The new Evernote Smart Notebook bridges the divide between digital and analog by giving Evernote users the option to take physical notes in a special Moleskine notebook and then easily importing those notes into the Evernote app.
The notebook is $24.95 and allows a new Page Camera feature in Evernote to take photos of a page and have it immediately available and searchable in Evernote.
The Smart Notebook also comes with stickers that you can use to specify a certain tag or notebook, so that when you take a picture of a page the app will automatically sort it properly. We're not exactly sure how the scanning is better than Evernote's standard character recognition, but the Smart Notebook sounds like a great tool for Evernote die-hards.
The Evernote Smart Notebook is available for preorder for $24.95 and $29.95 in small and large sizes.
This isn't the first time Evernote has done something unique to combine online and offline. Last year it released the Evernote Peek, the first iPad Smart Cover app. The app uses the iPad Smart Cover to create virtual flash cards for studying.