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Acase(TM) Stylus - A-ccurate Slim Stylus Pen for Touchscreen Devices Including Kindle Fire, Apple iPad/iPad2/iPad3, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab, BlackBerry PlayBook (Jet Black).

3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (401 customer reviews)

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  • Greater responsiveness and increased tip durability over most other capacitive styluses
  • Works on all capacitive touch screens - iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, HTC HD2, BlackBerry Storm, Gphone and any capacitive touch panel device
  • Conveniently designed in pen form; Perfect for carrying around; Comes with Retail Box
  • Durable construction; Detachable tether (that is attached to the top of the stylus)
  • Perfect for cold days when you don't want to remove your gloves
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Shipping Weight: 3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004HBK4T0
  • Item model number: Acase Capacitive Stylus Pen Blk 2nd Gen
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (401 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 26, 2010
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Color: Black

This 2nd Generation Acase capacitive stylus features an upgraded tip that is far more responsive and durable than most other capacitive styluses. While capacitive touch screens are great, one flaw is the inability to use a stylus. Not anymore! Acase's Capacitive Stylus allows you to use your Apple iPad without ever touching the screen with your finger. Perfect for the ladies out there who have their nails done, people that do a lot of typing and gaming on their iPads, or for those who don't want to take their gloves off during a cold day. The Capacitive Stylus is conveniently sized, and designed like a pen to fit just about anywhere. Fully compatible with: iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, HTC HD2, BlackBerry Storm, Gphone and any capacitive touch panel device.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
469 of 487 people found the following review helpful
Color Name:Black|Verified Purchase
Here's what I found after trying a multitude of styluses (or is it styli?) after buying an iPad 2. I wanted to use an iPad as a sketch book and the pad like it's name...and go digital rather than filling up notebook after notebook. So the perfect stylus has to feel like a pen and work well enough on the screen to give the tactile feel of drawing or writing on paper.

I learned that styluses tips are of 2 main types - fuzzy fabric and rubber - with some additional quirky ones made of metal (O-Stylus)or the sausage stylus (sausage also works like your finger!)
--Fabric tips:
Pogo stylus- also used by Apple Geniuses - have a fabric tip that's great for typing or selecting or gaming even but not so good for writing or sketching anything more complex than a smiley face.
Sock Stylus: This is a conductive fabric sock stretched over a wooden quill, sold on etsy (can google it). This stylus was light and the fabric tip over a wooden pen helped reduce drag due to it's smooth but hard tip. In fast note taking this stylus tended to be easier on the wrist as it was less squishy than the ACase tip. However, it lacked sensitivity in some apps and I had to go over the strokes twice for them to register. Also since it's not rubber you have to hold it at a certain angle but once you do it gives you good results.
There are other fuzzy fabric styluses out there sold by small stores - like the ones by the guy who has been advertising on all Mac forums as stylusrus and posting pictures of his store in competitors' item images. They claim that they have the best yet but I haven't tried that one yet.

--Rubber tips:
The ACase in question (2nd Gen) has a rubber tip. Please check my uploaded pic for size comparison against some other styluses.
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109 of 112 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More like a pen than the original February 6, 2011
By Elena
Color Name:Black|Verified Purchase
I have been waiting for a stylus like this for some time. I bought the original version - the shorter version with the thicker point - and was mostly satisfied. However, this one is so much better! The tip is thinner, so it is slightly more precise. The body is longer, so you feel more like you are holding a pen. This is important to me because I use my ipad to take notes and highlight/mark up documents for school, and this stylus is ideal for that. Very responsive, and doesn't look dumb.
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70 of 73 people found the following review helpful
Color Name:Silver
Here's what I found after trying a multitude of styluses (or is it styli?) after buying an iPad 2. I wanted to use an iPad as a sketch book and the pad like it's name...and go digital rather than filling up notebook after notebook. So the perfect stylus has to feel like a pen and work well enough on the screen to give the tactile feel of drawing or writing on paper.

I learned that styluses tips are of 2 main types - fuzzy fabric and rubber - with some additional quirky ones made of metal (O-Stylus)or the sausage stylus (sausage also works like your finger!)
--Fabric tips:
Pogo stylus- also used by Apple Geniuses - have a fabric tip that's great for typing or selecting or gaming even but not so good for writing or sketching anything more complex than a smiley face.
Sock Stylus: This is a conductive fabric sock stretched over a wooden quill, sold on etsy (can google it). This stylus was light and the fabric tip over a wooden pen helped reduce drag due to it's smooth but hard tip. In fast note taking this stylus tended to be easier on the wrist as it was less squishy than the ACase tip. However, it lacked sensitivity in some apps and I had to go over the strokes twice for them to register. Also since it's not rubber you have to hold it at a certain angle but once you do it gives you good results.
There are other fuzzy fabric styluses out there sold by small stores - like the ones by the guy who has been advertising on all Mac forums as stylusrus and posting pictures of his store in competitors' item images. They claim that they have the best yet but I haven't tried that one yet.

--Rubber tips:
The ACase in question (2nd Gen) has a rubber tip. Please check my uploaded pic for size comparison against some other styluses.
Read more ›
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product: Better than Targus or Pogo March 9, 2011
Color Name:Black|Verified Purchase
I received my stylus today. It is so much better than the Pogo or Targus models. The stylus is much smoother on the Ipad surface, is responsive, and is much more controllable. More importantly, you do not need to hold it at any funky angles to achieve smooth writing and responsiveness. This is a little more expensive than the Pogo, and a little less than what I paid for the Targus at BestBuy. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a natural writing experience. You may want to consider Noteshelf or Evernote for getting the best out of the experience. As a lawyer, I have been working on replacing the traditional yellow pad and this is a great step in that direction.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 2nd Generation, big improvement February 18, 2011
Color Name:Black|Verified Purchase
The smaller capacitive point is an improvement over earlier versions from Acase and Boxwave. I use this to take notes on my iPad and it works well. It is comfortable to hold and glides easily across the screen (especially with anti-fingerprint film on it).
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Acase 2nd Generation iPad Stylus February 17, 2011
By S. Rohr
Color Name:Black|Verified Purchase
I ordered four of these 2nd generation iPad sylus, one for each iPad (three)and our touch screen home computer in the house. I like the smaller tip of the 2nd generation. I'm able to do anything I need to do with my iPad while using the stylus. I read many reviews about iPad sylus and I thought I would give this one a try. I highly recommend this product if you are looking for a stylus to work with your iPad.

I read all the issues about is not being heavy enough. OK so what. Not sure how heaavy people feel it needs to be but still works fine. Just the right length even for my large hands so I know it will work for just about anyone else.

I highy recommend this stylus and everyone else in the house that uses theirs is satisfied. Order it if this is what you have been looking for.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome pen-like stylus!!!!
I've been looking for a good stylus for a while now because I like to use my tablet for taking notes in school. This stylus is amazing. Read more
Published 1 day ago by Sharon Sitler
2.0 out of 5 stars doesn't write any better than a regular sized stylus
just a fancy box and a higher price, you can get the same quality for $1.50, not any better than the one I had
Published 21 days ago by Dane La Vigne
5.0 out of 5 stars The absolute best stylus!!
I have tried out any different styluses for my devices, but none of the others and I mean none of the others beats the Acase Stylus. The barrel is slim but not slight. Read more
Published 23 days ago by Rebecca C. Grant
1.0 out of 5 stars rubber tip ripped
i Liked the shape and style of this, but the rubber tip did not last long. Ripped under normal use.
Published 1 month ago by Tegan
5.0 out of 5 stars Accurate
I love my stylus pen for touchscreen devices. Without it I would be unable to read the many things on my kindle. Thank you
Published 1 month ago by Janet Monaco
5.0 out of 5 stars now the one I use
This one I got for me to use. it is easy to use and I can hock into the earphone whole and it stay there until I need it. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Shelly D. YOUNG
4.0 out of 5 stars good quality right price
I get these for my disabled wife who uses a mouth stick on her tablet. So she wear them out quickly. I have yet to find anything at a better price that holds up longer?
Published 2 months ago by Marla K Burke
4.0 out of 5 stars Pen is very light weight and stylish.
I like the pen & it works well for use with my Kindle Fire HD. However, I wish there was some way to connect it to my new Standing Leather Origami Case. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Janie
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome
This one is a little higher quality than the last one I got for my tablet. Control on-screen is great, and it feels natural to use.
Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice stylus
This is a very good tool to use with the Ipad. It is small and even has a great lanyard. A must for all Ipad users.
Published 4 months ago by Ronald P. Williams
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