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Minisuit Capacitive Stylus Pen for iPad, Nexus, Galaxy Tab, Touch Screens

3.9 out of 5 stars 1,050 customer reviews
About the product
  • Minisuit Capacitive Stylus Pen Compatible for Touchscreen devices such as iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Nexus 7 FHD, and more!
  • Top of the line precision, responsiveness and durability
  • Use with any app for greater comfort and control
  • Dust plug stopper allows you to store and keep your stylus close to your device
  • Great gift for any Tablet/Phone user. Clips right into your carrying case or pocket!


Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 1.5 x 0.8 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • ASIN: B005O2URES
  • Item model number: Essentials
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 1,050 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,095 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 19, 2011
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Product Description

Minisuit introduces the all new precision capacitive stylus pen. The stylus is compatible with all newest Multi-Touch devices and models; iPad, iPad Mini, 2nd Gen, Motorola Xoom, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer, ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201, Acer Iconia Tab, BlackBerry Playbook, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Note, Toshiba Thrive, Coby Kyros 7-Inch, 8-Inch, Sony P tablet, Dell Streak 7, Archos 101 Tablet, Archos 70, Lenovo ThinkPad, IdeaPad, Vizio Tablet, View Sonic G Tablet, ViewBook, ViewPad, Motorola Bionic 4G, Motorola Atrix 4G, Droid Incredible, HTC EVO 4G, HTC Thunderbolt, Samsung Galaxy S3 S4 Note 2 3, iPhone 4 5 5S 5C, HTC Inspire, Samsung Droid Charge, HTC Sensation, Samsung Infuse and many more. This is the perfect accessory for any mobile user.

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By 🌺 Lynne E. TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 2, 2011
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This "capacitive" stylus works well with the Kindle Fire and Nook Color, but is not quite as sensitive as the AmazonBasics Stylus for Touchscreen Devices. It has a pocket clip, which is a nice feature, but this adds a little weight, and affects how you hold the stylus. If you wish, you can attach the stylus to your touchscreen device by plugging the plastic-tipped lanyard into the earphones outlet.

The barrel of this stylus is 4" long (exclusive of the capacitive tip). The barrel of the AmazonBasics stylus is 4.25" long. Because I have large hands, I prefer the longer barrel--it surprised me how much difference one-quarter of an inch makes. Also, I prefer the clipless barrel. I like to grip the stylus at mid-barrel (not near the tip like a pencil), and the clip gets in the way when I pick the stylus up. The two styluses have equally elegant good looks.

In case you're wondering, as I was, what a "capacitive" stylus is, it is a human interface device (e.g., a mouse) that uses "capacitive sensing" to measure changes of position on a touchscreen. It works just like a human finger on a touchscreen device, and you can often get more accurate navigation using a stylus. Wikipedia has good articles on capacitive sensing and capacitive devices. I rate this stylus at 4 stars ("I like it") rather than 5 stars ("I love it"), because I like the AmazonBasics stylus slightly better.
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My daughter is handicapped and communicates on keyboards a great deal. She has had trouble with her HTC Evo phone as the letters are too close for her to always hit the proper key. (In either direction) On ordering the new Kindle Fire I noticed the stylus as an available accessory for multiple devices. Where has this been! It is exactly what my daughter needed and she loves it. Her texts are so much quicker. It turns out the Kindle Fire has large enough buttons for my hands but my husband wants another stylus for his use. What a perfect accessory for everyone.
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The stylist works fine with my girlfriend's iPad and my Asus Infinity Transformer Prime tablet. The end is a bit bulky, so sometimes it blocks what you're trying to click on, but that can be determined just by looking at the product picture. The stylist is also pretty light, which I consider a plus, but some may consider it to feel too fragile. Also, it comes with a short lanyard attachment that is connected to a plastic filling meant to go inside your device's headphone jack. This could be useful since it would make this rather small stylist a lot harder to lose. I removed 1 star from my review because the product arrived damaged (with a scratch on the side of it). The packaging itself seemed intact, so I am assuming that this product was damaged before being shipped. Since this item was only a few dollars, my girlfriend and I decided it wasn't worth the bother of exchanging it for a non-damaged unit.
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This Stylus is good for basics. It worked fairly well with it's round rubber tip when pressing "buttons" in the screen. It does not work that good with the screen sliding functionality. It performs poorly at drawing.
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I really liked my AmazonBasics Stylus for Touchscreen Devices Including Kindle Fire, but was always concerned about losing it because it lacks a clip. Last week it went missing after a day when I'd been in several areas of a large public building, so I ordered this stylus as a replacement. Specifically because of its price, good reviews, and clip.

By the time this new stylus arrived, I'd - amazingly - been reunited with my first stylus. But since I got this one, it's the only one I use. Because it clips neatly onto the hinge area of my Kindle Fire cover and never goes missing, even in my tote bag. I don't know if its inherent quality (materials, workmanship) is really better or worse than the AmazonBasics stylus. But at least I'll have a chance to see how long it takes to wear this one out, because it won't get lost so easily.
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I've been using this stylus on my 3rd Gen iPad for a week or so now. The iPad has absolutely no trouble picking the stylus up and is quite responsive to it in general - it's great for the majority of the tasks such as navigating webpages, flipping through apps, etc.

I was really interested in having it for a handwritten notes app (I use Penultimate). While it works, and has admittedly a bit finer control than my finger, the fact that the tip is actually *soft*, non-solid rubber and collapses in on itself when pressed has made for far less accuracy than I was hoping for. The contact area with anything less than the most delicate of caresses is just too large. I'll be trying other models looking for a solid tip, rather than this "bulb."

Finally, the entire item weighs practically nothing. This is nice in that it is no added weight to my carry case for the iPad. On the other hand, while I don't subscribe to the "lightweight and plastic = cheap piece of crap" policy, I almost feel like the stylus is SO lightweight and thin that I may accidentally snap it in half or deform it if I put any real torque on it.

In summary, for the price, it's a fine product that will work for a majority of the "everyday" tasks on a tablet. For handwriting or other finer-control tasks, I'll be looking elsewhere.
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