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Ten One Design - T1-PGCT-302 - Pogo Connect 1 Bluetooth 4.0 Smart Pen, for iPad 3/4

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  • Full feature set requires a compatible App.
  • Low Energy Bluetooth 4.0.
  • It's amazingly sensitive, with 0 grams of activation force
  • It works at all angles
  • It requires no calibration
  • It provides hundreds of levels of pressure
  • Location beacon to help keep track of your stylus
  • Months of continuous use on one battery
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Product Description

Product Description

Pogo Connect is a full-featured smart pen for iPad. It enables creative, expressive pen input through pressure-sensitive drawing and button control. Pogo Connect can interact with your applications to control line width and opacity of a drawn line. The drawing color can be displayed on the multicolor led button. With it's integrated palm rejection capability, Pogo Connect also allows you to comfortably rest your hand on the display as you write. This is a big win for usability when taking notes. - Exotic pressure technology Under its tame exterior, Pogo Connect sports a wild new patent pending technology we call a Crescendo Sensor. So where did it come from? It began as a research project here at Ten One in early 2011. Later in 2011, we realized we had accomplished something rather good. Here's what our Crescendo Sensor can do: It's amazingly sensitive, with 0 grams of activation force. It works at all angles. It requires no calibration. It provides hundreds of levels of pressure. Best of all? No moving parts, making it incredibly reliable. - Turn it on, leave it on You should never have to think about batteries or charging. Pogo Connect makes it easy. We've used new Bluetooth Smart technology to extend the battery to extraordinary levels. How many hours of continuous use? Perhaps you mean how many months? All from a standard AAA battery. Turn it on. Leave it on. Draw whenever you'd like. - Getting warmer Pogo Connect transmits a signal that allows you to track down its location. We like to think this makes Pogo Connect the first pen that's impossible to lose. You can use an iPhone or iPad to display your estimated distance to the pen. The distance information is displayed in a radar-style view, transforming finding a lost pen into a fun game.

From the Manufacturer


The Smartest iPad Pen (for iPad 3 and 4)

Pogo Connect puts the fun back into sketching or taking notes on iPad 3 and 4. It's a bluetooth pen that allows you to draw with different line widths on an iPad. It's simple to set up, and works with many drawing and note-taking apps.

It's also great for handwriting because it can help the iPad ignore your palm and wrist.

Pogo Connect unlocks content creation with your iPad. If you've ever envisioned yourself taking notes freely, sketching with accuracy and nuance, or even just drawing silly pictures, the new Pogo Connect is the pen for you.

Any questions? We'd be happy to help. Contact info@tenonedesign.com.


Pogo Connect

Exotic pressure technology

Under its tame exterior, Pogo Connect sports a wild new patent pending technology we call a Crescendo Sensor.

So where did it come from? It began as a research project here at Ten One in early 2011. Later that year, we realized we were on to something really big.

Here's what our Crescendo Sensor can do:

  • It's amazingly sensitive.
  • It works at all angles.
  • It requires no calibration.
  • It provides hundreds of levels of pressure.
  • Best of all? No moving parts, making it incredibly reliable.

Turn it on, leave it on

You should never have to think about batteries or charging. Pogo Connect makes it easy. We've used new Bluetooth Smart technology to extend the battery to extraordinary levels.

How many hours of continuous use? Perhaps you mean how many months? All from the included AAA battery. Turn it on. Leave it on. Draw whenever you'd like.


Pogo Connect

Rest easy

Remember what you thought it'd be like to take notes on an iPad? Smart looking glasses, your iPad in one hand, a pen in the other, hastily scribbling down something important in your own handwriting? It's a bit trickier in practice, trying to pivot off the edge where you won't make accidental marks.

Pogo Connect is engineered to help apps ignore your palm. Compatible applications will let you rest your hand anywhere, and only respond to the pen tip. Phew!


Automatic Palm Rejection

Getting warmer

Pogo Connect transmits a signal that allows you to track down its location. We like to think this makes Pogo Connect the first pen that's impossible to lose.

You can use an iPhone or iPad to display your estimated distance to the pen. The distance information is displayed in a radar-style view, transforming finding a lost pen into a fun game.

Our free Pogo Connect app is available on iTunes to help you track down your pen.


Magnetic Tips

Sudden Attraction

Pogo Connect tips are attached magnetically. Putting a new one in is a snap.

You knew we couldn't resist putting a magnet in somewhere, right?

Compatibility

Pogo Connect is compatible with iPad 3 and 4. If you have any questions, we'd be happy to help. Contact info@tenonedesign.com.

Compatible Applications

Compatible with all the top-tier apps

We've worked hand-in-hand with top iOS developers to bring Pogo Connect compatibility to every top-tier app.

  • Adobe Photoshop Touch
  • Paper by FiftyThree
  • SketchBook Pro
  • Procreate
  • GoodNotes
  • FlipBook
  • ArtSense
  • ArtStudio
  • IbisPaint
  • Image Blender
  • You Doodle
  • SketchClub
  • Zen Brush
  • DeepSketch
  • NoteShelf
  • SmartNote
  • PDFPen for iPad
  • NoteBinder

The latest compatibility information can always be found on Ten One Design's website.

If you have an iPad 1 or 2, you may not be out of luck. Several of these apps allow you to connect to Pogo Connect using an iPhone 4s or 5. More information on that is also on Ten One Design's website.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 0.5 x 5.2 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B009K448L4
  • Item model number: T1-PGCT-302
  • Batteries 1 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,615 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2012

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I need to try something else..
LiLEri
The issue is that pressure sensitivity is not working at all, and that you have to press pretty hard to register strokes.
Kalle Haglunds
The Pogo Connect stylus did nothing more in side-by-side tests using Paper 53 next to my cheaper standard stylus.
Tan Nguyen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

135 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Vicki on December 25, 2012
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If your a serious digital painter like myself you may want to read this review:

I have been painting in photoshop with a wacom pen tablet for almost 10 years now. I work professionally as a concept artist in the game industry and as a freelance digital illustrator. When I first bought my ipad ( with the intent of using to paint digital life studies only) an tried a few 'regular' styluses on it, I almost regreted my purchase. The experience was absolutely terrible, it was almost like a joke. Painting awkwardly on a thick piece of glass wasnt exactly yielding my desired results as it felt like no matter what I was doing it looks like it was done in ms paint. I really was getting annoyed with the 'feeling' that no matter how I was using the stylus nothing really made a difference.

Then I decided to research pressure sensitive styluses! I did decide to only try the pogo connect, based off of multiple articles and video reviews, and let me just say it has restored my faith in tablet painting. Its as good as its going to get right now for us artists. Its and im not kidding, its THE BEST stylus right now and worth every single penny you pay for it, FOR A SERIOUS artist.

WHY Its the best: Coming from my background, Iam used to pressure making a difference on the screen before me, so naturally I feel the same concept should apply on my ipad, especially now that there's touch invovled in my process. This pen took away the awkward annoyance of it all and applies the "yes" factor as you paint.

APPS: There are certain apps that also make great use of this device that surprisingly aren't procreate or sketchbook.
As soon as you get this amazing device, download the free pogo connect app from the app store.
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Kistaro Windrider on November 22, 2012
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I purchased this because I was looking for a pressure-sensitive stylus primarily for note-taking purposes. I am not a digital artist, but pressure sensitivity makes my handwriting much more legible in Noteshelf.

So does a narrow tip, which this unfortunately does not have. Being used to a Wacom Bamboo stylus, I found the broad tip to be unpleasantly like trying to use a dry-erase marker to take fine notes. The contact point perceived by the iPad is not intuitive, so it is nearly impossible to continue a line or hit a target previously written on the screen. While cursive is possible, printing requires a lot of practice, since your intuition is all wrong.

The bigger problem I had with this was pairing. It is extremely unreliable at connecting to a new app, and unreliable at connecting to one it's already paired with. I have been unsuccessful at making it pair with a new app without rebooting the iPad and pulling the pen battery first- killing apps previously using the pen did not actually suffice, much to my surprise and displeasure. Paring with an existing app is hit-or-miss; my pen often goes into a "failure loop" where it spends a few seconds connecting, the app reports it as having connected, and then immediately disconnects and starts over. Flailing about aimlessly by killing apps, putting the pen into pairing mode (six second button hold), and general retrying usually works, but sometimes pulling the pen battery and/or rebooting the iPad is required. I haven't figured out any rhyme or reason to what's needed or what's successful in fixing the issue.

If you are already used to broad-tipped styluses and will be using this in a single app, there's nothing wrong enough with it for me not to recommend it, and its better reliability, pressure range, and texture compared to sliding-disc stylii is good enough. If you use several apps, or are really thrown off by a broad pen tip, do not use this pen; pick up a competitor instead.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Michael Fleming on January 14, 2013
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I'm an artist who uses a Cintiq and other Wacom products in my studio daily; I'm writing this mostly for other artists who are shopping around. Bottom line: Pogo's new pen is just a step away from using a standard iPad stylus.

I bought the pen mostly for the "you can keep your hand on the screen while drawing" selling point, but apparently my usual pen drawing position (which lifts my hand off from time to time for brush strokes) causes a break from apps quite a bit. Yes, if you can keep your brush pressed to the screen, remove your hand, then remove the brush, it will work as promised (it won't notice your hand). I just ended up shifting canvases around a lot with my palm.

The connectivity seemed ok - hard to tell aside from Pogo's app as none of the apps I used ever confirmed I was connected to any pen or device. There were drop outs where I had to quit back to the Pogo pen app to make sure it was reconnected.

It's not like the Adonit with the plastic disc point; you will be using the big soft crayon tip again which obscures precision. And it's not going to act like a Wacom pen and give you any sort of *subtle* shifts in pressure. If you think of it in five stages (light, medium, heavy, heavier, heaviest!) that's about what you'll be getting out of the pen for levels of sensitivity.

So, is it solving the iPad's lack of pen pressure problem? No. I'd recommend for curious gadget heads only at this point.

(I tried this with Brushes, Sketchbook, Procreate and Zen Brush)
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