Wish to have a better creativity experience with your tablet? Below shows 8 handy styluses from crayon-like to paintbrush-inspired:
Cosmonaut (Studio Neat)
This crayon-like stylus is an alternative for existing stylus pen and it works perfectly nearly every capacitive touchscreen device and it’s a great tool for kids too.
Adonit Jot Pro
Ball Point that up to 40″ writing angle with featured a precision disc at the tip which gives you the “freedom to write / sketch like you’re used to”.
Wacom Bamboo Stylus
You can use this to sketch and write on iPad that comes in six different colors; which is lightweight and ergonomic.
This stylus mimics your fingertip with its cushioned tips, and it offers few different attractive colors.
AmazonBasics Stylus is compatible with Kindle Fire, iPad, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab and as well as BlackBerry PlayBook. And the cheapest among 8 styluses in here.
LunaTik Touch Pen
Price: $39.95 (April 2012 Pre-Order)
Resides from previous styluses, LunaTik have the two ability of being stylus and ball pen (when you click the top to write on any paper). It comes in both alloy and polymer.
Price: $18 – $39
From the name Nomad is a well-established in tablet paintbrushes which this one comes with dual-tip made of natural and synthetic capacitive fibers.
Sensu iPad Paintbrush (Artist Hardware)
Price: $34.95 (Available in May 2012)
This Sensu iPad Paintbrush is a tool of both iPad stylus and a capacitive paintbrush. It was manufactured by Artist Hardware and it only available until this coming May.