- Size (LWH): 6 inches, 1 inches, 4 inches
- Weight: 2.08 ounces
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Generic 3 Pack of Universal Touch Screen Stylus Pen (Red + Black + Silver)
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I've tried three of the stylus brands offered on Amazon: The $15.00; the $11.99 aCase; and the cheap three-pack "Universal Touch Screen Stylus.".
It is easy to tell you which not to buy: the cheap ones. The rubber tips on them have too much friction. You can't write or draw easily; you literally feel like the Stylus is getting stuck on the screen. Guaranteed, one zillion percent, you will hate it.
Now, to the Boxwave vs. the aCase.
This isn't just a draw; there's not even a fight, because the two products are exactly the same (there's one subtle difference in the way the little headphone-jack string insert is attached to the pen. One uses a tiny, carbiner-type hook, and the other a ring. You'd probably never notice the difference, because there is non.
So, which to buy? The aCase is three dollars cheaper, but it only comes in black. That's it.
3 Pack (Red + Black + Silver) of Universal Touch Screen Stylus Pen for Apple iPod Touch 2nd 3rd 4th Gen, iPhone 3G 3GS 4th Gen Generation
These are inexpensive, ok, cheap, stylus. I bought them to test on a cheap tablet I was testing and they worked very good. If they are lost, stolen or eaten by Fido, who cares. We are talking about bang for the buck here. And yes, they are made across the big pond.
If you need status, spend the big bucks, but don't cry if it goes missing. It could be hiding next to that missing $200.00 remote.
Better yet, make one yourself, it's a fun and interesting project. Brings out that MacGyver rush from the 80's.
There are three (3) types of touch screens, buy the correct stylus for your screen.
Resistive-type screens lack the clarity of other touch screens but they tend to be very durable and can be used in a variety of environments. Resistive-type screens are the most common in use today.
Capacitive screens are resistant to outside elements, making them very durable, and they still maintain a high clarity. Unlike resistive and surface wave screens, which can be used with stylus, capacitive panels must be touched with a finger.
Surface wave touch panels are the more advanced of the three types, offering the highest clarity. But they are more easily damaged by outside elements.
The iPad has a capacitive touch screen, your gloves won't work, and that plastic stylus from your old Palm PDA won't work either. Buy a capacitive stylus for your iPad.
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Do not buy this if you want to use it with your iPhone to draw, slide the screens or do anything cool.
The tip is very soft and you need to put some effort in pressing it against the screen. If you try to slide it, you are in danger of damaging the screen since the tip moves away and the hard plastic of the stylus can scratch your precious sceeen.
This is probably good if you are missing a finger or you are wearing gloves and your apps are in the main screen.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've purchased a lot of styluses including some really cheap ones ordered directly from China. This set was delivered by Amazon so there was no wait to get them, but that is the... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Prof & Mrs. Wombat
Exactly what I expected. I used them for my smart phone to prevent wrist/thumb stress - between a bout of over-active phone gaming and regular mouse usage, I suffered tendonitis... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Diego Belozerco