Pogo, Stylis or Whatever

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by jerliz, Oct 29, 2010.

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  1. ChIpad

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    OMG I love that game!
     
    #91 ChIpad, Dec 7, 2010
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    This isn't possible because the screen is calibrated to react to a finger tip so is expecting something of they approximate dimensions and not something smaller. This is so the slightest touch doesn't keep interacting with the screen.
     
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    I received my Targus stylii yesterday. I was a little surprised that the tip was more like a rubber "bulb" rather than a hard rubber tip. It seems to work like a hard rubber tip although because it is wider than a hard point, it is harder to see the subject that you are writing/drawing close to. The point collapses as you apply pressure, but the resulting lines are still more accurate than what I ahve seen using a pogo or my finger. I'm pleased with its performance, but I would till like to have a hard/pointier point that works as well so that I could see the subject matter as I draw.
     
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    I have the Boxwave Stylus which is identical to the Targus and Griffin ones. I really like it, it takes a small amount of pressure to register - as you would expect from the likes of a ballpoint pen so feel quite natural to write with but not so much that you are actually pushing down with it. It registers light strokes very well and I am very impressed.
     
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    just got the targus one after reading this forum. I like it so far. is there an app that allows you to write notes on a note pad? I have one app to do handwriting but just wondering if I am missing any good ones for notetaking
     
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    I got Penultimate when it was on offer - great app for a relatively basic but flawless experience for notepad style note taking.
     
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    I use Noteshelf for casual lists, writing, etc. The other one I use quite a lot is Smartnote.

    I hsve both Targus and Pogo styluses. I like them both but tend to use the Targus more because I keep it attached to my Apple case.
     
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    thank you
     
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    thank you
     
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    note shelf looks awesome....downloaded it.
     
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