Jaja is an Entire Electronic Pencil Case in One Cord-Free Implement

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 14, 2012 • References: kickstarter & gizmag
There is a great deal to rave about where the Jaja Stylus is concerned, offering digital artists and avid doodlers the means to make expressive drawings on their tablets. Unlike many of the other hi-tech implements on the market, this one boasts improved sensitivity, ergonomics and fingertip control over colors and various functions.

Jon Atherton of Silicon Spark has been working on this remarkable iPad stylus to give even the most dextrous and precise of sketchers the means to produce something more than clumsy cartoons. A built-in speaker allows the Jaja Stylus to communicate with any brand of tablet by means of human-inaudible sound, eliminating a need for bothersome cords. A ball-socket tip distinguishes 1,024 levels of pressure for different strokes and a pair of buttons enable you to change to a different ink color or to an eraser with efficiency and ease. Stats for Pressure-Sensitive Tablet Pens Trending: Older & Buzzing
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