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From Triple-Threat Styluses to Motion-Controlled Tablet Pens

 - Jan 8, 2013
Touchscreen devices offer some seriously fun and productive abilities and the addition of a stylus to the mix can help make the experience even more precise. A touchscreen stylus uses an electro-conductive material to simulate a fingertip, which can aid graphic designers or even arts in creating digital works of art. The handy little pencil-like devices are compatible with any touchscreen device ranging from smartphones to tablets and are effective for on-the-go lifestyles that require precision taps.

The devices are also excellent for cold weather conditions when you're wearing gloves and don't want to remove them to use your iDevice. Additionally, there have been a number of new styluses on the market that come with interchangeable heads to create a different effect with each one; a brush stroke with the brush head or a thin line with the pen tip.