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Moleskine and Evernote collaborate to bring you the best of both physical and digital worlds
On which side of the great paper war do you fall? Do you take notes on your Smartphone, or still pull out your old notebook? Now you don’t have to take sides! Notebook app Evernote and notebook giants Moleskine have collaborated, and created something called the Evernote Smart Notebook. The idea is to bridge the digital and analog worlds by allowing you to take notes physically and then saving it digitally onto your device! The notebooks will be made with a special kind of formatted paper, which allows it to work with Evernote. It uses Evernote’s Page Camera feature to capture photos of the pages with your Smartphone or tablet. Once the photo is taken, you can save it, search it and share it with the world. Smart Stickers are stickers that you place on the physical pages. Once the photo is taken, the Smart Sticker icons become searchable, digital tags that make it easy to keep track of your notes.
The Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebook comes in two sizes – Pocket (3.5” x 5.5”) and Large (5” x 8.25”); and two styles – Ruled and Squared. The pocket sized notebook retails for $ 25, and the large Notebook retails for $ 30.
[Available at: Moleskineus and Available at: Evernote-Storefront-Mybigcommerce and Techradar]