One of the great virtues of the iPad is its user custom experience. The simplicity of operation of the interface, different ways of interacting with the content or use proximity with notepads, books or sketchbooks are definitely some elements that enrich the user experience.
However, they have had to take several years before the design industry and technology has been able to offer a good stylus to enhance the experience of writing and drawing with the iPad. So far, most of stylus is limited to incorporate a wide and soft to the point of a pen tip. Thus, the line offered little precision was difficult to produce a text as that could create a sheet of paper.
Fortunately, the stylus and have evolved in the market are getting better proposals with which to work. In this sense we present a choice of three stylus that deserve our attention:
1) Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition Stylus
This stylus by Adonit has been developed in collaboration with Evernote. One of the main virtues of this stylus has at its tip, which is only 1,9mm like most pens. Thus high accuracy is achieved in both writing and drawing, reaching the same user experience that would have to write on a notebook. Penultimate used in addition to (app to take handwritten notes inside the Evernote family), you can use other complementary tools that facilitate writing.
2) Fifty Three Stylus
This stylus is the modern version of a carpenter's pencil. The tip is specially designed to make fine lines in the iPad, giving special atenció those who will use it more to draw than to write. The main added value of this stylus is found in such a natural performance that even allows us to support our hands on the iPad, without altering the stroke of the pen. This stylus is also combined with the app 53, a sketchbook that incorporates very good tools. When they work together, we can use the eraser on the back of the stylus, or use your finger as Smudger, entered several additional options. In the next updates this stylus allow you to alter the stroke depending on the inclination that we give.
This stylus in a distinct idea to the other; in the same way that the iPad is not the same as a sheet of paper, a pen for iPad has to be something different, something innovative. Cosmonaut is made of rubber alumnio inside and out, reaching a considerable thickness. In fact it looks very much like a thick pen in size and stroke. This stylus features make it a strong candidate for stylus for children, especially for younger working better with rather large pencils and crayons.