|I found this product when looking for myself, but I'm sure there are some students, teachers and parents that would find it very helpful as well! I was jotting down notes on my iPad and was struggling to make my already messy handwriting legible with the soft tipped capacitive stylus I had. I started to google to see if I could find a pointy stylus that worked on the iPad. Most pointy styluses are for resistive screens, not the capacitive screen that the iPod/iPad/iPhone have. I wasn't sure if a pointy stylus existed that would work on a screen that required a "touch". |
Just when I was about to give up I came across DAGi styluses. I have had mine for about a week now and I can't say enough good things about it. It is a fine point stylus that works on my iPad! It would also work on other resistive screens (iPod, iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire, NOOK, and a lot of Android phones/tablets.)
HINT: When I'm writing I find it easier to wear a glove, or to pull my long sleeves down a bit to cover my hand so my own hand leaning on the screen doesn't mess up the writing. You can be careful not to touch your hand to the screen but it is less comfortable.
If you just need to make large lines (like tracing letters) I would suggest going with some cheap styluses, but if you need to draw or do fine handwriting, this is defiantly the way to go!