A limited edition 70-page reporter’s notebook. The Byline is thinner than its competitors to make it easier to hold with one hand, has a cover for its wire binding so it won’t get caught on fabric or small items, and has a pocket on its back cover for small pieces of paper.
Acer’s 2-in-1 Windows 10 notebook packs the power of a proper Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 CPU, and a quiet liquid cooling system. The 12″ IPS display offers 2160×1440 resolution, and the system includes a keyboard. An optional active pen adds drawing capabilities. Drops 6/2016.
A collection of beautiful, functional wood notebooks crafted from real walnut. Each double-coil brass-bound book lays flat for easy writing, and comes with plain, ruled or dot-grid bleed-resistant paper. Available in 8″ x 5.75″ and 10″ x 7.75″ sizes.
Moleskine meets The Dark Knight with this awesome series of limited-edition sketch notebooks with five different black and white silhouette cover designs and a set of Bat-stickers.
Moleskine re-releases its limited edition LEGO-themed notebooks. Available in three cover designs, each notebook comes with a LEGO plate on the cover, minifigure sketch guides and a set of LEGO stickers.
A blank notebook that comes with durable templates for writing, web design, storyboarding and more. Its binding also makes it easy to set the book completely flat and tear off a page without compromising the rest.
Limited to just 9,999 copies, this ruled notebook is individually numbered and “Homer Certimafied.” On the inside back cover, you’ll find a map of Springfield, and includes some fun Simpsons stickers to embellish your pages.
Wipebook is as reusable as a whiteboard and as portable as a notebook. Its pages are lightly sprayed with a compound that allows you to use whiteboard markers on them, which can be easily erased or left on like ballpoint ink.
If the phone in your limo is busted, you won’t be able to dial any of the digits you keep in this lined journal, but at least you’ll be able to make a list of new cars to test drive, or limousine phone repairmen. Or anything. Sold in packs of two.
Reflecting on the past 525,600 minutes of your life doesn’t need to be dramatic. Just use this Standard Memorandum Notebook to jot a line or two down each day, and after a year you’ll have something special to muse over in the future.
A subscription service that sends you one 60-page hardbound notebook each month. Then send back your notebook to be scanned and digitized. Access your pages on a mobile app or sync them with Dropbox and Evernote.
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