As rumored, Apple iPad Pro will rock a Force Touch Stylus. But why not get your iPad stylus now rather than waiting for the rumored iPad Pro.
Though iPad is optimized to use fingers and thumbs in the user interface, in terms of note-taking, handwriting, and sketching, a stylus will be a vital importance. However, how to choose proper iPad Stylus? Which one is good?
This post will introduce five reputed iPad stylus to you, so you can choose the most proper one for your iPad.
1. Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition Fine Point Stylus
Elegant and fashionable design
Accurate for handwriting
Palm cancellation technology lets you rest your hand comfortably on the screen when working in compatible apps.
Required AAA battery
Easy to lose the charger
Only works on a limited devices: iPad 4/iPad Air or newer, iPad mini or newer, iPhone 5 or newer.
2.Wacom Bamboo Stylus Solo (3rd. Gen)
Available in multiple colors
Smooth and smudge-free
Carbon-fiber woven tip for enhanced durability
Has a clip for securing stylus to iPad case or notebook
Works great with free Bamboo Paper app
Some users report dirty screen interfere with performance
Does require a bit more pressure than other options out there
3. Intuos Creative Stylus 2
Palm rejection works well.
Rechargeable with standard Micro-USB Cable
Pressure sensitivity turns your iPad into a digital canvas while the thin tip helps you sketch, draw and paint with fine-point accuracy
The rubber cap on the USB connector will likely rip off.
Only works on a limited devices: iPad mini 1 & 2, iPad 3 & 4, iPad Air 1
On Amazon, 38% of customers gave it 1 star, and 13% gave it 2 star.
4. Marware Capacitive Stylus
Price: $ 15
It's not the best, yet it gets the basics
5. Adobe Ink & Slide
Connect with Creative Cloud
Compatible with all iOS 7 and iOS 8 Devices. (Bluetooth 4 Required)
Good for artist: Ink & Slide are designed to be used with the iPad and four free creative iPad apps: Adobe Illustrator Line, Illustrator Draw, Photoshop Sketch and Brush CC.
Hardware scuffs easily
Only sends PNG files to desktop apps
Pricey compared to other styli
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