Griffin Stylus for iPad full review
The Griffin Stylus for iPad is a small, slimline pen-like device, which helps ensure you interact with your Apple device with greater accuracy and dexterity. Supplied with a rather tactile Omni-directional tip, it's a pleasurable experience, especially on a winter's night with a cold iPad in hand. The Stylus also helps keep your iPad free of the marks and smudges associated with greasy or sweaty hands, and may actually prevent the spread of nasty diseases when devices are frequently shared.
Griffin notes that the Stylus can be used with just about any activity associated with the iPad, from typing emails, searching Google, scrolling through photos and gaming. However, it really comes into its own when working creatively. Photo editing, drawing and painting are a real joy using the Stylus, with a precision missing from using your finger's alone.
If you want to see what's possible creatively with the Griffin Stylus, YouTube and other video sites having plenty of examples showing the level of control and precision possible working on an iPad, especially with creative apps such as the excellent Brushes. The Stylus includes an integrated clip that attaches to a pocket in your bag or a pencil loop in your iPad case, but can still be easily mislaid without care. The Griffin Stylus has a SRP of £14.99 and is available from Currys.