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Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by koh29c, Oct 20, 2011.
Can someone tell what is the most suitable stylus use in iPad 2? Mainly for drawing and handwriting
Have a look in our Accessories section and you'll find numerous reports and recommendations from Members.
I've moved your post to that section, too.
I have tried 3-4 and hands down the new Jot Pro (even with the funky little disc on it) wins hands down imho
I can't say this stylus for ipad 2 is the best, but it's really great to use on ipad. Kinda like a pencil, so it's easy to draw with it.
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I love the Nomad brush. The sponge tip styli are nowhere near as responsive and the brush just glides over the screen. I also use a number of art apps including Art Rage and that's why I bought it initially but I discovered that it's great for tapping and navigating also. I sent for mine to the US but it arrived quickly. The only negative so far is that you do need to protect the bristles and it doesn't come with a neat carry case or protective tip. This does limit the portability somewhat but I am looking around for a solution to this. Nomad if you are reading this - please consider a case!
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Alu Pen is Best!
Why are al the responses to this post people with only a few post,interesting
Probably because this topic has been beaten to death on other threads. Those who have posted reviews of styluses and commented on other reviews may not want to repeat themselves endlessly. I know that's how I feel.
Just bought a Dagi stylus for US $14.99 information from the YouTube looks impressive hope it's worked
I bought one, too. Hope you aren't as disappointed as I was!
It is impossible (for me) to make a character without a little "extra squiggle" at the beginning because of the wrong initial angle of the disc.