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Acase(TM) Stylus - A-ccurate Slim Stylus Pen for Touchscreen Devices Including Kindle Fire, Apple iPad/iPad2/iPad3, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab, BlackBerry PlayBook (Lunar Blue).
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- Latest and Newest Design in the market which is longer, skinnier, and easier to control and use.
- Durable substitute when you don't want to use your fingers, helps keep surface of iPad clean with less greasy fingerprints
- Designed and compatible for all capacitive touch screens
- Typing on the touch screen keyboard will be much easier, and allows you to use your touch screen device at a natural drawing angle
- Available in Black and Silver and Blue and Pink
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The Acase (TM) Capacitive stylus pen works on all capacitive touch screens. This is the Latest and Newest Design in the market which is longer, skinnier, and easier to control and use. The dimensions are 5.06 in length, and the diameter of the capacitive rubber tip is no bigger than 1/2" for improved and better accuracy. The rubber tip is durable and soft which will not scratch the screen. A removable tether is included with the stylus pen, which can be attached to the iPad by plugging it in the earphone jack, to carry the stylus pen with ease. The ACase (TM) Capacitive stylus pen is perfectly sized and shaped, and is designed to feel like a pen in the hand.
Most people who purchase the iPad can start using their fingers right away to access the touch screen capabilities of the device. However, there are several reasons and advantages that you would want to use an iPad capacitive stylus pen:
* Touch screens get dirty quickly when fingers are used on them, especially children's fingers!
* Allows finer motor control, improving note-taking and sketching/drawing ability.
* Many people find it easier to use touch screen keypads and buttons using a stylus as a finger substitute.
* It doesn't cost a lot to purchase a capacitive stylus pen, and it can allow you to use the iPad in new and creative ways.
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The Acase 2nd gen. stylus is very nice looking in Lunar Blue, which I would describe as medium, metallic blue. It's about 3/4" longer than the AmazonBasics stylus. Also, the Acase 2nd gen stylus has a smaller, slightly firmer tip than than the AmazonBasics Stylus. We are able to clip it onto our Kindle Fire Executive Folio Leather Case Cover with Stand and Hand Strap. We choose not to use the plastic piece that fits into the earphone jack for the simple reason that a piece might break off in the jack. We found that we like to use this Acase stylus with the Kindle Fire & the AmazonBasics stylus with the IPod Touch. Compared to the the Acase 2nd gen, the AmazonBasics stylus is shorter, does not have a clip, nor does it have an earphone jack plug & the tip is slightly spongier & wider than the Acase.
Both styli work with our touchscreen thermostat similar to this one Honeywell TH8110U1003 Vision Pro 8000 Digital Thermostat.
We don't necessarily need to use a stylus with the Fire, but the screen was getting too many smudges on it. We both like using the Acase 2nd gen. stylus with our Kindle Fire, & the convenience of clipping it to our folio case.
The Acase stylus does not have a warranty. The AmazonBasic Stylus comes with a one-year limited warranty.
This is sized much like a ballpoint pen, which makes it incredibly easy to hold and manipulate for long periods and tedious work - such as typing this with my tablet's built-in keyboard. So far, the rubber ball end has held up well - I haven't felt it pull unnaturally yet - but I worry that I will eventually kill it simply because the large size makes it vulnerable to excessive force! However, I haven't needed to apply much pressure to my tablet's screen, which is a good sign for its longevity.
The tether slides perfectly into the headphone jack and would be absolutely perfect for keeping the stylus handy except that I seem to have gotten a flawed tether - the end that clips onto the stylus has a silver hook rather than a full clasp. However, I'm sure this can be fixed with a replacement - just be sure to check that this works before throwing away the packaging!
The problem is that clip was so tight that it was a struggle to put it on a pocket and it tended to cause damage. I tried to bend its slightly away from the chassis -- it did not snap or break. It was so solid that instead what happened is the entire thing pulled away from the the pen at the base. Then it was loose and jiggled around so much that I just removed it entirely. I still use it at home, but not for when I need to take something with me when I'm at the office or otherwise out. It's really too bad since I've yet to find another stylus that I think compares in terms of every other aspect.