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LYNKtec TruGlide Pro Precision Stylus & Paintbrush Tip Bundle review

on Thursday, October 17th, 2013

The LYNKtec TruGlide Pro Precision Stylus is a stylus with interchangeable tips. It can switch from having a traditional style tip to a paintbrush tip with actual bristles. LYNKtec sent me the TruGlide Pro Precision Stylus & Paintbrush Tip Bundle which includes both tips and a handy storage tin. Let’s take a quick look.


The new Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus can take the pressure

on Saturday, October 12th, 2013

The Intuos Creative Stylus from Wacom is a capacitive stylus for the iPad 3, 4, iPad mini and newer iOS tablets, which will recognize up to 2048 levels of pressure. When used with a compatible application like Wacom’s own Bamboo Paper or Sketchbook Pro from Autodesk, pressure on the pen’s nib will translate into thicker orRead More…


Ten One Design’s Pogo Connect stylus now has interchangeable tips

on Saturday, September 7th, 2013

Earlier this summer I posted a review of Ten One Design’s Pogo Connect stylus. This isn’t an ordinary stylus. It’s a battery powered, Bluetooth enabled stylus that pairs with certain iOS devices and provides varying line widths depending on the pressure exerted on the tip. Unlike the vast majority of capacitive styluses on the market,Read More…


Inka Mobile + Stylus lets you write or tap while on the go

on Sunday, August 18th, 2013
Posted in: Gear, News, Styluses

You’ll always have a pen and a stylus ready for action with the Niteize Inka Mobile Pen + Stylus. This dual ended writing instrument features a nylon and carbon fiber body with a carabiner clip on one end. One end has a capacitive stylus tip and the opposite end has a blue ballpoint pen. ButRead More…

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You won’t get bamboozled with the Bamboo Stylus mini

on Saturday, August 17th, 2013
Posted in: Gear, News, Pocket Gear, Styluses

I must admit that I love to use a stylus when I am using my iPhone, iPad or even my iPod Touch. The problem I usually have when I want to use a stylus is that I can never find one when I need one. I have several but they are just not around whenRead More…

BIC Tech Stylus 2-in-1 Pen giveaway!

on Monday, August 12th, 2013
Posted in: News, Styluses

A few days ago we posted a review of the BIC Tech Stylus 2-in-1 Pen and now thanks to BIC you have a chance to win one! All you have to do is post a quick comment about what you like and don’t like about The Gadgeteer. Full contest details after the break.


BIC Tech Stylus 2-in-1 Pen review

on Saturday, August 10th, 2013

I am a big fan of tablets for my everyday reading of news, setting reminders, and writing down notes.  I’ve tried a couple of styluses back when I owned my first iPad, and I continue to try them for my Nexus 7.  I also enjoy a good old-fashioned pen when I need to write downRead More…


And now for something completely different – a stylus and flash drive combo!

on Thursday, August 8th, 2013
Posted in: Gear, News, Styluses

I’ve seen a stylus combined with an ink pen, and I’ve seen styluses that plug into the 30-pin connector of an Apple iOS device, but I’ve never seen this combination before.  The APOTOP Touch Disk 32GB External Storage USB 2.0 Flash Drive  is a stubby little capacitive stylus that has a 32GB flash drive inRead More…

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AER Infinity 3-in-1 stylus has 3 times the function in one small package

on Saturday, July 6th, 2013

Do you need a portable stylus? How about a portable smartphone stand? Can’t find that flash drive? What if you could have all three devices in one cool gadget? The AER Infinity promises to be such a product. The AER Infinity is a 3-in-1 gadget that functions as a stylus, a smartphone stand, and aRead More…


Ten One Design Pogo Connect Bluetooth 4.0 stylus review

on Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

If you enjoy drawing, doodling and even writing with a stylus on your iPad, you will be interested in learning more about the Pogo Connect Bluetooth 4.0 stylus from Ten One Design. The Pogo Connect is a capacitive stylus with super powers. When used with a certain selection of drawing and note taking apps, lineRead More…


Nyon Estylo stylus review

on Saturday, May 4th, 2013

When you’re in the product review biz like we are around here, you know there are going to be some lemons mixed in with the diamonds. But it’s even more disappointing when you spend your own money on something and it turns out to be a dud. That’s what happened to me when I recentlyRead More…


Forget styluses! Use a Sharpie on your capacitive touchscreen tablet!

on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
Posted in: Gear, News, Styluses

Here’s a stylus that will turn heads.  Instead of those short, skinny styluses that cause your fingers to cramp up, add a Stylus Cap from More/Real to your Sharpie.  Sharpies are a good size to hold comfortably, and the added stylus cap means you’ll be able to use it with your tablet or smart phoneRead More…


Are you a sucker for a good stylus? Or is your stylus a sucker?

on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013
Posted in: Gear, News, Styluses

In the earlier days of PDAs and other small handheld devices, everything had a stylus and everything had a silo to hold it when you weren’t using it.  Most tablets and smartphones today don’t come with a stylus, and you’re left trying to find a way to keep up with it if you use one.Read More…


WHITE STONE The Stylus ARCPEN review

on Sunday, April 7th, 2013

Trying to choose your perfect stylus is a tough task due to the huge variety of capacitive styluses to choose from. There are tiny ones like the MicroStylus that stores in your device’s headphone jack to long ones like the Joy Factory Monet Stylus that looks more like a drumstick than a stylus. I think theRead More…


iClooly Elite Multi Touch Stylus Pen works with capacitive and resistive screens and paper, too

on Monday, April 1st, 2013
Posted in: Gear, News, Styluses

Julie reviewed the iClooly Multi-Touch Pen for iPad some time ago (see related links).  That stylus had a hard tip for a resistive screen and a brush tip for capacitive screens.  Since then, iClooly has introduced their Elite Multi Touch Stylus Pen.  This pen still has the hard resistive tip, but the brush has been changedRead More…

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Tech meets fashion with the Flaxus wearable mobile device stylus

on Monday, March 18th, 2013

Do you like to use a stylus with your mobile devices but never have one handy? Do you like to look hip and trendy? Do you like your accessories to be functional as well as fashionable? Then the Flaxus by AEGLO, a current Kicksarter project may be just the stylus for you. The Flaxus combinesRead More…


MobileFun Ultimate Nexus 7 Accessory Pack review

on Friday, March 8th, 2013

With the exception of my cellphone, no other gadget spends more time in my hand than my Nexus 7. I use it for gaming, email, web surfing, social media engagement, music, videos, RSS reader, Skyping, and as a bedtime alarm clock. I am always looking for accessories for it.  Kinda like those people who areRead More…


White Stone ARCPEN – Handmade luxury stylus

on Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

The White Stone ARCPEN is a handmade solid wood stylus for capacitive touch screens. It has a luxury high-end look and is available in 3 finishes including Bubinga, Maple Cherry and Maple White with an ergonomic chrome plated grip and a silicone tip. Included with the stylus is a leather case that will protect it when itRead More…


Does this stylus look familiar to you?

on Friday, February 15th, 2013

I like fancy, expensive pens more than is good for me, but I have to admit that few pens I’ve used can rival the smooth ink lay-down of those iconic Bic pens.  A  medium-point, clear barrel Bic with blue ink is my absolute favorite for doodling.  This Classic Pen Stylus from SUCK UK (I know,Read More…


It’s a pen, it’s a pencil, it’s a stylus. No, it’s the Stylex 3-in-1 writing tool

on Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
Posted in: Crowdfunded, Gear, News, Styluses

I am forever on the search for a perfect multi-pen stylus combination, and the Stylex 3-in-1 Writing Tool, a current Kickstarter project by Dexterous, may be the one of my dreams. The Stylex 3-in-1 writing tool combines a stylus, a ball point pen, and a 0.5mm mechanical pencil into a single pen, allowing the user toRead More…


Nomad Brush Nomad FLeX capacitive paintbrush stylus review

on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

The Nomad FLeX is the newest capacitive paintbrush stylus to be offered by Nomad Brush. I reviewed their original Compose Dual Tip paintbrush stylus a couple years ago and found it to offer a better painting experience when compared to a normal stylus. If you enjoy creating art on your iPad, Android or other tablet,Read More…


IPEVO Telescoping Stylus review

on Sunday, January 13th, 2013

I’m a heavy iPad user and always carry it around with me during meetings for when I need to pull up a document to show the employees.  Most of the time I just prop up the iPad and point to a chart.  The problem with that is that it leaves a whole bunch of uglyRead More…


Finga Pocketable 2-in-1Touch Stylus and Eject Pin

on Tuesday, November 13th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, News, Pocket Gear, Styluses

Winter is coming, and a girl’s thoughts turn to “how am I going to answer my smartphone while wearing gloves?”  With the Finga Pocketable 2-in-1 Touch Stylus and Eject Pin, you won’t have to worry.  Just carry the Finga on your keychain or attached to your phone, and you’ll have a handy, ergonomically-designed stylus at theRead More…


Lunatik Chubby is a stylus you can wrap your hand around

on Friday, November 9th, 2012

Lunatik originally came on the gadget scene with their iPad nano watch straps. They’ve since expanded to offer capacitive styluses. The latest of which is the Chubby. Made of high-grade silicone rubber, the Chubby features a soft touch grip suitable for large and small hands. Available in your choice of 5 colors, the Lunatik Chubby is affordableRead More…


ANicelyDone Stylus Handpad Review

on Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

If you enjoy drawing, doodling or note taking with a stylus on your tablet, you’ve probably run into the issue of not being able to rest your entire hand on the display while drawing. Although some note taking and drawing apps have a palm rejection feature, most do not. For those that don’t, I haveRead More…