- 03-23-2012, 03:50 PM #2
I've got a Kuel. It's the last stylus I reach for. First I will go for my Stylus Socks Pro, which costs a fraction of most popular capacitive stylus, and has none of the drag associated with those awful rubber tips (like on the Kuel. Oh, and the Stylus Socks Pro is pretty!
Full review here.
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I've used the Kuel and the Bamboo and they're both about the same to me. So is the Pogo. I'm really fussy about my pens and pencils for illustration but no stylus has made me exclusive yet.
Maybe the new gen Bluetooth 4.0 ones will?
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- 03-31-2012, 02:08 PM #9 64GB iPhone 6+ 32GB iPhone 5S 64GB iPad 3 LTE 15" MacBook Pro 2.8GHz 21" iMac 2.9GHz i5
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I ordered a blue Bamboo stylus to match my blue smart cover. It should be here on Tuesday. I'll post more once I get it.
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- 04-01-2012, 12:46 AM #14
I tried the targus stylus first and found it was too fat to be effective for writing. I returned it and went with the bamboo. It's got a thinner tip which I found to be the most important thing for me to be effective in writing with it on the iPad. I am trying to go paper free for work. I like it quite a bit even with the high price.
I tried out a bunch of note taking apps as well and settled on Noteshelf. It has Dropbox integration, wrist protection, and a great zoom. I compared it to notes plus, penultimate, and a few others and just felt Noteshelf worked the best with the least lag.
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- 04-03-2012, 09:04 PM #17
We use a couple of different Targus stylus.
One is black and has a ballpoint pen inside it, as well as being a capactive stylus.
The other is red and is just a capacitive stylus.
We find they come in handy for a number of applications.
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- 04-04-2012, 05:40 AM #18
I also got the free ZooGue stylus. It's just another rubber tipped stylus. Seriously, if y'all have never tried anything other than the rubber tipped kind, you owe it to yourselves to do so. There's a world of difference.
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