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Tag: Stylus

Deal: Save 85% on the Adobe Ink & Slide iPad Drawing System

Deal: Save 85% on the Adobe Ink & Slide iPad Drawing System
Get an amazing deal on a great digital stylus for your iPad. Adobe’s Ink & Slide system gives you a pressure-sensitive stylus and a physical ruler for your sketches. Originally released for $200 (and reviewed here), you can grab one for the ridiculously low price of just $29.99 for a very limited time.

Deal: Save 30% on the AluPen Digital Stylus

Deal: Save 30% on the AluPen Digital Stylus
If you prefer to draw or write on the screen of your tablet with a stylus instead of a fingertip, then you’ll definitely want to check out the AluPen. This sturdy aluminum stylus has a precision tip and works with the vast majority of capacitive touch screens, including iPads and iPhones.
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Scribble Pen: Real or Not?

Scribble Pen: Real or Not?
For many, Scribble seemed like the best thing since sliced bread. It was a pen that could copy the color of absolutely anything simply by pushing its built-in scanner against an object. The pen could then be used to write in the scanned color on paper or on a tablet, since a stylus and ink pen version were in the works.

Phone Screen Too Big For You? Get Thanko’s Thumb Extender

Phone Screen Too Big For You? Get Thanko’s Thumb Extender
Mobile phones went from big to small, then back to big again when smartphone-slash-tablet hybrids hit the market. People with small hands had a hard time using phablets with one hand because their thumbs couldn’t quite get to the other end of the screen.

Review: Adobe Ink and Slide: iPad Drawing Comes of Age

Review: Adobe Ink and Slide: iPad Drawing Comes of Age
When Adobe showed off its Project Mighty & Napoleon stylus and ruler concepts last year, I was excited, but not certain they’d ever become real products. I’ve been on a quest for a decent iPad stylus for years.

Scribble Pen & Stylus: Copy and Paste Colors from Actual Objects

Scribble Pen & Stylus: Copy and Paste Colors from Actual Objects
It looks like Jinsu Park’s color-copying pen concept is going to have a real-life counterpart, thanks to inventors Mark Barker and Robert Hoffman. Their Scribble Pen and Scribble Stylus use a color sensor and an ARM 9 processor to copy and save colors from the real world.

Elektra Nails Are Styluses You Can Wear on Your Nails

Elektra Nails Are Styluses You Can Wear on Your Nails
If you find most styluses in the market too big for your pocket, bag, or wallet, then you might want to look into Elektra Nails. It’s the most compact stylus we’ve seen yet – and a wearable one, at that.

Draw Your Own Superheroes Using the Marvel Creativity Studio Stylus and App

Draw Your Own Superheroes Using the Marvel Creativity Studio Stylus and App
Marvel Entertainment and Disney Consumer Products have announced they have teamed up to launch a fun new device – the Marvel Creativity Studio Stylus and app. The app and stylus are exclusively for the iPad and gives people who are fans of Marvel superheroes a place to learn how to draw, color, and animate their favorite superheroes and villains.

Tagtal tStylus Has Drag & Drop Copy & Paste: What You See is What You Copy

Tagtal tStylus Has Drag & Drop Copy & Paste: What You See is What You Copy
The ability to to make perfect copies is one of the most convenient advantages of working with digital content. That’s why software developers make it easy to copy and paste content between applications. But what about copying and pasting to and from different computers?

Griffin MouthStick Helps the Disabled Operate Tablets and More

Griffin MouthStick Helps the Disabled Operate Tablets and More
All around the world there are a huge number of people who have been injured in automotive, leisure or industrial accidents, or were born with limited control over their bodies. There are a number of medical conditions that can make people unable to control their arms well enough to work the gadgets that many take for granted, such as tablets and laptops.

Pogo Connect iPad Pressure Sensitive Stylus Price and Release Date Announced

Pogo Connect iPad Pressure Sensitive Stylus Price and Release Date Announced
Styluses aren’t just for Samsung devices, there are plenty available for iPads and iPhones. While most of them are pretty crappy, the most interesting are the ones that can connect to your iPad via Bluetooth and convey pressure sensitive information.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Now Bigger Than Ever

Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Now Bigger Than Ever
I’ve seen a couple of people with the Samsung Galaxy Note, and they all commented on how big the device felt in their hands. Well Samsung decided that it still wasn’t large enough and has announced an even bigger Galaxy Note.

JaJa Stylus Starts Shipping to Kickstarter Supporters

JaJa Stylus Starts Shipping to Kickstarter Supporters
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.

PressurePen Stylus Adds Pressure Sensitivity to iPad, Android Tablets

PressurePen Stylus Adds Pressure Sensitivity to iPad, Android Tablets
I’ve longed for a stylus that was actually good for drawing on my iPad, but after many purchases, I’m still not satisfied. What I really want is something that has a fairly fine tip, but can also produce pressure data.

MicroStylus Doubles as a Plug for Your Headphone Jack

MicroStylus Doubles as a Plug for Your Headphone Jack
I’ve gotten too lazy to fire up Draw Something on my iPod lately, but I know a lot of people who are still hooked on it. It’s not that I don’t find the game fun anymore; it’s just that I prefer to draw with my stylus, but I’m always forgetting where I put it, so I just end up not playing at all.

Wacom Realism Stylus Samples Colors from the Real World – If Only It Were Real

Wacom Realism Stylus Samples Colors from the Real World – If Only It Were Real
I went and bought a stylus a few weeks ago, when I got hooked to OMGPOP’s Draw Something game. The craze has since subsided, but I still use my stylus a lot to doodle and just draw simple sketches on my tablet.
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