Stylus

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by Mac7, May 13, 2011.

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    Mac7

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    Looking for something a little thinner at the tip
     
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    I like the Allupen, while the tip is not fine is very accurate and nice to hold. I tried finer tips and at the end of the day it does not make the difference if you are looking to write fine lines on your iPad.
    I think the tip needs to somewhat be a little thick so the touch screen can recognize it.
     
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    I'm currently testing out the Wacom Bamboo stylus for a review I'm doing and I have to say, it's the best one I've used so far. I'd also like to see an extremely fine point, but I'm not sure if we'll ever see one. The Bamboo is pretty darn precise though.
     
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    is it available for purchase?
     
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    For purchase on Amazon for $30
     
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    Amazon says ships in 1 - 2 months. Wacom site says out of stock.
     
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    I placed an order for one on 4/30 and have a "delivery estimate" of between 5/23 and 6/3. I've been wondering why were taking so long, but 1 - 2 months? Wow.
     
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    moosquared

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    Ordered a Boxware ($15) and Acase ($9.25) stylus from Amazon a few days ago. Other than the colour, there is no difference between the two styluses.
    They are both excellent stylus though. It works perfectly well with my iPad 2. Both tips are made with soft smooth rubbery material. It will slide smoothly on the iPad surface. Great stylus.
     

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    Got a review of the Wacom yet? I currently use a Boxwave, but I just feel like it's too small and light. I heard the Wacom just feels better to hold etc.
     

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