Do you guys use touch pen for iPad?

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by capello10, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. Matth3w

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    My biggest disappointment is that the touch stylus is too big of a tip.
     
  2. Ultrimate

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    i ordered a pogo sketch, for drawing, may take notes as well..
     
  3. Emily

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    Yea , thats y i prefer using my finger ~:D
    maybe it would work better without the screen protector...
    but of course i wont take off my screen protector ~ haha
     
  4. imc88

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    Does it response to your writing well?

    I just wondering that is there any touch pen that can replace a real ball pen ??
     
  5. CaptKirk

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    Nope!! but it responds to the trash can really well :D
     
  6. Stefx

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    I dont have a screen protector
    The stylus has to be perpendicular to the screen to register contact with the same pressure as a finger.
    If it is slightly angled, then it requires additional pressure to register contact.
    I'm gonne get a Pogo sketch stylus, hoping it's better than this one ( I have the regulr pogo stylus)
     
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  7. snormansell

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    I constantly take quick hand notes all day as a part of working as a medical interpreter. I use an app called notes+ and a stylus. I found the round tipped stylus to be too sticky/tacky and dragging on the screen. Further resesrch found that the best option for tips is the small brush tip. It looks just like a paint brush, but with the settings in notes+ I can have a very fine point, and it renders the text very quickly.
     
  8. drpep

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    I have been using a pogo stylus pen for a long time now and wouldn't want to be without it. It has a round dome shaped tip that I find really works well for areas like the forums where you have a small place to touch and select. They are only good for pointing on and no good for scrolling as they do not slide.
    I just received three more today that I ordered from eBay called stylus pen. They were $6.95 for all three and I think are more sensitive and work better than my original one.
     
  9. iSinj

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    Can anyone tell me how to make a new forum? :s
     
  10. Kevin1963

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    I do use a stylus for my iPad. It started with my iPod since my fingers are too big. It carried over to the iPad. I find that it's like an automatic thing now. When I'm on the iPad, I have the stylus in my hand.
     

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