IPEVO Telescoping Stylus review

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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 ugly fingerprints, plus it doesn’t look as professional when using the finger to point at something.  Ipevo’s Telescoping Stylus sounded like a great idea for me to use.

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he Telescoping Stylus is made from solid bronze and weighs 0.75 ounce (21 grams).  It has a great feel and weight to it.

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The unextended length of the stylus is 5.4″.  It’s a decent length to use to write or draw on the iPad.

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The full extended length of the stylus is 15.2″.  This turns the stylus to a great wand pointer to use during presentations.

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The problem that I had with the Telescoping Stylus is with the tip.  The tip is way too soft for my liking.  Also the tip stays deformed if I apply too much pressure on it.  It would be better if their next version has a harder tip.

The Telescoping Stylus costs $19 direct from IPEVO.

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Product Information

Price:$19
Manufacturer:IPEVO
Pros:
  • 15.2" wand pointer
  • Great weight and feel
Cons:
  • Tip too soft

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