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Stylus

Carbon Fiber Bolt-action Pen

Carbon Fiber Bolt-action Pen

Cool Hand’s slick bolt-action pen features a body made from real lightweight carbon fiber, finished off with aircraft-grade aluminum end caps. It takes Schmidt, Parker, or Fisher refills, and has a retractable rubber stylus on its back end for capacitive touchscreens.

Adonit Snap 2 Stylus

Adonit Snap 2 Stylus

The Adonit Snap 2 Stylus for mobile devices gets its name from its two main features. First, it has a magnetic attachment that lets you snap it on to the back of your device. Second, it has a shutter button so you can remotely snap pictures with your device.

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Deal: Hand Stylus

Deal: Hand Stylus

A precise and comfortable stylus for tablets and other touchscreen devices. It’s got a retractable, replaceable 4mm rubber conductive tip, a nicely weighted and balanced barrel, and a knurled grip. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.

Deal: Beyond Ink Pen

Deal: Beyond Ink Pen

A pen that combines several useful functions in one pocket-sized device. In addition to working as a ballpoint pen, it’s got a 16GB flash drive, a phone charging cable (Lightning or MicroUSB), a 1000mAh battery, and a capacitive stylus built in. Save 30% in The Awesomer Shop.

iPad Pro

iPad Pro

The iPad Air 2’s big brother has a crazy-sharp 5.6 megapixel 12.9″ display, enhanced multitouch, a 1.8x faster CPU, four speakers, and an optional tactile keyboard cover ($169) and a pixel-precise, pressure- and tilt-sensitive stylus dubbed the Apple Pencil ($99).

Phree Remote Stylus

Phree Remote Stylus

Unlike other styluses, Phree lets you write on practically any surface – the result will still show up on your PC or mobile device. It can also be used as a mouse or a headset, and can show notifications on its OLED touchscreen.

Equil Smartpen 2

Equil Smartpen 2

The Equil Smartpen 2 builds on its predecessor, adding support for Android, Windows and OS X alongside iOS. It now has internal storage, so you can digitize notes and sketches even without a computer, then just import them later.

Scribble Stylus & Pen

Scribble Stylus & Pen

A stylus and a pen that have a color sensor, letting you copy and store colors from the real world. Use the stylus on your computer or mobile device, or get the pen and use your colors on paper, thanks to its built-in CMYK ink cartridges.

Rotring 800+ Pencil & Stylus

Rotring 800+ Pencil & Stylus

The Rotring 800+ is a mechanical pencil and stylus in one. Its pencil head prevents the lead from breaking, and retracts to give way to the rubber stylus tip. It also has a hexagonal barrel and a knurled grip.

Pencil Stylus for Paper

Pencil Stylus for Paper

FiftyThree made a stylus for its iPad sketching app Paper. Pencil has an easy pairing feature and an eraser tip. It also has palm rejection and allows you to use your fingers to smudge and blend the app’s ink and paint.

Adonit Jot Script Stylus

Adonit Jot Script Stylus

The Jot Script’s tip is just 1.9mm in diameter, so using it is more akin to using a pencil than a stylus. It has an aluminum barrel and lasts up to two weeks on an AAA battery. Works with iPad 3+ and iPhone 5+ (requires Bluetooth 4.0).

Tagtal tStylus

Tagtal tStylus

With the help of its companion apps, the tStylus can copy and transfer drawings or images from one screen to another. Apparently the devices don’t need to be paired in any way, but the recipient has to be an iOS device.

S&W Tactical Stylus Pen

S&W Tactical Stylus Pen

Smith & Wesson’s Tactical Stylus Pen is made of anodized aluminum. The body has a sharp pointed butt and a screw-on cap with a stylus tip. The pen uses a Parker-style refill.

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Adobe Pen & Ruler Prototypes

Adobe Pen & Ruler Prototypes

Prototypes from the Adobe XD team. The pen can be used to draw and transfer images between devices. But the real innovation is the ruler, which adds guidelines on screen to make it easier to draw lines and shapes accurately.

Titanium Click Pen w/ Stylus

Titanium Click Pen w/ Stylus

Ti-Click pens have titanium bodies and interchangeable capacitive stylus tips. The Ti-Click PRO works with 45+ types of rollerball refills while the Ti-Click RTS works with 35+ Parker-style refills.

iPen 2 Stylus

iPen 2 Stylus

More accurate than its predecessor as well as pressure-sensitive. It’s angle agnostic to adapt to various grips, and has two receiver options: one for iPad and another which lets you draw on your iMac.

iCoat Finger Case

iCoat Finger Case

You will have an even tougher time putting down that game of Draw Something with Ozaki’s iCoat Finger Case. It features a built-in nook that keeps a stylus conveniently on hand.

Sensu Capacitive Brush

Sensu Capacitive Brush

Similar to the Flow brush, Artist Hardware’s Sensu works great with the iPad or any device with a capacitive touch screen. It also has a rubber stylus nib on the other end, making it more versatile.

iPen Active Stylus

iPen Active Stylus

The iPen is the first active stylus specially made for the iPad. It has a complementary receiver which provides proximity sensing and palm rejection and allowing for very precise writing or drawing.

Adonit Jot Stylus

Adonit Jot Stylus

Due to its capacitive surface, it’s been difficult to create a precise and accurate stylus for the iPad. The Jot seeks to solves this problem by anchoring a swiveling ball-point to a clear conductive disc.

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