Orbit is Rocketbook’s new legal sized smart reusable note pad

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NEWS – We’ve reviewed the Rocketbook Everlast Mini and Rocketbook Beacons and now Rocketbook has added another size reusable notebook to their line up with the new Orbit legal-sized note pads. Orbit is designed for medical, legal, and other professionals that prefer a larger classic-sized legal pad to write their notes.

But Rocketbooks aren’t paper notebooks, they are made of synthetic paper that you write on with a Pilot FriXion pen, marker or highlighter and can then wipe the page clean with a damp cloth so that you can use the pad over and over again.

That’s not all, Orbit is a customizable legal pad with “page packs” that can be swapped out, the base Orbit features the standard white lined pages, as well as dot-grid pages. In addition, there will be a number of useful page templates that can be added on.

Rocketbook’s patent-pending magnet technology allows the paper to be flipped or detached from the top. Unlike traditional legal pads that require you to fold the paper over the top, the Orbit pad gives users the ability to easily use both sides of the paper.

If you want to save your notes before you wipe and reuse the pages, Orbit pairs with the free Rocketbook app that connects to a variety of cloud services including Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, Box, iCloud, Slack, email and more for easy organization, uploading and sharing capabilities. Use the app to scan your notes, transcribe your handwriting, and send to your favorite service.

Find out more at getrocketbook.com where you’ll be able to pre-order the Orbit for $29. Each Rocketbook Orbit will include one lined and dot-grid combo page pack, a Pilot FriXion pen and microfiber cloth.

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  2. Just make sure the wipe cloth is only slightly damp and don’t get near the edges of the pages as they are not sealed and will discolor.

    I’ve gone the other way and use wipe able 3×5 cards I got on Amazon that I can tuck in my wallet or set on the car dash for reminders or grocery lists. I use very fine wet erase markers as they are not quite as likely to accidentally erase as dry erase markers.

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