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Pressure sensitive stylus from Adonit, a million iPad artists cry out in joy!

Serenity from Macworld recently got to test drive Jot Touch, a brand new pressure sensitive iPad stylus from Adonit, she came away rather impressed with this sub $100 Bluetooth stylus. Pressure sensitivity is pretty much the most sought-after feature amongst iPad artists and this solution from Adonit could have many us giggling with excitement when it launches this March.

We'll bring you more details as we get them, but the important standout features are its 200 levels of pressure sensitivity via the spring-tip mechanism, Bluetooth connectivity and the free software development kit for integrating support for the stylus into any iOS app.

Source: Macworld

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The Adonis stylus can't be used in plane mode since it uses Bluetooth. Our new Kickstarter project uses high frequency sound, and has 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, plus two configurable buttons. Take a look here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jonatherton/jaja-worlds-first-pressure-sensitive-stylus-for-ip

January 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJon Atherton

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