Ten1 Pogo Sketch Stylus for iPad review
If you are an iPad fan you may have seen an increasing number of impressive, richly meticulous drawings and paintings created solely on Apple's tablet device. Evan acclaimed British artist David Hockney, now in his seventies, is creating new work on his iPad. Such artistic flair, detail and precision are not always created by fingers alone, with a Stylus offering greater control over your artistic endeavours.
Enter the Ten1 Pogo Sketch Stylus for iPad, which the UK distributor insists is used by many a small screen artist. Slim and lightweight, a soft padded tip interacts with the touchscreen to produce more accurate mark making, particularly with well-reviewed drawing apps such as Brushes. Thankfully the actual iPad remains mark and smudge free during use, and may even help germs from spreading when frequently shared.
The design allows for drawing at almost any angle and offers some subtlety and variation in your work, although is limited by the lack of Wacom tablet levels of pressure sensitively currently missing natively with the iPad. Along with the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, the makers note the Stylus can also be used with the Trackpad found on Apple's MacBook range. In the UK the Ten1 Pogo Sketch Stylus is available from GearZap.com.
The Ten1 Pogo Sketch Stylus for iPad is not only a useful accessory for creative folk, but is ideal for anyone who wants greater control over Apple's touchscreen devices. Neat, lightweight and comfortable, it’s also a practical Stylus for keeping your screen smudge and sweat free.