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The Cosmonaut is a minimal and elegant stylus for touch screen devices, like the iPad. Unlike most styli, which are designed to look and feel like a pen, the Cosmonaut was designed to feel like a dry erase marker, because the experience of drawing on an tablet most closely mirrors the experience of drawing on a whiteboard. The Cosmonaut is great for doodling, sketching, and writing on any touch screen device. The shaft has a comfortable rubber grip that feels great to hold for people of all ages, including children and the elderly. The tip is responsive and glides effortlessly over the glass screen. The Cosmonaut will work on nearly any capacitive touch screen device, including the iPad and Kindle Fire. It does not require special software; it will work wherever your finger works. Designed and manufactured in America.
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The rubber grip is great for holding wuth fingers vs. a hand hold. The tip is soft and quiet when touching the screen
Weight is well balanced. Read more
Quality construction, just did not work for the application I needed it for. HP Pro X2 612Published 1 month ago by S M Contract Cleaning
Very cool, not great for selecting small texts. A little to expensive for what it isPublished 2 months ago by David Blevins
My favorite stylus, every. It's lasted for about 2 years, and I don't anticipate it breaking. Very durable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by SC
A very efficient stylus!! Never used something this big. It is impossible to lose a stylus like this.Published 2 months ago by Richard Rider