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Stylus And Balpoint In One

author Posted by: George on date Jul 3rd, 2012 | filed Filed under: iPad, iPhone / iPod Touch

Stylus And Balpoint In One

So you got a smartphone or a tablet and you like use it with a stylus.

But you also still write on paper and need an ball-point pen for that.

So until now you carried around two pens one to write on paper and one to write on your iPad.

My advice stop doing that and start going for one solution.

This ballpoint pen has a pen on one side just like you are used to and the top of the pen is a stylus that can be used on any capacitive screen.

So it doesn’t matter if you got the new Nexus 7 tablet or the Motorola Xoom and it doesn’t matter if you use and iPhone 4S or and HTC One because it will work on all of them.

So if you like less stuff in your pockets and not spend a fortune then come see this 2 In One Ballpoint Pen And Stylus.

Dust Plug MicroStylus

author Posted by: George on date Jun 4th, 2012 | filed Filed under: iPad, iPhone / iPod Touch

Dust Plug MicroStylus

Is carrying a stylus not very practical because they are big and bulky?

No worries there is a solution for that.

This stylus is tiny and stores in any 3.5″ headphone jack.

And this quality stylus works fine on any capacitive touch surfaces that is used by most smartphones and tablets.

So you iPhone, iPad, Droid, Blackberry or Samsung Galaxy device can all enjoy this tiny stylus.

And besides being an amazing stylus for on the go it also block the headphone port so that dust can’t enter.

Come read about all the details about this Dust Plug MicroStylus.

Quill Stylus

author Posted by: George on date Nov 7th, 2011 | filed Filed under: iPad, iPhone / iPod Touch

Quill stylus for iphone, smartphone or tablet

Old meets new with this stylus that looks like a quill.

If you still want to write the old fashion way with a pen like device then why not bring back the real old influences from the time of quill’s?

This stylus looks like a quill but then with a stylus tip. This stylus can be used on devices like the iPhone, iPad, Xoom, playbook and most other modern touch screen devices.

Of course this is the perfect gift for a person who likes to write. And at a price that is below 2 dollars including shipping you just can get much cheaper.

And this quill stylus comes in 6 different colors so that it will match you needs.

Get ready to write on your tablet or smartphone with the Quill Stylus.

elago Retractable Stylus

author Posted by: George on date Apr 29th, 2011 | filed Filed under: (home)Office

elago retractable stylus for tablets and smartphones

If you are thinking about getting a stylus for you smartphone or tablet but don’t want the big hassle of carrying it but also don’t want a cheap not really working stylus then maybe this is the answer.

elago has a nice small but retractable stylus that would work great with you iPhone, Galaxy tab, Playbook, iPad, Xoom and many others.

And because it is small it will be easy to use. It has a rubber tip that makes working for the right working on your touch screen.

It comes with a cap that has a little string so that you can connect it to a loop hole on your phone or tablet.

The elago stylus comes in loads of different colors so that it will match with your preference.

Go check out the elago Retractable Stylus.

Hard Candy Cases iPad Stylus

author Posted by: George on date Mar 7th, 2011 | filed Filed under: iPad

Hard Candy Cases stylus for iPad2 and other tablets

If you are looking for a sexy stylus for your tablet then you found it. This stylus from Hard Candy Cases is Sexy.

The Stylus looks like a nice and shiny cigar. But it is better then a cigar it is a pen and a stylus. If you remove a cap (one on each side) you find or the pen or the stylus. Unfortunately there is no way in telling what you are gone find because there is no marking on it.

Weight wise this stylus is heavy but in my use it does not bother me as it fits nicely in my hand. So it has a pen, how does it write?

For me the pen works fine good flow of ink and a great fit in my hand. But if you don’t like then you could replace it with a Parker Pen Refillwitch fits perfectly.

OK now the stylus. In the past I tried a couple of cheap once witch all have a hard top and i have to say they where terrible. The Hard Candy Cases Stylus is different. First of all the top is much bigger and it’s not hard. The stylus tip is flexible so you can change the pressure you put on it and get the right feel very easy.

I only tried the stylus on my iPad and my iPhone and both work great with this stylus but it should work just as well with all those new tablets coming to market.

So do I use it? Not really normally I just use my finger to use my iPad but if i want to draw something I get the stylus out. But I now only have one thing on my desk and use the pen of this Stylus daily and i am happy to not have to have extra things cluttering my desk.

One thing that is a downside in my view and that is that the Hard Candy Cases stylus is round because now it roles everywhere nothing to keep it in place.

Final thought. would I buy this stylus again if i know what i know now?

Yes i would ok i use it way less then i expected but it’s there when i want to use it and it works great. Having the pen build in is a huge plus for me. I recommend this product to anyone who is thinking about getting a Stylus for there iPad it just works.

Go check what other people think of this Hard Candy Cases iPad Stylus.

iPhone Stylus

author Posted by: George on date Mar 24th, 2008 | filed Filed under: (home)Office, iPad, iPhone / iPod Touch

iphone stylus

With the Apple iPhone getting more popular everyday some people want to use something else then their fingers to use the touch screen of their iPhone.

And now they can. Not like the normal PDA stylus things that don’t work on the iPhone 3G now there is one specially made for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Check this cool stylus out at .

update: This stylus is of course also great for your iPad. Can you imagine how handy this stylus can be when you try to draw things on your iPad?