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Rocketbook Fusion Smart Reusable Notebook for Calendars, To-Do lists, Notes

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  • Rocketbook Fusion Executive Size (6 in x 8.9 in) Notebook
  • Pilot Frixion Pen
  • Microfiber Cloth
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  • The Fusion is a reusable pen and paper notebook with seven different page templates that connect to your favorite cloud services
  • 42 futuristic pages are packed with calendars, to-do lists, and notetaking layouts.
  • The synthetic paper allows you to write smoothly with a Pilot FriXion pen, then wipe clean with a damp cloth to reuse again

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It's pretty bad if you're left-handed because the re-usable pen takes about 10 seconds to dry so it's really easy to smear. I have to hold my hand up awkwardly as I write.

The pen is adequate. It is more consistent than regular pens at getting ink to paper. With regular pens, I have to scribble somewhere before the ink comes out.

I thought there was some interesting technology behind the notebook, but there isn't. You scan your pages by taking a photo with your camera. Adobe Scan does the same thing. I didn't see an option for OCR so I haven't tried that. Your handwriting won't be improved after being scanned--if it's hard to read on physical paper, it'll be hard to read when scanned.

You also have to wipe the notebook every 1-2 weeks or the ink will become permanent on the paper. Oh, and since this notebook requires a special pen to use, you have to make sure to keep that pen with you at all times. I took notes at an all-day conference and thought I lost the pen, which would have meant either I don't take any notes for the rest of the day or switch back to wasting another pen and paper.

I probably wouldn't buy this notebook again because I rarely use it and there's a lot of maintenance to do, but if you use notebooks regularly and want to make a minimal impact on saving paper, then you may like this.
Darn. I thought when you scanned it would transfer your writing to editable text in Word/PDF.
Ty left handed review.

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Man, I paid $26 just a few months ago
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Man, I paid $26 just a few months ago
how do you like it?
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how do you like it?
It's great, no lag in transferring and no more paper to lag around.
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how do you like it?
It's pretty bad if you're left-handed because the re-usable pen takes about 10 seconds to dry so it's really easy to smear. I have to hold my hand up awkwardly as I write.

The pen is adequate. It is more consistent than regular pens at getting ink to paper. With regular pens, I have to scribble somewhere before the ink comes out.

I thought there was some interesting technology behind the notebook, but there isn't. You scan your pages by taking a photo with your camera. Adobe Scan does the same thing. I didn't see an option for OCR so I haven't tried that. Your handwriting won't be improved after being scanned--if it's hard to read on physical paper, it'll be hard to read when scanned.

You also have to wipe the notebook every 1-2 weeks or the ink will become permanent on the paper. Oh, and since this notebook requires a special pen to use, you have to make sure to keep that pen with you at all times. I took notes at an all-day conference and thought I lost the pen, which would have meant either I don't take any notes for the rest of the day or switch back to wasting another pen and paper.

I probably wouldn't buy this notebook again because I rarely use it and there's a lot of maintenance to do, but if you use notebooks regularly and want to make a minimal impact on saving paper, then you may like this.
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It's pretty bad if you're left-handed because the re-usable pen takes about 10 seconds to dry so it's really easy to smear. I have to hold my hand up awkwardly as I write.

The pen is adequate. It is more consistent than regular pens at getting ink to paper. With regular pens, I have to scribble somewhere before the ink comes out.

I thought there was some interesting technology behind the notebook, but there isn't. You scan your pages by taking a photo with your camera. Adobe Scan does the same thing. I didn't see an option for OCR so I haven't tried that. Your handwriting won't be improved after being scanned--if it's hard to read on physical paper, it'll be hard to read when scanned.

You also have to wipe the notebook every 1-2 weeks or the ink will become permanent on the paper. Oh, and since this notebook requires a special pen to use, you have to make sure to keep that pen with you at all times. I took notes at an all-day conference and thought I lost the pen, which would have meant either I don't take any notes for the rest of the day or switch back to wasting another pen and paper.

I probably wouldn't buy this notebook again because I rarely use it and there's a lot of maintenance to do, but if you use notebooks regularly and want to make a minimal impact on saving paper, then you may like this.
Darn. I thought when you scanned it would transfer your writing to editable text in Word/PDF.
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Darn. I thought when you scanned it would transfer your writing to editable text in Word/PDF.
There is an OCR scanner which does convert to text (as best as it can) you can add it to your written notes or create a separate doc.
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Darn. I thought when you scanned it would transfer your writing to editable text in Word/PDF.
They do have OCR. I've never used it for full text transcription so I don't know how extremely accurate it is. But being able to search your notes is extremely useful, and at works most of the time if not all.

https://rocketbookhelp.zendesk.co...nition-OCR
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It's pretty bad if you're left-handed because the re-usable pen takes about 10 seconds to dry so it's really easy to smear. I have to hold my hand up awkwardly as I write.

The pen is adequate. It is more consistent than regular pens at getting ink to paper. With regular pens, I have to scribble somewhere before the ink comes out.

I thought there was some interesting technology behind the notebook, but there isn't. You scan your pages by taking a photo with your camera. Adobe Scan does the same thing. I didn't see an option for OCR so I haven't tried that. Your handwriting won't be improved after being scanned--if it's hard to read on physical paper, it'll be hard to read when scanned.

You also have to wipe the notebook every 1-2 weeks or the ink will become permanent on the paper. Oh, and since this notebook requires a special pen to use, you have to make sure to keep that pen with you at all times. I took notes at an all-day conference and thought I lost the pen, which would have meant either I don't take any notes for the rest of the day or switch back to wasting another pen and paper.

I probably wouldn't buy this notebook again because I rarely use it and there's a lot of maintenance to do, but if you use notebooks regularly and want to make a minimal impact on saving paper, then you may like this.
Ty left handed review.
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It's pretty bad if you're left-handed because the re-usable pen takes about 10 seconds to dry so it's really easy to smear. I have to hold my hand up awkwardly as I write.

The pen is adequate. It is more consistent than regular pens at getting ink to paper. With regular pens, I have to scribble somewhere before the ink comes out.

I thought there was some interesting technology behind the notebook, but there isn't. You scan your pages by taking a photo with your camera. Adobe Scan does the same thing. I didn't see an option for OCR so I haven't tried that. Your handwriting won't be improved after being scanned--if it's hard to read on physical paper, it'll be hard to read when scanned.

You also have to wipe the notebook every 1-2 weeks or the ink will become permanent on the paper. Oh, and since this notebook requires a special pen to use, you have to make sure to keep that pen with you at all times. I took notes at an all-day conference and thought I lost the pen, which would have meant either I don't take any notes for the rest of the day or switch back to wasting another pen and paper.

I probably wouldn't buy this notebook again because I rarely use it and there's a lot of maintenance to do, but if you use notebooks regularly and want to make a minimal impact on saving paper, then you may like this.
I am left-handed and it doesn't cause me any problem. Do you curl your wrist to write?
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With tech today to scan/photo handwritten notes on paper, aside from carrying around multiple notebooks, is this really that great?

Yeah, it "saves trees", but they are going to cut down the trees for paper anyways, and the trees disappearing is due to development of land, not paper. Trees do need to be replenished in the forest or else you get run away forest fires.

Reviews on Amazon make me wary due to QC issues.
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I am left-handed and it doesn't cause me any problem. Do you curl your wrist to write?
Nope, but the side of my hand regularly touches the notebook so the previous line starts smudging when I start writing the next line underneath it.
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So what's the difference between this and a dry erase notebook that doesn't rely on some special pen to work? Then you can use a myriad of doc scanner apps and convert to pdf or whatnot.
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In for two, one for work and one for home...been wanting to try one of these and the price is right so if I hate it, no huge loss
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