|Item model number||ADJTR|
|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.6 x 0.9 x 0.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.6 x 0.9 x 0.4 inches|
Adonit Jot Touch Bluetooth Pressure Sensitive Stylus for iPad 2 and iPad 3 (First Generation) - Red
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- Precision Disc: The precision disc acts like your finger, except it lets you see exactly where your mark will be made. Even if an App isn’t setup to read pressure input, you’re still using the most precise stylus on the market. Jot Touch’s precision disc works naturally with any App on any touch screen; iOS, Android, and Windows.
- Dampening Tip: The new sound dampening tip simulates the natural contact of writing with a pen on paper. This means your strokes will be quieter when notetaking or sketching.
- Pressure Sensitivity: Not all lines are created equally. Jot Touch reacts to the amount of pressure you apply to deliver more accurate interpretations of your strokes.
- Shortcut Buttons: Get to software tools quickly. Switch to your eraser or undo with the flick of a finger. Minimize your navigation. Maximize your creation.
- Bluetooth Connect: Jot Touch uses Bluetooth 2.0 technology to communicate with Jot Ready apps on your iPad 2 or New iPad.
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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. Keeping up with the Jot family tradition, Jot Touch is the next evolutionary step for precision styluses
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God I just wish Apple would team up with Wacom like some of the PC tablets have done. Apple's determination to keep their devices as simplistic and mass-market as possible is driving me towards their competition!
Upon first receiving the pen, however, I was sorely disappointed. The pen would intermittently cut in and out and the pressure sensitivity was all over the place. Lines would be broken and there was a definite amount of lag in terms of pressure applied. I had read other reviewers who had said that using a GoSmart 200 or 300 series stylus in place of the cheap, plastic tip on the stylus for this pen had worked wonders. I was skeptical, but I ordered one for $12 (shipping included) and cut down the spring and tightened it with pliers around the tip of the Jot Touch after removing the lame plastic tip.
AMAZING! It was like getting a whole new pen. The conductivity of the new tip is obviously much better than the cheap alternative that Adonit has so haphazardly slapped onto their pen. The lines never break and are always smooth. Pressure sensitivity is much more responsive and even now. It's wonderful and feels almost as natural as pen/pencil and paper.
I highly recommend the Adonit Jot Touch if you feel up for modifying the GoSmart 300 series stylus to fit as a replacement for the cheap plastic tip on this pen. It's not very difficult and only requires some wire cutters and some pliers to tighten the spring so it doesn't slip off. You can find the tip on Amazon.
If you don't feel comfortable doing this, you might be better off looking at another brand of touch-sensitive pen like the Hex3 JaJa or the Pogo Connect.
Very enjoyable for notes, doodling, jotting quick things
A bit tedious to set up, the buttons are too small and the most important button is hard to press.
I'd like to see it fit a second cap and have a retractable/telescopic pen (like the other Adonit stylus I bought a year ago.)
They should mention it's a larger barrel than their other pens, so the caps don't fit.
A bit expensive, but sturdy, just don't forget to put the protective cap on.
Needs, ultimately, to be completely redesigned so that the protective cap for the tip is built into the pen (maybe a sliding sheath or sleeve that extends out over the tip?)
It would be a cool idea if there was a pen/pencil/eraser that extends out through the center of the tip.
The various apps let down this stylus. The handwriting recognition is too slow on the iPad ... I really want the Android (Google Nexus 10) app because the Google tablet is much faster and has the apps I use now.
Note: just be prepared to show and explain this stylus to anyone who sees you using it ... it's a real talking point ... (pun, sorry.)
The cheap non blue tooth jot is probably the best value but I like the bluetooth one for the all important undo button.
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