Best iPad Stylus?

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  1. Nichod

    Nichod Scribbler - Standard Member

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    I think the "best" actually is the new Wacom. I've tried it myself and it rolls across the screen smoothly compared to the other options.
     
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  4. JaneL

    JaneL Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    I'm using Wacom's Bamboo stylus, and it works pretty well for me.
     
  5. ethansamuel17

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    Till date I used pogo, amazon and boxwave. For me amazon and boxwave is very much comfortable and more effective then rest.
     
  6. DaveOnBass

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    While I didn't end up keeping the iPad I just bought, I have to put out there that for accuracy, the Adonit Jot is an AWESOME stylus. I was able to draw quite accurately in Sketchbook with it - the metal ball-tip-and-crosshair seems to concentrate the touch point very well, and the clear plastic disc that makes up the whole tip lets you see where you're placing your lines very nicely. For drawing, I can't recommend any other.
     
  7. jagger

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    not a fan of stylus. prefers to use fingers. fingers would do the job smoothly if you have a matte finish screen protector. your reaction while holding a stylus for playing games and browsing are slower compared to using your finger
     
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    Maybe for those task, but for drawing, writing a stylus is better and depending on the stylus a little more accurate.
     
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    I am all for the TruGlide stylus sold by Lynktec! It's a fantastic product and it is very flexible to use. Really like that it has a microfiber tip, instead of the usual rubber or foam tips.
     
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