Evernote Partners With Moleskine on Line of Notebooks

Evernote Partners With Moleskine on Line of Notebooks

You would think the folks at Moleskine, one of our favorite notebook brands, would throw shade towards Evernote, our favorite note-taking app, being that it's latter's job is to make the former obsolete. But you'd be wrong. The two companies have found a middle ground; a way for both of their consumers to enjoy the best of the digital and physical worlds. 

Evernote Smart Notebooks by Moleskine is a new line of notebooks that use a special kind of paper that allows users digitize their notes by taking a picture of the pages using the Evernote app. When the page is photographed, it's turned into a file and stored on Evernote's cloud servers where it will be accessible on any Internet-connected device. 

The notebooks are available for pre-order now on the Moleskine website. Small notebooks are $25, large versions are $30. Each Smart Notebook comes with a three-month subscription to Evernote Premium. 

[via Gizmodo]

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