All iPads What stylus should I use if I draw and write notes?

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by Johnny Steps, Nov 26, 2012.

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    Johnny Steps

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    Like on Apps like bamboo, sketchpad, and paint.

    Best stylus? I have the bamboo stylus but I'm looking for something maybe different that could make it easier or smoother to do so.
     
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    h1kar1

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    Jonny,

    I've owned quit a few stylus's
    I have a bamboo and do keep it as a backup.

    I use the "Jot pro" mostly but just got my hands on the Jot touch. the touch is nice but not sure if it warrants the price tag

    But the pro at $30 bucks is nice if you want bluetooth buttons and pressure sensitivity you may want to look at the jot touch.

    there is a review and a video at http://bit.ly/TpTFfg
     
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    2nd vote for Jot Pro
     
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    Johnny Steps

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    So Jot Pro or Jot Classic? Which one is better?
     
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    Seems like it would be user preference. Do you want a slippery stylus or a stylus that lets you write comfortably?
     
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    I've got the pro, purchased as part of the Kickstarter campaign. I've never used the Classic so can't comment on that model. As dingus stated the Pro is comfortable to write with
     
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    I have started using the jot mini.... different but pretty precise. In the end I am not an artist so ... I don't need to draw in great detail and probably couldn't even if I wanted to.
     
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    This question has been asked over and over again, and seem like it never get old!!

    For me, I had Lunatik Touchpen (Both Plastic and Metal one) and Wacom Bamboo Solo. Unfortunately, iPad Mini have different Screen comparing with iPad and I installed Spigen Ultra Clear Screen Protector on my screen. It is not easy to write note on iPad Mini.

    I just got Jot Pro - Red for $19.- from Amazon Lightning Deal. Let see when they arrive!!!
     
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    So many comments about Jot pro scratching the screen seems to make this product a NO-GO.
     

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