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Griffin Stylus for iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch

Released on 06 December 2010

Manufacturer: griffin

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Stylus for iPad
Greater control on any touchscreen, More control as you write, sketch, tap and drag on your iPad, iPhone or any touchscreen.
Griffin's Stylus is a balanced pointer with a soft rubber tip custom designed to mimic your finger. The omni-directional tip adapts to any writing style and doesn't care whether you're left-handed or right-handed. Keeps your touchscreen free of fingerprints and smudges as it gives increased control over any touchscreen operation. Perfect for sketching, drawing, gaming and photography apps, or any use where you need a finer degree of control than your finger can offer. Stylus includes an integrated clip that attaches to a pocket in your bag or a pencil loop in your iPad case.
  • High-sensitivity, omni-directional point won't scratch or smudge your touchscreen
  • Great for right- and left-handed writers
  • Integrated clip attaches to strap, pocket or a pencil loop in your iPad case
  • Use with any app for greater comfort and control

customer Reviews

 Average rating (2 reviews)

 Its OK...doesn't make the iPad a proper tablet though

| | See all BC2009's reviews (4)

Id looked at a number of different styluses for use with my iPad, and according to the reviews; this is one of the best.
For 9 quid I went for it....

Firstly, its more accurate than using your finger, but its still difficult to write clearly with. Im using the Wacom Paper App and although it IS possible to jot down a few notes, you couldnt use it extensively.
I wanted to use my iPad as a bit of a journal\notepad but, its just not meant to be.

Saying that, the problem isnt with this stylus (or any other). Its the way the actual iPads screen works. Its capacitive, so doesnt work like a laptop tablet, or old HP iPaq.

So, for 9 pounds its...ok. I'll probably use it just for a bit of fun and the odd doodle. Its weighty enough, although a bit short.
Looks good clipped to the side of my iPad case tho!

 A very good stylus for the iPad.

| | See all Earthen's reviews (2)

The Griffin stylus is very nice to use when using drawing apps on the iPad. My first stylus and I'm impressed. Will work when you hold the stylus at an angle which helps with drawing.