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    IPad & Ipod Touch Stylus

    Hello good people!

    I'm getting myself a Ipod Touch. I've been looking all over for a stylus with a thin tip, like on a pen. All i can find is the Pogo stylus
    ( http://www.tenonedesign.com/stylus.php ) and others like it with a broad tip. Which doesn't look like is good for much detail. Is there no stylus with a thin tip for the Ipad/Ipod? If so, where?

    Please share your experience with any stylus you have on the Ipad/Ipod

    Many thanks!

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    Make your own, it's gona be better that 95% of what it's out there... I love to answer things 1 year later...

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    Actually I like the iFarady ones. The artist one with the standard/light touch is nice. There is a firm one, but I really like the former.

    http://ifaraday.com/

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    The the Adonit Jot. http://adonit.net/product/jot/

    I use it along with my bamboo and it works really great for detail work. I still use the bamboo because the rubber is smoother and less sticky than the griffen/targus stylus and is a bit more responsive than the Jot in some sketching programs (Brushes, and Inspire Pro in particular).

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    Tbh, I think that the ipod touch screens are too small for drawing efficiently (but useful for making quick sketches/notes) ...

    Wacom has made a stylus for the ipad as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gateau View Post
    Tbh, I think that the ipod touch screens are too small for drawing efficiently (but useful for making quick sketches/notes) ...

    Wacom has made a stylus for the ipad as well.
    They have, but don't expect it to be pressure sensitive or have special features over other ones. It doesn't - it just has its brand name. No stylus can create pressure sensitivity for the ipod/ipad. It's something Apple has to allow on the device itself and so far has shown no interest in doing so.

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    Been loving my Pogo Sketch pro.

    http://tenonedesign.com/sketchpro.php

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