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06 April, 2012

8 Handy Tablet Styluses to Boost Your Creativity

8 Handy Tablet Styluses to Boost Your Creativity
by Stephanie Buck on Mashable

Studio Neat designed the Cosmonaut as an alternative to all the pen-like styli already out there. This crayon-inspired stylus works with nearly every capacitive touchscreen device, and is great for the kids.
Price: $25

This stylus pen features a precision disc at the tip, which gives the user "the freedom to write or sketch like you’re used to," at any angle.
The Pro resides in a line of Jot styli that also includes the Jot Classic and the Jot Mini, among others.
Price: $29.99

Touted as lightweight and ergonomic, the Bamboo comes in six festive colors. Use it to write or sketch on the iPad.
Price: $29.95

Speaking of colors, the Griffin stylus mimics your fingertip with its cushioned tip.
Price: $19.99

Amazon's stylus is compatible with Kindle Fire, iPad, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab and BlackBerry PlayBook.
Amazon promises its product is "perfect for the ladies out there who have their nails done, or for those who don't want to take their gloves off during a cold day."
Price: $11.01

LunaTik Touch Pen marries the traditional rollerball with modern stylus technology. Like any other pen, click the top to actually write on paper. Un-click and use the tip of the stylus to write on your tablet.
The pen comes in both alloy and polymer.
Price: Pre-order for April 2012, $39.95

Nomad is already a well-established brand for tablet paintbrushes. The dual-tip Nomad Compose (left) is made of natural and synthetic capacitive fibers.
Price: $18-$39

Although it won't be available until May, the Sensu Paintbrush is both an iPad stylus and a capacitive paintbrush. The brush was designed and manufactured by Artist Hardware, a design consultancy that has studied paintbrush craftsmanship for years.
Price: Available May 2012, $34.95

Whether you’re sick of getting fingerprints all over your iPad or you want to get seriously creative, try a stylus for your tablet.

The above styli range from crayon-like to paintbrush-inspired. One even doubles as a ballpoint pen. Most of the gadgets are compatible with nearly any capacitive touchscreen, so you don’t necessarily have to own the latest and greatest iPad. (That’s the newest iPad’s name, right?)

Which stylus is your favorite? Know of any others you’d add to the list? Or do you prefer your fingertip only? Let us know your stylus thoughts in the comments below.

Source: Mashable

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