Rocketbook adds Cloud Cards to their line of reusable note taking products

NEWS – From the same company that makes the popular Rocketbook eco-friendly reusable notebooks comes the new Cloud Cards, index cards that you can use over and over again. Each card has lines on the front side and a dot grid pattern on the back. Use the cards for studying, note-taking, and more, and then after you’ve filled a card, you can use the Rocketbook app to digitally scan your notes into a variety of cloud services. Save them to Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, Google Classroom, Box, iCloud, Slack, email, and others for easy organization, uploading, and sharing capabilities.

Rocketbook Cloud Cards are available today on getrocketbook.com and Amazon and are $15 for the 40-pack and $25 for the 80-pack. One set of Cloud Cards will also include one Pilot FriXion ColorStick and a microfiber cloth.

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  2. Woah, what’s up with those prices? Amazon shows $17.99 for the 40-count, and $64.99 for the 80-count. I was mildly interested at $25 for 80, but have 0% interest at that price.

    1. Chris, hmmmm, that’s weird. I didn’t notice the huge price difference between the Rocketbook site and Amazon when I was writing this news post last night. And now they are sold out on the Rocketbook site 🙁

    2. david M Schmidt

      Amazon now has the 40 pack at $40-45. I’m seeing more and more price gouging at Amazon – you really have to watch them

      1. David, I can’t say I have a favorite smartpen mainly because I don’t like the actual way it feels to write with those pens. All the ones I’ve tried use standard D1 refills that just feel terrible to write with. But if I were to pick a fave smartpen I would go with the Neo just because I have one and I like the app.

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