After years of practically being forgotten, the stylus is enjoying a revival in popularity. The company that introduced the first capacitive stylus will soon be releasing what may be the first touch sensitive Bluetooth stylus. Originally coded named the Blue Tiger, Ten One Design’s latest creation is the Pogo Connect. Featuring what Ten One has named the Crescendo Sensor, this stylus recognizes hundreds of levels of pressure at all angles, which will allow artists more control than previously allowed with regular styluses. Powered by one AAA battery which will last for months, the stylus already has support built into twelve drawing apps, with more to come. The Pogo Connect will be available for pre-order starting Oct.1 for $79.95. I wonder if I’ll get this stylus before I get my Kickstarter backed JaJa stylus…?
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