- Size (LWH): 0.25 inches, 0.42 inches, 4.75 inches
- Weight: 0 ounces
Ten One Design Pogo Sketch Stylus for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch (Silver)
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- High-gloss curved pocket clip keeps the stylus handy
- Works with any combination of gloves and nails
- Allows you to use your touchscreen device or multi-touch trackpad at a natural drawing angle
- Typing on a software keyboard (especially at first) is much easier with a stylus
- Sleek aluminum design with detailed graphics
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Top Customer Reviews
The problem with most stylus-like devices for capacitive touch devices such as the iPhone is that the minimum diameter required to register a "touch" is actually quite large. I suspect this was done to lessen the frequency of accidental touches. So, the trick here is to find a stylus that meets the minimum diameter requirements while still delivering the precision needed.
This is where the Pogo Sketch really shines. The barrel of the device is incredibly slim but still comfortable in the hand. The length is also perfect-- just barely longer than the length of an iPhone, it's sure to fit wherever your iphone is stored. The contact point of the device is a small fuzzy head. I'm not sure what the material is but it's slightly squishy. The great part is that the head is small enough that it doesn't obscure the view of what you're touching.
Wow. Absolutely smooth. In use, the Pogo Sketch glides across the glass of an iPhone. There is just the tiniest bit of drag, but it feels very natural. Next, pressure: This is very important. Little pressure is needed to register a touch on the device. The original Pogo Stylus really lacked in this area, you have to press quite hard which can be uncomfortable for long periods of use.
If you're looking for a stylus for any of the painting/drawing apps for the IPhone/iPod Touch, this is really top notch. If you're looking for a stylus for day-to-day use of your iPhone/iPod Touch, IMHO, you should really just use the best natural stylus available- your index finger.Read more ›
Typing: Let's face it -- thumbs were not meant for precision work, like typing on a tiny little QWERTY keyboard. If you know your way around a standard keyboard, you'll double your speed and accuracy with this device. Yes, you have to use a bit more pressure than a finger to get the same results, but it's negligible, and that's a sacrifice I'm more than willing to make for increased accuracy and speed.
Internet: If you need to click inside a tiny little box to enter a user name or password, it's quick and precise with this little tool. (I still "pinch" to increase and decrease screen size, and use my fingers or thumb to perform other functions that don't require a lot of precision.) Clicking on links or articles within web pages is much easier with this tool than a finger.
Games: Some of the games I like to play require a lot of clicking, or clicking and dragging (Bejeweled, BrainThaw, Chicktionary, TapTap Revenge) and the stylus works much better for these than a finger -- and causes less muscle cramping and fatigue. The stylus length is about 1/2 inch longer than the iPod device, which makes it more comfortable to use than the shorter Pogo stylus (or the short stylus devices that come with Nintendo DS). A full size pen would be even better.
Overall, this little device does exactly what I had hoped for: it makes my iPod Touch experience easier and more comfortable. (Oh yeah -- it's also a very classy looking tool, and ultra lightweight.)
SO: Yes it rules, but not in tandem with a screen protector. If you're gonna use the protector, get the Targus stylus. If not, YOU CAN'T GO WRONG WITH THE POGO!!!
(PS: My friend says: 'If you are gonna use the Pogo alot, make sure you keep your screen clean of oil from your nasty dirty fingers. Them piddys got gunk on em that clog up the pogo's mesh tip and make it work less efficiently over time. You have done been warned.)
This stylus' earlier version worked but it was short and had no real way to keep it near by without putting it in your pocket, the clip it came with was made to fit an iphone as opposed to an ipod touch.
This one how ever features a pen clip and a hole at the very top to string a lanyard to, which i have done.
I absolutely love this stylus and i would recommend it to anyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This stylus worked pretty well when I first bought it. Over time though, the rubber tip started to wear down and writing on my iPad was not as easy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Regina Davis
My husband has large fingers, and really wanted something to use for his iPad. I loaned him my Stylus that I had for my iPhone, and he loved it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by DC
Glydes easily and long lasting service. Dark plastic tip stylus loose their glyding propertiesPublished 16 months ago by Ricardo Estrada
Very cheap design, the felt on the tip came off way too easily. Only lasted for a few days, but wasn't worth the time or effort to return. Save your money.Published 18 months ago by Baden