Byzero Studio Digital Pen for Apple iPad 2 and iPad 1 (Certified "Made for iPad")
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- *** Byzero pen is compatible with Byzero Apps only (Apps Available from iTunes App Store). More detail and compatible apps, please visit www.by-zero.com ***
- Precise & detail handwriting: Byzero Studio Pen offers the finest pen among current styluses and write like a real pen on paper with high level of precise and accurate control.
- Palm rejection: Unlike other stylus pens, Byzero Studio Pen uses palm rejection technology to avoid unwanted palm detection while writing.
- Mobility: Byzero Studio Pen offers a premium experience with a simple installation by simply plugging the receiver to iPad's charging port.
- Download Byzero apps (Two versions available: Studio Basic and Studio Basic Plus) from iTunes App store. Apps offers a variety of functions including note templates, detail writing/drawing and supports Twitter, Facebook, email and more.
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I will say that this stylus has raised the bar and was everything I had hoped cregle's iPen would be. The iPen is half the price because it is half as reliable. When it did work as it was supposed to, I loved it! But then when I took my hand away from the screen and returned it, the calibrated dot would be misaligned with the pen tip for some reason; I would have to take away and then reapply my hand for it to snap back (very weird). And then every once in a while the pen would keep writing when when I was not applying any pressure to the tip. It took about a week and trying four different writing apps for me to finally accept that it was not going to work for me.
The ByZero is elegant and reliable! I notice that the sensor piece has the same optical sensor as the Cregle iPen, however, ByZero's comes with an additional two sensors at the far sides of the attachment.Read more ›
The set up is very easy, there are 2 small watch batteries for the pen and the sensor bar gets it power from the iPad docking port. Since apple does not let OS level support for most devices, an application must be coded to support the pen. Currently their is only one app, studio basic lite. The pro version of this app has been submitted to the app store and should available soon. On their face book page they do list other apps that have promised future support. So far these are procreate, notes plus v3, good notes and note shelf.
Once you have inserted the sensor bar into the iPad docking port and you've installed a supporting app you are ready to go. I have studio basic installed. Once launched you place the pen near the iPad and the app will notify you that it has found the pen. From there on the writing portion of the screen no long accepts input from a finger or anything but the pen (the menu on the left side is still active for finger input).
There is an initial calibration screen in the settings menu that must be done of for accurate writing. This is done once by pressing the pen on 9 dots. It's quick and easy.
Using the pen takes a bit to get used to. Their is a small dot on the screen that shows you where the app will start to draw. The dot gets close to the tip of the pen but is not exact and moves slightly slower then the pen movement. Also you must press down on the pen so the pen tip moves in slightly.Read more ›
I've been writing and sketching with it since it arrived and I love it.
Few things you should be aware of if you are looking to purchase this pen:
1. There is a small (1) second lag between the pen and sync to the pad, which I'm sure the developers will resolve with an update.
2. This pen is not a stylus like rocketfish, targus, or kensington so if thats what you are looking for this is not it.
3. The pen only works with Studio Basic so far, but will be working with a few more apps come Jan 2012.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The 5 star positive review must have been written by the developer. If they can not understand the negative reviews, let me "Represent" first it will not attached to newer... Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by Gilbert I. Rosenfeld
I'm not sure why there are negative reviews that claim it works worse than your finger because it works fabulously! Read morePublished on April 29, 2013 by bittenapples
i was hoping this solution would finally be able to distinguish between pen tip and my hand. while it is able to do that job, the camera's position detection is no accurate enough. Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by Max H.
This is the best stylus available for the iPad. But the infrared technology is not consistently precise, like you'd expect from say a Wacom digital tablet. Read morePublished on January 21, 2013 by Thomas C. Snide
Only 70% of the surface is useable. As soon as you get to app. 1.5 inches from either side of the iPad the connection to the transmitter is lost and performance drops to 0. Read morePublished on January 6, 2013 by Gianni B. Arcaini
Inspite of the negative reviews that i ve read,i bought my byzero pen,regardless of the 160 dollar that ive paid,im satisified,with good app loke noteshelf,im sure you will be... Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by waleee
I got this pen last month and I have been using it since to take note at work . I love it and it works great . I am using both the basic studio app and goodnote for note taking . Read morePublished on April 10, 2012 by ABOUBAKAR Y COULIBALY
Like others, I have been searching for the type of precise writing experience I enjoyed on my Palm Pilot. Read morePublished on March 30, 2012 by A. C. Horning
I have had this for about a week now. Acceptable performance with little lag a pretty good accuracy on my "old" iPad (first model) but since I started using this on the 3rd... Read morePublished on March 18, 2012 by Mr. John Lee