- 04-16-2012, 01:57 PM #26
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- 04-17-2012, 09:49 AM #31
I have about 20 different types of Stylus, from cheapies to ones I paid over $100 for, and several from Kickstarter where most wind up being tossed in a drawer.
I cannot find one that I can use for drawing and writing equally. I certainly want something harder and a finer point.
I am testing a "stylus brush" now too, quite fun.
I use a stylus 99% of the time. It does leave stuff on the screen as you finger does.
I do use Brillianize to clean my screen.
- 04-17-2012, 04:48 PM #32
Update 4/17. Got my Bamboo today to add to my stylus collection.
- Quality Materials
- Too Short
- Uncomfortable to hold unless you remove the clip (easy to do)
- Can't get to Pen portion (tried.. I and bench 200 lbs, but can't get to the pen)
- Nib still way too soft
Get AMCase Stylus for $6 on Amazon (FSSS) and call it a day.
- 04-17-2012, 05:35 PM #33
This stylus you really should avoid at all cost. I was in on it from the beginning from Kickstarter. If you saw the response after people got these..whew..
Basically a bad chopstick with a very very thin layer of some capacitive coating. You have to hold it exactly flat and tip it like 12-degrees to one side and not move that position to draw a part line, but you can't lift up or shake your hand.
Estylo (see images)
- 05-02-2012, 09:17 PM #34
- 05-04-2012, 05:57 PM #35
I prefer the Kensington about $19.95 on Amazon. The Jot may be better, but still worry it is damaging the screen so I gave it away to someone who does not care.
The Bamboo would be almost equal to the Kensington but but the pen is so short it feels like writing with crayon. I have emailed Wacom a few times, but they are not interested in 3rd party input it seems.
- 05-17-2012, 03:45 AM #36iPhone Newbie
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Can anyone here confirm someone who is already using it or has used it in the past. Does the Adonit Jot pro leaves any scratch on the iPad screen ? is it safe to be used on the iPad screen ? I am most worried about it leaving any scratch or permanents marks. ?
Can anyone confirm if it is safe ?
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- 05-17-2012, 09:11 AM #38iPhone Newbie
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- 05-24-2012, 05:57 AM #42
Personally, I don’t find there is any big different between those stylus pens. What bothers me the most, is the palm contacting issue. Even though many apps have developed a palm rejection, it often got override by the multi-touch gesture in IOS 5. Every time I rest my hand on the screen it starts to do something crazy. I just have to left up my hand the entire time.
I ended up buying a physical handpad to solve that. You guys may wanna check it out. It's quite affordable, and come with a pen.
If you are interested, you can google “stylus handpad” and you will find it. It’s worth a look.
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- 08-31-2012, 10:02 AM #49
If you're undecided about getting a stylus, I recommend the 3 for a buck or so at Amazon. I bought these for my cheap Android tablet, and they work even better with the iPad 3. I hardly ever use them, having gotten used to finger computing.
- 09-08-2012, 10:53 PM #50