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Question on Pogo Sketch

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by Ultrimate, Jul 8, 2010.

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    Hello, I got the pogo sketch on ebay and I find it is really hard to draw, I have to press really hard, is this normal?
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    According to what i've been hearing, yes, you need to apply some pressure in order to get the screen to recognize it. Having a screen protector could make it worse, but probably not by much.
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    The fake ones from bay are known for this issue as well. :(
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    How can I tell if this is fake?
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    We told you they were crap before you bought it. Yes, you do have to apply pressure with the Pogo, don't expect the Pogo to work like a normal stylus
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    I use my pogo. You have to press a little harder, but I've drawn some very detailed sketches using it and the finer point is much better than a finger.
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    There is another stylus by Mobi is it any better?
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    Yeah, I seen some pointy stylus that was for the iPad, but didn't buy cuz I was afraid it would damage the screen, although pointy would be more precise, I just couldn't risk it, becuz putting pressure on screen with pointy device could
    Be dangerous!

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