Pogo Sketch Pro stylus looks at iDevices
Heard of Ten One Design before? No? Well, mark this day down in your calendars, boys and girls, as today will be the first time your ears and eyes come across the name of Ten One Design. They are the creators of the first capacitive touch-screen stylus for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, and their latest tool to grace the market would be the Pogo Sketch Pro.
This is a sleek paintbrush-like capacitive touchscreen stylus that will merge together the wonders of a natural, ergonomic grip, boasting new patent pending Pro Tip technology as well as a balanced unibody aluminum handle that ensures both professionals as well as novice digital painters are able to express themselves in a more powerful way.
The advanced Pro Tip technology will comprise of patterned structures that are located within the tip itself, which in turn results in greater sensitivity not to mention an even smaller tip diameter for superior precision. It has been machined from a single piece of purified aluminum, where the solid construction of this device offers a natural weight that users will appreciate. Not only that, there is a rubber grip thrown into the mix to deliver greater control and comfort whenever you are inspired to draw or paint into the wee hours of the morning. Sweaty palms? No problem, as it the rubber grip would certainly come in handy.
The Pogo Sketch Pro will retail for $24.95 a pop if you are interested, and don’t worry about the planet since you need not throw the Pogo Sketch Pro after a prolonged time of use – after all, it has replaceable tips to help you out in this department. Expect to bring home the Pogo Sketch Pro for some drawing and painting fun this October. If you’re a digital artist, just what kind of stylus do you use at the moment? I do hope to see more and more artwork appear on the Internet that was conjured over the iPhone, iPod touch and most of all, the iPad and its sequel, since that model has the largest screen estate among the three.