Adonit Reveals Jot Pro and Jot Mini Styluses [Video]

Adonit Reveals Jot Pro and Jot Mini Styluses [Video]

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Adonit has revealed two new styluses -- the Jot Pro and Jot Mini. Both Styluses features improved grip and new color options, as well as a new carrying clip.

We hope our new Jot Pro and Jot Mini will help even more people discover they can do more with their touchscreens – to write, sketch, and share their ideas with a simple tool that writes as precisely as a pen.

We launched our classic styluses in 2011 through Kickstarter. The first Precision Disc styluses, they quickly became the world’s most popular touchscreen stylus – and launched a whole company in the process.

We spent a lot of time in 2014 taking in feedback and fine-tuning this new design to create the best precision writing and sketching experience for any touchscreen, including Apple, Android, and Windows devices.




The Jot Pro is available in black or silver, and features an etched grip and improved cushioned tip for a nice, smooth feel. It is available for $29.99. The Jot Mini is also available in black and silver, and has been designed with mobility in mind. It retails for $19.99.

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Adonit Reveals Jot Pro and Jot Mini Styluses [Video]

Adonit Reveals Jot Pro and Jot Mini Styluses [Video]
Lolwut - January 7, 2015 at 11:11pm
There's your iPen.
South Africa - January 8, 2015 at 9:45am
You gotta be kidding me right !!! There is NO BETTER pen than the S-Pen from Wacom. As a graphic artist the closest pen to the real thing is the S-Pen with a Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12-inch. Ive tried all the Jot pens and wasted lots of money on them. With the iPad you cant even rest your palm on the screen while drawing !!! Come on Apple catch a wake up. There is technology out there that allows a simple thing like PALM REJECTION - just ask Samsung Im sure they will borrow it to you.
Ebola - January 8, 2015 at 11:49pm
Samsung needs to smell the coffee. Anything Apple introduces new they make a knockoff of, but who cares how Palm and pen work, still the same thing but using a different tool than a finger. It's like why that when you can spend none and use your finger like a pen, plus of course I was kidding, it's the best for ipad though, who cares what's better for it as long as it gets close to feeling like it works without problems.
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