HAND-Stylus

Touchscreen devices are fantastic… until you try to get detailed with a finger drawing. It’s too fat. It’s always too fat. You just can’t get the precise lines you want with pointer and we don’t like it. So we bought a stylus. It’s still fat, or the nib broke off, or you have to push down really hard to get the iPad to recognize it or it looks like it was designed by a four year old. Until now. Steve King’s HAND Stylus looks similar to a very well made version of the clicky pen you probably have sitting on your desk right now, but it clicks to reveal a slim stylus tip. It’s made out of anodized aluminum, is available in a bunch of colors and, because the tip is retractable, won’t collect pocket or break when you forget where it is.

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