Ten One design announces Pogo Connect Bluetooth 4.0 pressure-sensitive stylus

Ten One design, makers of one of our favorite stylus pens, the Pogo Sketch Pro, have just announced their next generation product -- the Pogo Connect, complete with Bluetooth 4.0 pressure sensitivity.

The first-of-its-kind Pogo Connect sports a wild new patent pending technology the company calls a Crescendo Sensor, making the tip highly responsive to pressure and recognizing even the slightest touch. With zero grams of activation force, Crescendo Sensor works at all angles and requires absolutely no calibration, providing hundreds of levels of pressure. Plus, the solid state design means no moving parts, making the stylus incredibly reliable.

Apps will have to integrate support for the Pogo Connect, and 12 already have, including Brushes, PDF Pen, and Procreate, with more on the way, including Paper and Noteshelf.

The Pogo Connect will be available for pre-order on October 1, 2012 for $79.95. The first 2,000 buyers will get a special edition version with a blue tiger inspired laser-engravraving. Want to know more? Hit the link below!

Source: Pogo Connect

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Ten One design announces Pogo Connect Bluetooth 4.0 pressure-sensitive stylus

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Interested to see the review on this when they do come out. 80 bucks for a stylus seems a bit much, but maybe this thing will be worth it. I've been looking for a good stylus to take notes at work and just can't find one I like using regularly.