|Item model number||ADJT4R|
|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 0.4 x 0.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.5 x 0.4 x 0.5 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
Adonit Jot Touch 4 Bluetooth Pressure Sensitive Stylus for iPad, iPad Air, & iPad Mini - Red
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- Palm Rejection: Rest your hand on the screen as you work. The only thing that will make a line is your stylus. It’s time to draw like you’re used to
- Pressure Sensitivity: The New Jot Touch delivers over 2,000 levels of pressure sensitivity for the best looking and most natural lines
- Bluetooth 4.0: When paired with Bluetooth 4 devices, the new Jot Touch gets up to 1 month of battery life on a single charge. Not to mention enabling palm rejection, pressure sensitivity, and shortcut buttons. (New iPad and iPad Mini only)
- Shortcut Buttons: Get to software tools quickly. “Undo” or switch colors with the flick or a finger
- Compatible iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini
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You deserve the freedom to write and draw like you want to. The new Jot Touch 4 pressure sensitive stylus was created to give you that freedom back. Now with Palm Rejection, no more hand hovering to avoid touching the screen. With Bluetooth 4.0, the new Jot Touch delivers 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity for the best looking and most natural lines. Jot Touch is simply the most intuitive drawing experience on the iPad. Hands Down.
From the Manufacturer
Jot Touch is the most natural way to create on the iPad. Hands Down.
The new Jot Touch 4 lets you rest your hand on the screen as you work. The only thing that will make a line is your stylus. It's time to draw like you're used to.
Jot Touch delivers over 2,000 levels of pressure sensitivity for the best looking and most natural lines.
Get to software tools quickly. "Undo" or switch colors with the flick or a finger.
*iPad 3 & 4 and iPad Mini Only.
Get up to 1 month of battery life on a single charge and enable palm rejection, pressure sensitivity, and shortcut buttons. *New iPad and iPad Mini only
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Top Customer Reviews
Ok, so, on the upside: It's very nicely built. Very sturdy, and I love the design of the cap, how you can screw it on the back. The magnetic USB charger is elegant and clever. The pen is reasonably comfortable to work with, and after a few hiccups, I've now got it working well for my particular purposes. The pressure-sensitivity works well with the wonderful Procreate app, and I'm happy with the combination of this device and that particular app (at least at the time of this writing). So, mission accomplished for me. I was a little worried about how this device would affect the screen physically (I do *NOT* have a screen protector) but it doesn't seem to have any negative impact. The protectors are mostly a gimmick and probably reduce the sensitivity and accuracy slightly; the glass of the iPad is built for a certain amount of abuse. So if you ask me you should be fine using this on the bare glass of the device. Just don't get too crazy, wipe down your screen after each drawing session, and you should be fine.
Now, on the downside: While I like the design of the pen, the two buttons, while arguably a handy undo/redo shortcut, mostly just get in my way. I actually find it more intuitive to just hit the undo icon on the screen. I often hit the physical buttons on the pen body without meaning to, which can be annoying. That's mostly a minor issue though. Generally, your experience with this pen will depend greatly on your apps; and if it wasn't for Procreate, I think I'd feel a bit robbed. First of all, understand that the premium features of this pen only currently work with a very small handful of apps, and in some cases, not the ones I was hoping. No Adobe Ideas, no Art Rage. And some of the art apps they do support -- which I ended up purchasing at a cost for that reason alone -- are kinda blah (Inspire Pro comes to mind). It works with Sketchbook Pro which seems decent and is often recommended, but getting it paired required help from support and a workaround, and that app, though powerful, is way too laggy for my needs, at least at the time of this review. Really, getting the pen paired with the device at all was confusing. You have to enable support app-by-app, and each app is a little different. There is a little blinking light on the pen that's supposed to indicate things like when it's pairing, when it's charged, etc. -- but nothing the light does seems to match any of the indicators described in the instructions, as far as I can tell. So it's tough to even understand if the pen is on, not on, how much juice it has, etc. Procreate has an in-app indicator that will show you the charge remaining, another great thing about that app.
So, bottom line: if you have an art app you really like, and it supports this stylus, and you can get it successfully paired -- you will probably be very happy. I do love using the pen, and the combination of this and Procreate has really opened up the possibilities of digital illustration for me, which I've resisted in the past. But if your art app of choice is not supported, and/or you're not an artist and pressure sensitivity isn't that important to you -- you should save about $50-70 and go with a cheaper stylus.