Adonit Stories July 6

Using a stylus with your smart device, be it iPhone, iPad, Android, or even touch screen laptop, is one of the best ways to get accurate touch input. Apple has its official Apple Pencil for the iPad, and Google has its Pixel Pen for the Pixel Book, but if you don’t have either of those devices, then a standard stylus is your best bet.

Adonit announced its Snap 2 Fine Point Bluetooth Stylus today and it comes with a unique button that could be handy for users: a remote shutter. This will let you trigger the camera of your smartphone or tablet, giving you an easy way to capture a picture without physically touching your device.

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Adonit Stories April 24

expiredAdonit Dash 3 Aluminum Fine Point Stylus for iOS/Android hits Amazon low at $30 (Reg. $40+)

Amazon is offering the Adonit Dash 3 Fine Point Precision Stylus for iOS/Android in black at $29.99 shipped. Adonit sells Dash 3 for $50, but it fetches closer to $40 at Amazon and B&H. This is the lowest price we have tracked on any color and the best price we can find. You can see it in action below. Rated 4+ stars.

Adonit Stories January 12, 2015

expiredAdonit Jot Touch Pixelpoint Bluetooth LE iPad stylus $50 shipped (Reg. $100)

Update: Microsoft has the Adonit Jot Mini Fine Point Stylus for $17.99 in 3 colors today for $17.99 shipped ($7 0ff), Amazon offers its Basics Stylus in black for $7 Prime Shipped

Today only, as one of its Deals of the Day, Best Buy offers the Adonit Jot Touch for $49.99 with free shipping. That’s 50% below its regular price and a match for the lowest we’ve ever seen. Amazon is currently charging $95.73 for it. Rated 3.4 out of 5 stars.

The Jot Touch features a 3.18mm tip with over 2,000 levels of pressure sensitivity, Bluetooth LE technology and is capable of palm rejection. The included USB dongle charges the stylus in 1.5 hours giving users 11 hours of drawing time. It’s compatible with Adobe Creative Cloud and a handful of content creation iOS apps.

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