Jot Pro Stylus With Smaller, Quieter Tip

Jot Pro Stylus With Smaller, Quieter Tip

Slimmer, quieter, more newerer.

Hey, sucker? Did you buy an iPad 3 and an Adonit Jot Pro stylus recently? Then you’re one unlucky feller: not only has Apple released the iPad 4, but Adonit has updated its stylus.

Try not to cry.

The new, improved Jot Pro has gotten a “sound-dampening” tip, which “simulates the natural contact of writing with a pen on paper,” and eliminates the distracting click these disk-tipped pens make every time you tap them onto your iPad’s screen.

And speaking of tips, the new Pro has a smaller one. The PR blurb is pitching this as “more accurate,” but as the screen on your iPad or iPhone is built to detect a fat finger stabbing it it, this really makes little difference.

However, it will alter the perception of accuracy, which in this case is actually quite a big deal.

The Pro still cost the same old $30, and is a great alternative to the “traditional” styled Wacom Bamboo stylus.

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  • ronaldhennessy

    A little note. The Jot TOUCH is the $99 model. The Jot PRO is the $29 model. The title says Jot Touch.

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