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Adonit Jot Touch Bluetooth Pressure Sensitive Stylus for iPad 2 and iPad 3 (First Generation) - Gun Metal

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  • Precision Disc: The precision disc acts like your finger, except it lets you see exactly where your mark will be made. Even if an App isn't setup to read pressure input, you're still using the most precise stylus on the market. Jot Touch's precision disc works naturally with any App on any touch screen; iOS, Android, and Windows.
  • Dampening Tip: The new sound dampening tip simulates the natural contact of writing with a pen on paper. This means your strokes will be quieter when notetaking or sketching.
  • Pressure Sensitivity: Not all lines are created equally. Jot Touch reacts to the amount of pressure you apply to deliver more accurate interpretations of your strokes.
  • Shortcut Buttons: Get to software tools quickly. Switch to your eraser or undo with the flick of a finger. Minimize your navigation. Maximize your creation.
  • Bluetooth Connect: Jot Touch uses Bluetooth 2.0 technology to communicate with Jot Ready apps on your iPad 2 or New iPad.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.9 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007Z0A7AG
  • Item model number: ADJTG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #197,762 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 7, 2011

Product Description

Touch screens have simplified technology, but there has yet to be a way to capture the precision of a calligrapher or the stroke of an artist. Not only should it meet your needs, but a stylus should have style. We would like to fix that. Keeping up with the Jot family tradition, Jot Touch is the next evolutionary step for precision styluses

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It works well with drawing apps.
Thomas H. Sawyer
I love the idea of the pressure sensitive head but, I think the technology is just not there yet.
Soundaround
The pressure sensitivity was hardly noticeable at all.
Bobby

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Tim on August 9, 2012
Color Name: Gun metal
After trying a few other stylus out there, I'm glad I sprang for the ton of money this one costs. Even as a hobbiest, I actually felt it was worth it. I own a standard junky nubby type stylus of which the brand name escapes me, an Adonit Jot Pro (which was a nice upgrade, but still didn't feel right) and now this one. I've tried it in Art Rage and AutoDesk Sketchbook Pro. I personally prefer Art Rage as it feels less laggy, and has made good use of the data this pen sends.

Granted, I've only had this pen for a few days now, I don't really have a lot of bad stuff to say about it yet. The only thing I think was poor was how they implemented the charging device -- what were they thinking? I'm afraid the heavy weight against a USB port can eventually lead to damage, and has potential to cause serious "oops I bumped it" problems. I'll be looking to buy a cell phone type USB charger that I can plug this into, to protect my macbook's USB ports.

I think as long as you keep a few things in mind, and know what to expect, the primary product itself is pretty excellent:

Battery life is of course a consideration -- it's good enough for me though. I haven't run it completely dry yet... it claims 12 hours, at most I've used it for 4 hours.

Screen protection - I use a glossy type screen protector, so it's no issue. If you don't protect your screen, you will probably scratch it. It's simple as that. Don't do that, because you'll be sad. Don't blame the pen -- I was very hesitant in buying any of the Adonit stylus because everyone was so whiney about scratches. It seemed pretty obvious to me, and I'm glad I ignored those reviews. Also remember that different screen protectors leave different "textures" on the screen.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. L. Miller on January 1, 2013
Color Name: Gun metal
I own two of these stylus', and I also fell in love with it. Other reviewers have done a fine job listing its pros. I draw on the iPad (3rd and 4th gen models, one with Zagg screen protector, one without a protector, Jot works with both configurations), mainly using the Procreate app (my favourite!).

I did want to elaborate a bit on its biggest con - the round tip 'discs'. Hands down, without a doubt the Jot's biggest, maybe even only weakness/ flaw. Not only does sensitivity and connectivity diminish over time (within hours and days, in my case), they tend to pop off like crazy!

I am careful to cap my Jot when not in use, but I move a lot and had a real issue losing the darn tips. For example, I sit to use it, and when I stand the tip accidentally brushes my sleeve or against my body and it doesn't take much, just a light touch and the tips pop off without a sound.

They are tiny, clear, with a tinier silver metal disc inside and are very difficult to see. If you pop a tip outdoors, or on a thick carpet, that thing is gone. Can't tell you how much time I've spent on hands and knees searching for these things. Of four tips I dropped, I recovered one. Waiting for replacements in the mail is maddening.

Granted, most people probably are not as clumsy/distracted/accident-prone as me, but if you are like me, it's something to consider.

The skipping / loss of sensitivity issues are the real negative, though. Both of my Jots had the same issues. Adonit customer support did replace two of my tips which were defective, and they were prompt and great to deal with, but I kept having the skipping issue come up.

Love the Jot too much to return it.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Brandon J. Sos on August 7, 2012
Color Name: Gun metal
I've been drawing on my iPad for quite a while, first starting with my fingner, then I did the homemade stylus thing (with conductive foam), eventually I bought a pogo and a few others. Although all of these were nice, they all had some downsides, they didn't have weight, they didn't last long (the foam), they got sticky (the pogo) and above all, I wished I could get better accuracy. A distant wish was pressure sensitivity, but I wasn't going to hold my breath.

Then the Jot touch popped up on the internet...

I've been waiting for a LONG time for this type of stylus to come to market. I've tracked others including the Creigle iPen and the Jaja Stylus and I believe this is the best of all the current options. The Creigle iPen doesn't have pressure sensitivity and has limited app support. The Jaja is a kickstarter project and I don't believe it is being produced to the same professional quality as Jot Touch.

Pros:
o The stylus has a great weight to it and feels good in the hand.
o The tip has a little bit of a "spring" to it, which is in part because of the pressure sensitivity, which makes it feel really nice using on the iPad.
o The pressure sensitivity is great in Procreate (I believe the best art production app on the iPad).
o The shortcut buttons are convenient.
o Lot's of the best apps support the pen and even if they don't the tip still works as a stylus (no pressure).
o The clear disk allows you to be very accurate when drawing. If the app you are using has a offset option it will line up on the dot.

Cons:
o The tips are "consumable" as described by Adonit. Over time the connection between the "ball" and the plastic disk will wear out and they will no longer work.
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