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Stylus question

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by D_K, Sep 7, 2011.

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    Alright styli gurus, I need some suggestions. I just bought a Boxwave Slimline stylus. I got it because the rubber tip seemed like a better idea than a foam one and because I really like the smaller tip size. Now that I got it though, I have found two issues. One is that my iPad doesn't always register presses with it and two is that the tip is stupid squishy. So does anyone know if the SGP Kuel is any better? Or are there any similar styli that has a stiffer tip that the iPad might like better?

    Thanks!
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    SGP Kuel,similar to Boxwave Slimline stylus the one you bought,is one kind of capacitive touch screen stylus,Pen tip made with Speical silicon with high polymer abrasion-resistant coating,also with Strap Plug Can be Plugged into the earpiece port of the iPhone / iPad Capability of attaching the Kuel H10 onto the iPhone / iPad...which can be much more Operable and optional for your reach..and also cheap ones.
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    I think the very best stylus you can get at this time is the Jot. In the more conventional line, the best is the iFaraday. Check them both out on line. So, relative to your specific question, the answer is the iFaraday. It has some sort of conductive fabric tip, and is quite similar to the rubber tipped models, but far better.

    The Jot has a clear plastic disk that swivels on a nib and is as precise as a pen.
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