Introducing the XStylus Touch Wide-Grip Touch Pen for iPad
I know that a lot of you are interested in finding a good pen or stylus to use with your iPad, so you might like to have a look at the XStylus Touch on Indie GoGo. The stylus is the invention of independent inventor Elton Leung, who is based in Hong Kong, and who came up with the idea for the stylus after trying in vain to find a stylus for his iPad to suit his own sketching needs, specifically a stylus that was not just suitable for point and tap movement, but also for making broader brush strokes. According to Elton, the stylus is designed to simulate the user experience of drawing or sketching with an expensive fountain pen. It has been optimized for sensitivity so that even the slightest strokes will register, and you won’t have to retouch your strokes.
The XStylus also comes with a magnetic holder so that you can keep it with your iPad at all times.
Elton already has a good track record on IndieGoGo, with his first project, the XStylus Crayon, having just shipped on September 10. I would imagine that the XStylus Touch could prove to be very popular with all those iPad artists, designers, and so on, who are looking for something a little more versatile than the other styluses on the market. For the first 200 funders, the XStylus Touch and holder will cost $15, and $25 for everyone else after that. You can check the project out and maybe even get involved via the link below.
Source: XStylus Touch for iPad -- IndieGoGo