preference, and others that I've allow test, Elfinbook was the clear champion ze: Somewhat arbitrary as I'm guessing both have various sizes. Rocketbook is more of a private notebook size...think DayTimer size. Elfinbook was larger and a small less convenient to carry around. The drawback with Rocketbook is the size does prohibit the amount of information you can place on a single page. More pages mean more scanning and organizing. Elfinbook held more notes obviously and it is nicer to have more zone for sketches, thoughts etc. I call this one a draw, as it is a private preference. I personally prefer the smaller Turning: Odd category I know, but that is why I included it here as I never thought it was a huge deal...until now. Hands down, Rockebook wins here with being able to turn the pages just like a spiral bound notebook. Elfinbook, with its thicker pages needed me to begin the book and fidget with the pages and spine to complete a page turn...without being concerned of ripping near the spine. Rocketbook you can treat like the old school notebooks: flip pages behind current page and hold going. Elfinbook needed a lot of effort for me to even wish to test and do Integration: Rocketbook gives you multiple options to instantly send your notes just by simply making the symbol on the page. You've previously told the application where each symbol will send the note. Rocketbook seamlessly reads that and bingo, your document shows up where you told it. Elfinbook is more of a manga process. You have to pick where you wish it each time. That becomes a hassle if you use the book for multiple entries (work, personal, diary etc) and have to continually switch where you wish it to go. With Rocketbook, I could use 10 pages, each with a various put to go to the cloud just by marking the symbol, take the scan and you are amazing to go...no delays, no switching after each scan. Rocketbook takes this : Hands down, Rocketbook's application is more polished. Elfinbook has a ways to go and could be superior with a few updates. Their OCR is horrible (Rocketbook doesn't offer that). Elfinbook has a burst type mode and does seem to capture pages faster with its dark border recognition feature. I give this to Rocketbook again, it is just a more polished l in all, I would take elements of each book to make a better one. I continue to use both, but wish my Rocketbook to have lines on the paper, and have the thicker paper from Elfinbook.

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    If I could give it 4.5 stars I would be happy. Love the idea and the actual functioning of it. It'll be easier to just have my things on my phone, tablet, and computer. I send them to my Google Drive and it works like a charm. This book is literal magic. It's simple to write on: doesn't necessarily FEEL like paper (but then again it isn't, so why feel that way?) but the Frixion pens write really well on it regardless. Be careful and let a few additional seconds for the ink to dry so that it won't smudge. I set it up so that immediately after I scan it, it will present up into my e reason for 4/4.5 stars instead of 5 is that a lot of colors of Frixion brand pens do not present up well or at all. If you typically write your notes in black, blue, or red ink this is not a problem. I fell in love with the Frixion pens a few years ago and since then have exclusively bought Frixion brand. They are trusty; they write smoothly and erase well every time as long as the eraser is clean. I have the gel pens, the click pens, the markers, the pastel highlighters, and one regular yellow highlighter in this brand (i have a issue lmao) but I am a student and I use my pens all day long. They don't bleed through regular paper or anything. When a mate showed me this book I had to have it (what can I say, I am an office supply slut) and bought it immediately.I'm going to attach my try pictures so that you can know which things work best with the Everlast Rocketbook.I've included a color key at the bottom and highlighted which colors present up mostly real to color so that you can buy ones that are more likely to look nice once scanned. The pens stay place really well, the black marker fades easily, but overall the colors will present ns: All of the pens showed up once scanned. Some looked more like black than their actual color (1, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25)Markers: All of the markers showed up once scanned. Some looked discolored (35, 36, 37)Pastel Highlighters: So disappointed! They are attractive colors but the only one that showed up was the yellow (41).I uploaded the scan and also took a picture of the page itself to present the difference in colors. Hope this was helpful!!Overall, I love love love this product and will hold using it and recommending it to others (along with the Frixion pens!!)

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    This product amazed me and exceeded my expectations. It works exceptionally and as described. The Rocketbook application is so easy and simple to use. The scanning is perfect, it captures the colors, exposes the page with the right lighting, and crops and adjusts the page properly. Each scan takes less than a second, and you can combine multiple pages into one scan and upload them as one is is brilliant and I am so glad I purchased this product because it is excellent for school. I have seven classes and so I assigned each symbol in the notebook to my respective Google Drive folders. Some people say that the symbols aren't relatable and its difficult to relate the symbols in the notebook to a class or something. What i did is just assigned my first period class with the first symbol, second period with the second symbol, and so on. The Frixion highlighters and pens erase easily with the included erasers on the pens and effortlessly with a damp microfiber cloth (I provided the link to a very compact microfiber cloth that I use, I'd highly recommend it). Anyways, the product is great, and definitely worth the $ tip: use clear tape on the inside cover page where the symbols are. This method if you change a class or something you can just remove the tape, place fresh tape on and write a fresh label for the symbolI recommend several other products to use with this notebook. These are the best deals I could find. I have purchased these and have tried them with the Rocketbook ixion highlighters : clicker pens 0.7 mm : four color pen 0.5 mm (great for taking notes) : eraser : microfiber cloth:

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    I have tested this note with some of various Frixion ese are:• Frixion 0.7mm Black ink (One came with this note)• Frixion 0.5mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.4mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Black ink• Frixion 0.38mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Orange inkI also compared the scan quality of Rocketbook application and iPhone 5S default camera.Hope this helps.

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    It's a amazing idea, but has a few shortcomings. For what it's worth, I ordered a four package bundle from the Indiegogo campaign. We got two executive size notebooks (for my wife and myself), and two letter size (for our kids). Long before we received our notebooks, I installed the application and tried it out with the downloadable pages you can obtain from their website; I also ordered a package of Frixion pens to test ke no mistake: the magic here is really in the pens (without which this product simply wouldn't work) and the app. I won't review the pens here, but since the application is integral to the use of the notebook's reusability, I will mention a few things about it, but first the 's an extremely nice notebook; the covers are very durable, the back is quite firm which allows you to write most anywhere without needing a firm surface to place the notebook on. I like the look of the pages; it's a grid of dots that helps you hold your writing and pictures from being crooked. In the bottom corner (left or right depends on whether you are on the "top" or "back" of the page) is a QR code, and along the bottom are a number of icons. These are used together by the e concept is that you can write in your notebook, scan the pages, wipe the pages clean, and reuse it "infinitely." It's a unbelievable concept - I can't imagine how much paper would be saved if all students used something like this instead of paper. My work involves a dozens of technical things that I'm constantly taking notes for. I go through a couple of 150 page notebooks a year. With the Rocketbook, I can scan my notes at the end of the week and wipe the pages ever, all is not as unbelievable as I'd like it to be. I know they did a lot of work trying to obtain the pages as paper-like as possible without sacrificing reusability, but it falls short. The pages seem somewhat glossy, and the Frixion pen (the "clicker" style - I think .5mm) struggles to work as well on the Rocketbook pages as it does on paper. It works, but it's not that great. The .7mm capped style Frixion pens I bought seem to work a bit better, but they still don't come close to writing as well as they do on paper. The pages also do not absorb the ink (I suppose that's part of the point). While Frixion pens are beautiful smudge free after just a few seconds, the ink stays wet for much longer on Rockebook e inside cover of the book has an index of the icons that are shown on each page, with zone for you to write what each icon represents (again, more about the application below), but the cover is very glossy, and the Frixion pens don't write well on it at all. I suppose it's not something they thought you'd be erasing - perhaps they thought you'd use a fine marker, or at least a various style pen... but I like to hold my options open, especially having had it such a short time, and may wish to change around how I do things, so I'd rather hold it about the app; firstly, this application is free. That's amazing - I think it should be after buying a $30 18 page notebook (for the executive style, counting pages like any normal notebook would count pages). So you need to sign up for an account, which I didn't have a issue with; I've been signed up for months and have not received any spam from them or their partners (I use the gmail "+rocketbook" trick, so I'd know if they were selling my email address). The application has two primary functions: scan and send. This is where, for each icon on the bottom of the pages, you can select where you wish your document to go. For example, the first icon is their small Rockebook insignia; in the application I configured that icon to save a PDF to a particular folder in my Google Drive account. A number of various services are supported, including DropBox, or you can configure it to send email to a particular account. On each page in your notebook, you check or "X" the icon representing what it is you're taking notes about, and when you scan in your notes, that's where they nning takes a small getting accustomed to. Definitely prefer a lot of light; the application tutorials you on centering up the page you wish to scan; it lets you know when it's scanning, and if it's good. You then immediately move on to the next page - you do not have to press a button to scan, you just position over the page, when it's amazing it scans, then you move onto the next page, and repeat until you're done. If you've configured to auto-send, it will do just that; otherwise, if you're satisfied with the scans, you tap the green check icon and it uploads to your accounts (or email, or whatever you configured).There's some magic in the scans - even if you were off angle or not centered up perfectly, the application uses the tutorials on the page to automatically correct for distortions and center up just your page. For whatever reason, when I scanned in the first six pages of notes I took this week, only on the latest page did it seem to struggle... it couldn't seem to search the top corners, the "correction" actually created the scan worse than if it had just taken it verbatim without editing. I was fairly straight on. Luckily, you can tap on the scanned photos and delete them and test again. All but the latest page scanned perfectly, and only when I moved to where lighting was slightly various (it was all fairly bright, though), was I able to capture the full page correctly.A few moments later, and I can look up the PDF in my Google drive account. Excellent.... just need to create sure you have really amazing lighting and a amazing angle on the e bottom line is it's a amazing idea; I like the styling and concept of the notebook. The pens are amazing whether you use them with Rocketbook or not; the application is excellent. The issue is in the paper. You could conceivably just print a bunch of their try pages (downloadable from their website); maybe even take the PDF to a printer and have them create a notebook for you. No idea how much that would cost. Alternative, Rocketbook DOES sell a regular paper "single use" notebook with 140 pages. I do not have one. Given the method they count pages, it might only be 70, which makes sense when compared to other "standard" spiral bound notebooks. Still, even at 140, the price they are asking puts the cost at over 10 cents a page. That doesn't seem very cost effective. In any event, either of these options defeats the ideal of saving paper.I will continue to use my Rocketbook. I like the results, I like having my dozens of notes stored in their own folders, in chronological order (the application will contain the date in the filename if you don't change it). I will continue trying both the .5mm and .7mm pens, and I may just use a sticky note inside the front cover to remind me of what my icons are linked to. I don't know if there's a amazing solution. Perhaps a decent smartphone computer (something that needs a quality active pen). Simply typing notes doesn't work for me - too a lot of diagrams and arrows pointing all over the put in my notes; additional notes scribbled in margins, etc. There's also the fact you can use Frixion highlighters, too, which is something the children need.If you feel the need to organize your notes "in the cloud," or really wish to save paper, this might be a amazing choice for you if you're willing to place up with something other than "real" paper. I've been using regular paper for decades, I've gotten accustomed to it; perhaps given time I can obtain accustomed to this.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Infinity Black Cover, Letter Size (8.5" x 11") review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    Before I go any further, please allow me advise you all to ignore some tip included in one of the other reviews for this notebook. It is not recommended to use clear tape over the Table of Contents on the inside of the front cover. This damages the paint on the inside cover and renders the Table of Contents completely unusable. Please see the attached pic to see what sort of hurt this can cause. Don't create the same mistake I intentions for this journal was to provide me a more personal method to journal while also not wasting paper. It was meant to replace a diary, planner, and a school notebook. In most respects, it has achieved that.[Pros]- Way of erasing pages is efficient- Scanning papers into the application is easy- Scans are clean and simple to read[Cons]- Odd sizing for the smaller ver of this notebook makes it difficult to search a cover for it, and the cover it ships with is of very not good quality.- Paint on the cover is very easily removed- The cover is warping out of shape, and I have only had this book for a month.- You're limited in pen size and pen r day to day use, this reusable notebook is a head above the competition, and I'm completely happy with both the quality of the scans and the ease with which the scans are completed. I believe that with a better cover, this notebook would easily become a 5/5 product. I'm considering rebinding it, and will modernize this review if I do choose to do so.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Infinity Black Cover, Letter Size (8.5" x 11") review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    I've had my "Rocketbook Everlast" for about two months now. I take dozens of notes for work, and I figured this would be cheaper than going through a traditional notebook every month or two. And those notebooks take up quite a bit of zone after a while. I work in a financial office, so having good-looking tools for my work is necessary to me.---------This product has two main physical components: interior pages, and a cover. Created of various materials. At first glance this might seem beyond silly to point out, but the difference is what brought my review down to only three e interior pages are wonderful, sturdy and durable. I give them a solid five stars for quality, and three for quantity. They're tough, tear-resistant, and easily erased with a damp cloth or paper towel as advertised. I use my Rocketbook five days a week, erase it around once a week, and when wiped clean the pages look amazing as new. Scanning them into my phone is beautiful simple, and very fast once you obtain the hang of it. When it takes multiple tries to scan, it's because of user error or poor lighting, not the app's fault. Setup for how and where to send the photo files is a breeze.I'd love to have more of them so I wouldn't have to erase as often... but since I've never run out in a single day, this isn't THAT much of an problem for me e front cover, however, I have a issue with. It seems to be created of a heavier ver of the inside paper, and is starting to present signs of wear far faster than the rest of the book. The matte black finish is scraped through in a couple spots and showing its white core, and there are a few other scuff marks. Most of these appeared in the first couple weeks, before I started storing it between two other books in my bag to protect it. The back cover is a sturdy, rigid, lightly textured plastic sheet that also still looks amazing as new. Could the front cover someday be created of something similar, with the "table of contents" page being the next page in?If you don't care how your notebook looks, this won't be an problem for you. School notes or private use, I wouldn't care if it got visibly beat up as long as my work inside was kept intact. However for my purposes I wish my work tools to look new and professional, so seeing the cover become superficially worn much faster than the rest of the book is a large is is the only thing stopping me from giving Rocketbook Everlast an enthusiastic five stars. With a name like "Everlast" I expected more.

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    I loved the idea of this notebook, but I had a few major problems with it. Would have tried to hold using it but the cons we're just too much:Pros:- scanning/app we're great, a amazing method to stay organized- light dot pattern is really nice for bullet journaling- not a large massive notebook to carry around- fits into most of my bags easily- can fix mistakes with a wet tissueCons:- it's really the pens that create this work, not the book- writing takes forever to dry, the highlighters we're even worse on this, not drying even overnight (worked fine on regular paper)- smudge smudge smudge!!- after wiping away, there is still a ghost of all of my writing- washing the whole notebook is a pain and you have to begin it to dry each page individually- if you wipe too hard, you destroy the surface of the pages and it doesn't work afterwards

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    The ink reacts poorly with heat. If you leave this notebook anywhere outdoors, in a hot car, storage unit, suitcase, etc, the ink will disappear. I left this notebook in my car, and all of my notes were unreadable the next day. Please be careful buying this if you live in a warm climate.

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    Pen doesn't work n is anywhere from iffy to unreadable. I need to write very slow and massive to create the pen leaves thick, solid lines for the photo or pdf to be nnot obtain the bundle option to work. I set it to on but still obtain multiple pdfs. Have tried with multiple destinations(google, email, onedrive) and multiple icons.I accidently picked up the wrong pen for one try page and have a page that I can't erase. That page does look and scan better than the pages with the correct pen.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Atomic Red Cover, Letter Size (8.5" x 11") review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    Rocketbook vs. Elfinbook: I use both and here is my opinion.Each of these books has their pros and cons. Hopefully I can outline both for you from my perspective so you can see what you per: Rocketbook uses a paper that feels more plastic and thin. Elfinbook paper feels more substantial and the ink takes to it much faster. Rocketbook uses a square dot grid pattern, while Elfinbook has lines, much like a normal notebook. So when you scan from Rocketbook, it comes across looking like you just wrote on copy paper (no lines) while Elfinbook comes across with lines for more of that notebook look. For my preference, and others that I've allow test, Elfinbook was the clear champion ze: Somewhat arbitrary as I'm guessing both have various sizes. Rocketbook is more of a private notebook size...think DayTimer size. Elfinbook was larger and a small less convenient to carry around. The drawback with Rocketbook is the size does prohibit the amount of information you can place on a single page. More pages mean more scanning and organizing. Elfinbook held more notes obviously and it is nicer to have more zone for sketches, thoughts etc. I call this one a draw, as it is a private preference. I personally prefer the smaller Turning: Odd category I know, but that is why I included it here as I never thought it was a huge deal...until now. Hands down, Rockebook wins here with being able to turn the pages just like a spiral bound notebook. Elfinbook, with its thicker pages needed me to begin the book and fidget with the pages and spine to complete a page turn...without being concerned of ripping near the spine. Rocketbook you can treat like the old school notebooks: flip pages behind current page and hold going. Elfinbook needed a lot of effort for me to even wish to test and do Integration: Rocketbook gives you multiple options to instantly send your notes just by simply making the symbol on the page. You've previously told the application where each symbol will send the note. Rocketbook seamlessly reads that and bingo, your document shows up where you told it. Elfinbook is more of a manga process. You have to pick where you wish it each time. That becomes a hassle if you use the book for multiple entries (work, personal, diary etc) and have to continually switch where you wish it to go. With Rocketbook, I could use 10 pages, each with a various put to go to the cloud just by marking the symbol, take the scan and you are amazing to go...no delays, no switching after each scan. Rocketbook takes this : Hands down, Rocketbook's application is more polished. Elfinbook has a ways to go and could be superior with a few updates. Their OCR is horrible (Rocketbook doesn't offer that). Elfinbook has a burst type mode and does seem to capture pages faster with its dark border recognition feature. I give this to Rocketbook again, it is just a more polished l in all, I would take elements of each book to make a better one. I continue to use both, but wish my Rocketbook to have lines on the paper, and have the thicker paper from Elfinbook.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Atomic Red Cover, Letter Size (8.5" x 11") review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    If I could give it 4.5 stars I would be happy. Love the idea and the actual functioning of it. It'll be easier to just have my things on my phone, tablet, and computer. I send them to my Google Drive and it works like a charm. This book is literal magic. It's simple to write on: doesn't necessarily FEEL like paper (but then again it isn't, so why feel that way?) but the Frixion pens write really well on it regardless. Be careful and let a few additional seconds for the ink to dry so that it won't smudge. I set it up so that immediately after I scan it, it will present up into my e reason for 4/4.5 stars instead of 5 is that a lot of colors of Frixion brand pens do not present up well or at all. If you typically write your notes in black, blue, or red ink this is not a problem. I fell in love with the Frixion pens a few years ago and since then have exclusively bought Frixion brand. They are trusty; they write smoothly and erase well every time as long as the eraser is clean. I have the gel pens, the click pens, the markers, the pastel highlighters, and one regular yellow highlighter in this brand (i have a issue lmao) but I am a student and I use my pens all day long. They don't bleed through regular paper or anything. When a mate showed me this book I had to have it (what can I say, I am an office supply slut) and bought it immediately.I'm going to attach my try pictures so that you can know which things work best with the Everlast Rocketbook.I've included a color key at the bottom and highlighted which colors present up mostly real to color so that you can buy ones that are more likely to look nice once scanned. The pens stay place really well, the black marker fades easily, but overall the colors will present ns: All of the pens showed up once scanned. Some looked more like black than their actual color (1, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25)Markers: All of the markers showed up once scanned. Some looked discolored (35, 36, 37)Pastel Highlighters: So disappointed! They are attractive colors but the only one that showed up was the yellow (41).I uploaded the scan and also took a picture of the page itself to present the difference in colors. Hope this was helpful!!Overall, I love love love this product and will hold using it and recommending it to others (along with the Frixion pens!!)

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Atomic Red Cover, Letter Size (8.5" x 11") review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    This product amazed me and exceeded my expectations. It works exceptionally and as described. The Rocketbook application is so easy and simple to use. The scanning is perfect, it captures the colors, exposes the page with the right lighting, and crops and adjusts the page properly. Each scan takes less than a second, and you can combine multiple pages into one scan and upload them as one is is brilliant and I am so glad I purchased this product because it is excellent for school. I have seven classes and so I assigned each symbol in the notebook to my respective Google Drive folders. Some people say that the symbols aren't relatable and its difficult to relate the symbols in the notebook to a class or something. What i did is just assigned my first period class with the first symbol, second period with the second symbol, and so on. The Frixion highlighters and pens erase easily with the included erasers on the pens and effortlessly with a damp microfiber cloth (I provided the link to a very compact microfiber cloth that I use, I'd highly recommend it). Anyways, the product is great, and definitely worth the $ tip: use clear tape on the inside cover page where the symbols are. This method if you change a class or something you can just remove the tape, place fresh tape on and write a fresh label for the symbolI recommend several other products to use with this notebook. These are the best deals I could find. I have purchased these and have tried them with the Rocketbook ixion highlighters : clicker pens 0.7 mm : four color pen 0.5 mm (great for taking notes) : eraser : microfiber cloth:

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    I have tested this note with some of various Frixion ese are:• Frixion 0.7mm Black ink (One came with this note)• Frixion 0.5mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.4mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Black ink• Frixion 0.38mm Blue ink• Frixion 0.38mm Orange inkI also compared the scan quality of Rocketbook application and iPhone 5S default camera.Hope this helps.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Atomic Red Cover, Letter Size (8.5" x 11") review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    It's a amazing idea, but has a few shortcomings. For what it's worth, I ordered a four package bundle from the Indiegogo campaign. We got two executive size notebooks (for my wife and myself), and two letter size (for our kids). Long before we received our notebooks, I installed the application and tried it out with the downloadable pages you can obtain from their website; I also ordered a package of Frixion pens to test ke no mistake: the magic here is really in the pens (without which this product simply wouldn't work) and the app. I won't review the pens here, but since the application is integral to the use of the notebook's reusability, I will mention a few things about it, but first the 's an extremely nice notebook; the covers are very durable, the back is quite firm which allows you to write most anywhere without needing a firm surface to place the notebook on. I like the look of the pages; it's a grid of dots that helps you hold your writing and pictures from being crooked. In the bottom corner (left or right depends on whether you are on the "top" or "back" of the page) is a QR code, and along the bottom are a number of icons. These are used together by the e concept is that you can write in your notebook, scan the pages, wipe the pages clean, and reuse it "infinitely." It's a unbelievable concept - I can't imagine how much paper would be saved if all students used something like this instead of paper. My work involves a dozens of technical things that I'm constantly taking notes for. I go through a couple of 150 page notebooks a year. With the Rocketbook, I can scan my notes at the end of the week and wipe the pages ever, all is not as unbelievable as I'd like it to be. I know they did a lot of work trying to obtain the pages as paper-like as possible without sacrificing reusability, but it falls short. The pages seem somewhat glossy, and the Frixion pen (the "clicker" style - I think .5mm) struggles to work as well on the Rocketbook pages as it does on paper. It works, but it's not that great. The .7mm capped style Frixion pens I bought seem to work a bit better, but they still don't come close to writing as well as they do on paper. The pages also do not absorb the ink (I suppose that's part of the point). While Frixion pens are beautiful smudge free after just a few seconds, the ink stays wet for much longer on Rockebook e inside cover of the book has an index of the icons that are shown on each page, with zone for you to write what each icon represents (again, more about the application below), but the cover is very glossy, and the Frixion pens don't write well on it at all. I suppose it's not something they thought you'd be erasing - perhaps they thought you'd use a fine marker, or at least a various style pen... but I like to hold my options open, especially having had it such a short time, and may wish to change around how I do things, so I'd rather hold it about the app; firstly, this application is free. That's amazing - I think it should be after buying a $30 18 page notebook (for the executive style, counting pages like any normal notebook would count pages). So you need to sign up for an account, which I didn't have a issue with; I've been signed up for months and have not received any spam from them or their partners (I use the gmail "+rocketbook" trick, so I'd know if they were selling my email address). The application has two primary functions: scan and send. This is where, for each icon on the bottom of the pages, you can select where you wish your document to go. For example, the first icon is their small Rockebook insignia; in the application I configured that icon to save a PDF to a particular folder in my Google Drive account. A number of various services are supported, including DropBox, or you can configure it to send email to a particular account. On each page in your notebook, you check or "X" the icon representing what it is you're taking notes about, and when you scan in your notes, that's where they nning takes a small getting accustomed to. Definitely prefer a lot of light; the application tutorials you on centering up the page you wish to scan; it lets you know when it's scanning, and if it's good. You then immediately move on to the next page - you do not have to press a button to scan, you just position over the page, when it's amazing it scans, then you move onto the next page, and repeat until you're done. If you've configured to auto-send, it will do just that; otherwise, if you're satisfied with the scans, you tap the green check icon and it uploads to your accounts (or email, or whatever you configured).There's some magic in the scans - even if you were off angle or not centered up perfectly, the application uses the tutorials on the page to automatically correct for distortions and center up just your page. For whatever reason, when I scanned in the first six pages of notes I took this week, only on the latest page did it seem to struggle... it couldn't seem to search the top corners, the "correction" actually created the scan worse than if it had just taken it verbatim without editing. I was fairly straight on. Luckily, you can tap on the scanned photos and delete them and test again. All but the latest page scanned perfectly, and only when I moved to where lighting was slightly various (it was all fairly bright, though), was I able to capture the full page correctly.A few moments later, and I can look up the PDF in my Google drive account. Excellent.... just need to create sure you have really amazing lighting and a amazing angle on the e bottom line is it's a amazing idea; I like the styling and concept of the notebook. The pens are amazing whether you use them with Rocketbook or not; the application is excellent. The issue is in the paper. You could conceivably just print a bunch of their try pages (downloadable from their website); maybe even take the PDF to a printer and have them create a notebook for you. No idea how much that would cost. Alternative, Rocketbook DOES sell a regular paper "single use" notebook with 140 pages. I do not have one. Given the method they count pages, it might only be 70, which makes sense when compared to other "standard" spiral bound notebooks. Still, even at 140, the price they are asking puts the cost at over 10 cents a page. That doesn't seem very cost effective. In any event, either of these options defeats the ideal of saving paper.I will continue to use my Rocketbook. I like the results, I like having my dozens of notes stored in their own folders, in chronological order (the application will contain the date in the filename if you don't change it). I will continue trying both the .5mm and .7mm pens, and I may just use a sticky note inside the front cover to remind me of what my icons are linked to. I don't know if there's a amazing solution. Perhaps a decent smartphone computer (something that needs a quality active pen). Simply typing notes doesn't work for me - too a lot of diagrams and arrows pointing all over the put in my notes; additional notes scribbled in margins, etc. There's also the fact you can use Frixion highlighters, too, which is something the children need.If you feel the need to organize your notes "in the cloud," or really wish to save paper, this might be a amazing choice for you if you're willing to place up with something other than "real" paper. I've been using regular paper for decades, I've gotten accustomed to it; perhaps given time I can obtain accustomed to this.

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    Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Atomic Red Cover, Letter Size (8.5" x 11") review [Book]  2019-12-6 18:12

    Before I go any further, please allow me advise you all to ignore some tip included in one of the other reviews for this notebook. It is not recommended to use clear tape over the Table of Contents on the inside of the front cover. This damages the paint on the inside cover and renders the Table of Contents completely unusable. Please see the attached pic to see what sort of hurt this can cause. Don't create the same mistake I intentions for this journal was to provide me a more personal method to journal while also not wasting paper. It was meant to replace a diary, planner, and a school notebook. In most respects, it has achieved that.[Pros]- Way of erasing pages is efficient- Scanning papers into the application is easy- Scans are clean and simple to read[Cons]- Odd sizing for the smaller ver of this notebook makes it difficult to search a cover for it, and the cover it ships with is of very not good quality.- Paint on the cover is very easily removed- The cover is warping out of shape, and I have only had this book for a month.- You're limited in pen size and pen r day to day use, this reusable notebook is a head above the competition, and I'm completely happy with both the quality of the scans and the ease with which the scans are completed. I believe that with a better cover, this notebook would easily become a 5/5 product. I'm considering rebinding it, and will modernize this review if I do choose to do so.

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    I've had my "Rocketbook Everlast" for about two months now. I take dozens of notes for work, and I figured this would be cheaper than going through a traditional notebook every month or two. And those notebooks take up quite a bit of zone after a while. I work in a financial office, so having good-looking tools for my work is necessary to me.---------This product has two main physical components: interior pages, and a cover. Created of various materials. At first glance this might seem beyond silly to point out, but the difference is what brought my review down to only three e interior pages are wonderful, sturdy and durable. I give them a solid five stars for quality, and three for quantity. They're tough, tear-resistant, and easily erased with a damp cloth or paper towel as advertised. I use my Rocketbook five days a week, erase it around once a week, and when wiped clean the pages look amazing as new. Scanning them into my phone is beautiful simple, and very fast once you obtain the hang of it. When it takes multiple tries to scan, it's because of user error or poor lighting, not the app's fault. Setup for how and where to send the photo files is a breeze.I'd love to have more of them so I wouldn't have to erase as often... but since I've never run out in a single day, this isn't THAT much of an problem for me e front cover, however, I have a issue with. It seems to be created of a heavier ver of the inside paper, and is starting to present signs of wear far faster than the rest of the book. The matte black finish is scraped through in a couple spots and showing its white core, and there are a few other scuff marks. Most of these appeared in the first couple weeks, before I started storing it between two other books in my bag to protect it. The back cover is a sturdy, rigid, lightly textured plastic sheet that also still looks amazing as new. Could the front cover someday be created of something similar, with the "table of contents" page being the next page in?If you don't care how your notebook looks, this won't be an problem for you. School notes or private use, I wouldn't care if it got visibly beat up as long as my work inside was kept intact. However for my purposes I wish my work tools to look new and professional, so seeing the cover become superficially worn much faster than the rest of the book is a large is is the only thing stopping me from giving Rocketbook Everlast an enthusiastic five stars. With a name like "Everlast" I expected more.

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