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JaJa Stylus Starts Shipping to Kickstarter Supporters

by Shane McGlaun
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Back in January, we talked a bit about the JaJa Stylus that was on Kickstarter. This is a cool pressure-sensitive stylus for the iPad. The company behind the project, HEX3, needed $25,000 to fund and eventually raised more than three times the amount needed. The company has announced this week that the JaJa Stylus is now shipping to the initial batch of Kickstarter funders and developers.

In case you forget, this wireless stylus supports 1024 levels of sensitivity, making it a very capable input device for artists. The stylus also now supports the latest version of the iPad illustration app Procreate. The company also says that other major developers are working on versions of their apps that support the JaJa stylus.

This looks like a really cool product, and I’m looking forward to seeing it in action. Normal retail availability is expected to happen in September with an MSRP of $89.99(USD).

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