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Jot Touch

01/28/13  |  Posted by Reid Jacobs  |  Posted in Digital Canvas - Apps & Accessories

Designed and created by Adonit, Jot Touch is the newest way to interact with your touch screen device! This stylus features the smallest pen tip on the market and a one-of-a-kind “transparent precision disc” so you can see exactly were your next mark will be. Jot touch has also been equipped with palm rejection, put an end to stray marks from your palm, other fingers, or even clothing! When Jot Touch is being used, this program will only allow your app to register the commands made by the stylus and not from your shirt strings. Jot Touch contains the Bluetooth update to 4.0. This update means that Jot Touch can pick up 2,000 different levels of pressure sensitivity when you make a stroke. This amount of sensitivity allows for extreme control over thick and thin lines! But, just like any wireless product, the charge in Jot Touch will run low after about one month of normal use. Just plug in the USB adapter to a power source and wait about 15 minuets for the batteries to be fully recharged. Adonit gives the option of buying replacement parts for the Jot Touch as well! Replace everything from the “transparent precision disc,” to the 4.0 Bluetooth sensor or send in your Jot Touch and have Adonit replace it for you. Jot Touch is available for purchase at the Adonit online store.

Prices range from $15.99 – $89.99

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