A lover of lists and deadlines, Anna Attkisson covers apps, social networking and accessories. She's proud to say she loves each and every one of her phablet, three tablets, three laptops and desktop. She joined the Laptop Mag staff in 2007, after working at Time Inc. Content Solutions where she created custom publications for companies from American Express to National Parks Foundation.
Disappointing review. I expected to see some others styluses here, such as Adonit (especially with their new Bluetooth model) and some interesting ones from Kickstarter in the Cosmonaut and the new HAND.
I was looking for a stylus with dual function. My only problem is that I have tried stylus with rubber tips and very simply, they’re not for me. They’re too noisy, you need to apply too much pressure and their life is very short.
I kept researching and I found a stylus called The Writers Dream from Stylus-R-Us. Even better than I was expecting. It’s a pen and the stylus part, telescopes. This was a great function for me because I can use it with my iPad as well as with my touch screen computer. The best, the tip is not rubber and you do not need to use any pressure at all.
Like Tani W., I’m also not a big fan of rubber-tipped styluses. I really like the TruGlide stylus from LYNKtec! The tip on that stylus is made from microfiber instead of the usual rubber. It works very well and really does just “glide” across the screen. Great stylus!