Welcome to Extraordinary Tech 2018 Day 5. Join Buchanan, Joelle, Mike and myself on our adventures as we test out some of the best tech available in 2018. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday we’ll be showcasing devices that came with us on a cross-country trip this summer, ranging from an outdoor speaker that will change the way you think of sound to a smartwatch that offers the best fitness features at an affordable price. Along the way, we’ll be hosting giveaways of some of the tech featured in this series, so stay tuned!
Buchanan had been in this position before. A great song, both lyrics and harmonies, filled his mind. He could see himself on stage, jamming out to his new hit while the crowd screamed his name. If only he had a way to write it all down.
Pen and paper wouldn’t work – small notes in the form of a post-it get lost in the shuffle while notebooks are a temporary fix, difficult to store when you have as many great ideas as Buchanan does. People recommend taking notes on the phone or computer, but it’s hard to type the nuance of scribbles and chords precisely captured.
What did work for Buchanan? The Rocketbook Everlast. This is the notebook of the new-age, a combination, collaboration, and compromise of new and old media. It plays the part of a traditional notebook, allowing for personalized and diverse notes, but adds permanence through its scanning and compatibility with cloud sharing platforms.
With the Rocketbook on hand, Buchanan went to work. Scores upon scores flooded onto the page. Lyrics beautifully crafted to match fit in between the chords. Within an hour, the notebook was filled with composition after composition.
Sitting back on the bench in the backyard, staring out at the Napa sunset, he felt satisfied. There’s no feeling better than having an amazing idea and recording it in perpetuity. Looking down at the Rocketbook beside him, closed neatly with the logo emblazoned on the front cover, he couldn’t help but smile.
The bright lights on the big stage flooded his mind once again. The melodies now recorded in the Rocketbook came to life, exciting the crowd and his band mates alike. He was ready to enter this stage of his music career, headlining for an audience of several thousand. With his Rocketbook in hand, he took his first steps towards that dream.
Ideas disappear as quickly as they appear, flitting in and out of the mind. When you do realize that an idea is worth writing down, it vanishes.
The Rocketbook Everlast is a net for these stray ideas, catching them as they escape. It is easily accessible, being fashioned after a notebook, but adds permanence to ephemeral concepts. In a world where nothing is certain and inspiration hits when least expected, Rocketbook is the artist’s insurance that their legacy will pass the test of time.
However, the smart notebook’s target audience isn’t only artists; it’s for everyone. Thanks to its dedicated app, image processing tools, and cloud synchronization options, the Rocketbook can automatically sort and sync notes to whatever cloud storage system you designate.
It’s the perfect notebook companion – infinite uses and infinite storage. That’s the Rocketbook Everlast for you.
The Extraordinary Tech series was produced in partnership with Xperi. We were provided the Rocketbook Everlast by Rocketbook for review. The Rocketbook Everlast is available in different sizes at getrocketbook.com starting at $16.
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