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Adonit Jot Pro Stylus Pen for iPad, iPhone, iPod, Kindle Fire and Other Touch Screen Tablets First Edition - Gun Metal

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  • Your stylus should be as sharp as your ideas. The thin and clear disc gives you the accuracy you want in a digital pen.
  • Hold your stylus at the angle you are most comfortable with. Jot gives you the freedom to write or sketch like you are used to.
  • Jot Pro attaches magnetically to your tablet. For more command and comfort. Once Jot is in your grip, the quality is unmistakable. The durable aluminum and steel gives Jot superior conductivity and craftsmanship comparable to any luxury pen.
  • Protects the precision disc when Jot is taking a break. Sits on the back of the stylus when Jot is in the game.
  • Compatible with all capacitive touch screens iPad, iPhones, MacBook Trackpads, Magic Trackpads, HTC, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola, Blackberry.

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Technical Details


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 2 x 1 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005GSNLBQ
  • Item model number: ADJPG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (236 customer reviews)
  • 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. Introducing Jot, the stylus the world has been looking for.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Do not use without a screen protector.
C. Kim
As close to a pen like experience you can get with an capacitive stylus.
transatlantic82
I use my iPad to take all my work notes as well as to markup documents.
Winger

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

174 of 188 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Adams on November 2, 2011
Color Name: Gun metal Verified Purchase
If you are drawing with this stylus, then this is the one for you, look no further.

BUT, if you like to swipe with your stylus, write notes while in meetings, and do other things like play games (which most require some form of a swipe or quick motion), this one is definitely not for you.

The Jot Pro is loud when using it against my iPad's screen. The best way to describe this noise is a muted clicking sound a pen makes. Making noise, at least for me, is not good in meetings.

When I try to swipe using the Jot Pro, the speed of the swipe "burns" off a little of the plastic tip each time, leaving smudge marks that are hard to wipe off my screen. If you have screen protection (my iPad has none, but my iPhone has Zagg's Invisible Shield), the Jot Pro sticks when trying to do ANYTHING. So writing, drawing, much less swiping, is out of the question.

I wanted to love this stylus so bad. If all I did were draw all day and write notes to myself, this would be the perfect stylus for me, but I don't.
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104 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Islander on October 15, 2011
Color Name: Gun metal Verified Purchase
Since I discovered Note Taker HD I realized that I could turn my iPad into serious note-taking machine. I've used Griffin, Boxwave and AYL styli before I purchased the Jot Pro. The Jot is good looking, high quality and comfortable in my hand. It feels like a scientific instrument. The huge advantage of the Jot is that it's precise -- close to the styli for tablet computers. My writing is better formed with the Jot than any other stylus I've tried. I like the fact that I can also see what I'm writing while I'm writing it. The precision alone makes this stylus a keeper.

Unfortunately, it also has some characteristics that I definitely don't like:
- It tends to bounce on my glass screen as I write. This can leave extra marks on the page as well as mis-formed letters. I have to use a very light touch and slow down a bit to keep the pen on the glass.
- The tip goes click click as it contacts the glass. The clicking will be distracting when I'm taking notes in meetings or doing interviews.
- The Jot is not as good a pointer as the rubber tipped styli. I sometimes have to touch a hotspot twice to activate it.

Now I'm using the Jot Pro for taking notes and the AYL for times when I just want to navigate. I'm going to put a screen protector on my iPad and see if that doesn't reduce the bounce and clicking. I think it's worth investing more effort in the Jot Pro because its precision is so much better than the others. If the negatives put you off, try the AYL stylus. It's the smoothest and fastest writing stylus I've used.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Maj on April 14, 2012
Color Name: Gun metal Verified Purchase
I specifically bought this stylus to use with the 'Paper' app on my iPad (3rd generation).

I haven't had the luxury of trying another stylus to compare this against, so it may be the best of what's around, but here are my thoughts:

1. I found that each time I lifted the stylus and placed it back down I had to make sure that the disc settled flat before starting to draw. This wasn't very natural for me.
2. Despite the marketing that says the disc gives you the freedom of drawing at most angles, I actually found that the range was fairly standard. I'm just estimating here, but I would say you can't go less than 45 degrees from the screen before the disc lifts and the stylus stops working.

While I could actually deal with the above, I ended up returning the stylus because I found that it was leaving hairline scratches on my screen. I'm really glad that I noticed this sooner than later, since they can't be buffed out with the microfiber cloth, and I had only done one drawing at that point so they are fairly minimal at this point.

I'm not sure if this is the fault of the stylus, or some tiny little dust particle that got underneath the disc, but either way it's a game killer for me. I keep my screen clean, and I just can't risk permanently damaging it more.

The good news is: I can't see the scratches when the backlight is on (when using the iPad), which is the most important thing. Regardless, I don't want to continue scratching up a six-hundred dollar plus device needlessly.
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Color Name: Gun metal
As close to a pen like experience you can get with an capacitive stylus. Accurate and feels like you are using a pen instead of a sausage link (like say the boxwave stylus). Also feels like a premium stylus in the metal casing.

The only negatives are the lack of a clip and the cap is screw on. Also the precision disc on mine wasn't perfectly clear (some glue residue on it or something) but Adonit sent me two replacement discs. Great customer service.

EDIT: I orignally reviewed this stylus based on use on the ipad. It is a perfect stylus for the ipad.

However I have tried this on the acer W500, exopc and also the HTC flyer. For all three the Jot is not a smooth experience and I would not recommend it for any of these devices. The ink doesn't match well with what is actually drawn. I am not sure if it was the apps I used, the OS or the screens being incompatible. In any case I wouldn't recommend it for windows 7 or android unless you know someone who has tried it with success on your particular device and app.
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