Ten One Design announces Pogo Sketch Plus capacitive stylus for iPhone and iPad

Ten One Design announces Pogo Sketch Plus capacitive stylus for iPhone and iPad

Ten One Design has just announced their latest and greatest capacitive stylus for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch -- the Pogo Sketch Plus. What makes this newer, better version so newer and better?

This sleek capacitive touchscreen stylus features new patent pending Pro Tip technology that consists of patterned structures within the tip itself, which provides greater sensitivity while providing an even smaller tip diameter for superior precision. Typing, navigating and drawing have never been easier! For added portability, Pogo Sketch Plus also has a useful pocket clip to secure in place for on-the-go travel.

Both size and consistency of contact have been challenging on capacitive screens like the iPhone and iPad. It will be interesting to see how this new approach works.

Source: Ten One Design


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Glenn#IM says:

Notice the site stated screen protectors not supported. Most folks have screen proctoctors of some sort. Got an idea Georgia, use several types of stylus with different screen protectors, to see which are the best.

Winski says:

I just tested the Wacom Bamboo and The Pogo Sketch PRO. With an iPad 2 WITH A ZAGG SCREEN PROTECTOR INSTALLED...
1) the Wacom Bamboo is still here and doing fine....
2) the Pogo Sketch Pro was sent back for complete failure - IMMEDIATELY.... Both tips.... Nothing..
F Y I...

OrionAntares#CB says:

At least it might still be good for Gorilla glass screens since you don't need a screen protector on them.

StuckInSnow says:

I've seen GG screens crack/shatter/scratch too. No matter what they tell you in the Apple store, you should probably protect your investment.

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