Dagi Stylus?

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  1. HiLandR

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    I picked up a Dagi Stylus a few weeks ago. I've used a Pogo for months but I gotta tell ya, I love the Dagi. It is just so slick. I use it for note taking with "Penultimate" and for sketching with "Sketchbook Pro". Does anyone else use one?

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    Wow, all those views and no replies. :confused:
     
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    I have this habit of spinning my drawing utensil. I don't as a rule use my pogo very much but I don't think I would very much like the little paddle on the end of the Dagi.
     
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    Yes, I used the Dagi, as well as the Pogo and I wasn’t happy with them at all. If we talk strictly iPad, I don’t like using a stylus of that length. Aren’t they too small? Hey, my hand is a normal size and it covers the screen and I can’t see what I’m doing. Also, with those small styluses you have to have the iPad really close to you. So I started looking for a longer stylus and I found Stylus-R-Us. I bought the New Jersey and love it!!! I don’t need to hold the iPad as close and it works perfectly, no pressure at all is needed. It’s just like a feather touch. The New Jersey is telescopic. When it is closed, it measures 5.5 inches, which means I still can used it with my iPhone and iTouch and when I open it, it’s 9.25 inches. That’s what I wanted for my iPad. I use my iPad at work, so when I need somebody to look at a document, charts, and even presentations, I just put it on the stand and everybody can see everything without the interference of my hand. They sell them online at beststylus. Hope this helps you.
     
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    In a word, NO! Use the Roger iWand.
     
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    No offense intended but that's just a long pogo. The Dagi has prcecise line to line viewing. I can see the EXACT line ends while sketching. The other stylii are opaque blobs.
     
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    Didn't know that about the Pogo. Thanks for the info.

    But---about the Dagi---I, too, thought that the clear end with the dot would make me more accurate, but it did not. I have to hold it at an angle that is not natural (for me!). Furthermore, the tip is a harder plastic material which does not give me the tactile feedback I seem to need. Same true for the iWand, but it seems to be easier to get used to.
     
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    I have actually gotten proficient with the Dagi and I like it best. To each his own for sure.
     
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    Does the Dagi touch the screen at all?
     
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    Yes, it does, it's a soft clear plastic material. I see no scratching.
     
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