iPad Drawing With Style-us

iPad Drawing With Style-us

Joel Pirela
Dec 22, 2010

11610_style.jpgIn case you haven't noticed the iPhone and iPad's glassy touch sensitive screen is only sensitive to your fingers. This is because it uses a technology called capacitive touch, which measures the flow of electrons through your skin. Problem is, last time we checked our fingers were pretty rounded and not too precise at picking out tiny URLs in Safari. Luckily, there are companies making stylus accessories that work on these screens

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11610-_pogo3.jpgThe Pogo Sketch refines the original Pogo Stylus design with a slightly slimmer tip and longer shaft with a pocket clip. It works great with the iPhone as well as the new MacBook Multi-Touch Trackpad. You get precise control on the iPhone screen and graphics tablet like fictionality on the MacBook Trackpad. What's more, the tip of the stylus is a soft felt like material that has the added benefit of keeping your screen clean while you tap away.

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11610-_alupen3.jpgAluPen is a chunky pencil shaped stylus that gives you precise control over your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. Sculpted from aluminum, with a soft rubber nib, the AluPen makes drawing and writing a uniquely smooth experience. This is a must for anybody that draws on a tablet.

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11610_ostylus3.jpgSee what you are drawing. The oStylus. Your finger blocks the screen. Even the foam-tip styluses cover too much. But the oStylus is here! Go to the order page for the latest information on ordering one. Designed by a jeweler for drawing and sketching on the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and other touchscreen (capacitive) devices, this new exclusive stylus design allows you to see lines and colors as they are being drawn. The open contact O is also hinged so that it lies flat against the screen no matter how the stylus is held. High quality materials: stainless steel, titanium, solid aluminum. Elegant design, comfortable to use.

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