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Adonit Jot Touch 4 Bluetooth Pressure Sensitive Stylus for iPad, iPad Air, & iPad Mini - Gun Metal

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Gun Metal
  • Palm Rejection: Rest your hand on the screen as you work. The only thing that will make a line is your stylus. It's time to draw like you're used to
  • Pressure Sensitivity: The New Jot Touch delivers over 2,000 levels of pressure sensitivity for the best looking and most natural lines
  • Bluetooth 4.0: When paired with Bluetooth 4 devices, the new Jot Touch gets up to 1 month of battery life on a single charge. Not to mention enabling palm rejection, pressure sensitivity, and shortcut buttons. (New iPad and iPad Mini only)
  • Shortcut Buttons: Get to software tools quickly. "Undo" or switch colors with the flick or a finger
  • Compatible iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini
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Technical Details

Color: Gun Metal

Product Details

Color Name: Gun Metal
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00AO1L1RG
  • Item model number: ADJT4G
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 15, 2013

Product Description

Color: Gun Metal

Adonit Jot Touch 4 Bluetooth Pressure Sensitive Stylus for iPad, iPad Air, & iPad Mini - Gun Metal


Jot Touch is the most natural way to create on the iPad. Hands Down.
Jot Touch 4 lets you rest your hand on the screen as you work. Only your stylus will make a line.
Jot Touch 4 delivers over 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity for the best looking, natural lines.
Programmable shortcut buttons put key features like undo right at your fingertips.
Works with iPad 3 & 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPad Mini with Retina Display & iPhone 4s and later.
Connect with Bluetooth 4 to enable palm rejection, pressure sensitivity and shortcut buttons.
We're building the new digital studio by breaking down the barriers between thought and creation.

You deserve the freedom to write and draw like you want to. The new Jot Touch 4 pressure sensitive stylus was created to give you that freedom back. Now with Palm Rejection, no more hand hovering to avoid touching the screen. With Bluetooth 4.0, the new Jot Touch delivers 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity for the best looking and most natural lines. Jot Touch is simply the most intuitive drawing experience on the iPad. Hands Down.


About the Manufacturer
  • Adonit builds tools to break down barriers between thought and creation. After starting small in garages and spare rooms, a successful Kickstarter campaign helped launch Adonit to the forefront of the stylus industry. Now, with customers in over 100 countries, they continue to lead by building innovative tools for digital artists like the Jot Touch with Pixelpoint technology.

Customer Reviews

I use Noteshelf note taking app and this works very well.
Paul D.
Now add pressure sensitive writing and enhanced wrist rest protection, writing on my tablet is even closer to a pen and paper experience!
Charles Michaels
I will update this post with more as I progress with this customer service rep.
cdlrosa

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By B on November 26, 2013
Color Name: Gun Metal Verified Purchase
I've had this for a couple weeks now and am using it with iPad Air. I had reaaallly mixed feelings about dropping $90 on a stylus. I'm mostly happy with it, but there are some definite caveats. First, if you're not a digital artist or a rich person, don't even bother, there are cheaper options with nearly the same functionality. Me, I'm trying to delve deeper into digital art, and wanted the pressure-sensitivity of this. iOS has a handful of pretty excellent digital illustration and painting apps at this point, so I decided to take the plunge and see what I could do with this thing.

Ok, so, on the upside: It's very nicely built. Very sturdy, and I love the design of the cap, how you can screw it on the back. The magnetic USB charger is elegant and clever. The pen is reasonably comfortable to work with, and after a few hiccups, I've now got it working well for my particular purposes. The pressure-sensitivity works well with the wonderful Procreate app, and I'm happy with the combination of this device and that particular app (at least at the time of this writing). So, mission accomplished for me. I was a little worried about how this device would affect the screen physically (I do *NOT* have a screen protector) but it doesn't seem to have any negative impact. The protectors are mostly a gimmick and probably reduce the sensitivity and accuracy slightly; the glass of the iPad is built for a certain amount of abuse. So if you ask me you should be fine using this on the bare glass of the device. Just don't get too crazy, wipe down your screen after each drawing session, and you should be fine.

Now, on the downside: While I like the design of the pen, the two buttons, while arguably a handy undo/redo shortcut, mostly just get in my way.
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78 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Monico Pascasio jr on May 19, 2013
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I am a artist who does graphic design and illustrated work and for this work I need a stylus that can produce small accurate lines. The Jot 4 has not only met my expectations but has surpassed them with its abilities, from how well the pressure function works to how quick you can choose tools with the buttons located literally at your finger tip. Those features are great but what really sets this apart from the others is the clear plastic tip on the pens point. I dont work for any stylus company's and didn't have great insight to how well pressure sensitive stylus work so I had to do extensive research on the different options out there, the two that popped up the most were the JaJa and the Jot. Spending $100 on a pen was killing me because let's face it, it's a pen...but after consideration of the two the Jot stood out because its not funded as a start up project, it's a actual company that's solvent and the design was not breaking down or being revamped not to mention how many people complained of bad customer service when trying to resolve a problem in the pens tip that seemed to keep sticking. This pen has been well worth it, the money you spend will save you from the frustration you would get while working with a blunt stylus. You will have to buy a cover to protect your Ipad retina, I bought the Moshi iVisor screen protector XT that goes on in seconds with no bubbles and compatible for the retina display, and yeah it's another $30 but your investing in a $100 pen so it's all the same. The two have worked great together, my pen had no problems out of the box and has worked every way it stated it would, I use it on sketchbook pro and procreate and even though procreate is at the beta phase of its application of the jot4 it still works minus the pressure sensitive effect but all together this has been the greatest investment I've ever made.
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106 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Bob Macken on May 10, 2013
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
Background - have original Adonit Jot Touch pressure stylus as well, so some comparison. (Both work on iPad 4, which is what I used to compare):

PEN -
JT4 is a touch lighter, but pen feel in hand is basically identical. Charger, buttons, and cap are identical. Pressing pen tip on screen not identical, feels slightly more clicky and suctioned, but not bad at all, is a touch noisier. Pen tip itself appears to have longer stem and seems not to be interchangeable. Box is smaller, instructions are just as tiny on the included cards.

PERFORMANCE -
As far as pressure levels, yes the JT4 feels better on each of the apps I tested, has a more graceful transition from lower to higher opacity or size, and handles light touches for lower opacity much better than the original, which I already liked fine, but was skippy somewhat. The JT4 is more graceful with the lighter touches from zero. Pressing harder for more pressure feels fine, what you would want.

As far as precision, feels just as good as the original.

As far as battery life, have not been able to compare yet.

As far as connection, the JT4 is not set up in the BlueTooth settings page like the original. Instead, you open a supported app, turn it on in the settings for that app, and then press and hold Button A (closer to the tip) for one second, it blinks green light, then stops when it senses connection to app. Each app displays connection confirmation differently. This must be done for each app individually. (each app is different and cryptic with it for some reason, so it is annoying, similar to the original pen's annoyingness.). Connections can be wonky, much like he original, but once connected, stays connected.
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