Adonit Unveils New Pixel Stylus to Rival Apple Pencil

Adonit Unveils New Pixel Stylus to Rival Apple Pencil

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Adonit has unveiled a new 'Pixel' stylus that features 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity, shortcut buttons, palm rejection, and a 1.9mm Pixelpoint tip to rival the Apple Pencil.

“A stylus should do more than just replace a user’s fingertip when working with a tablet, but rather enhance the experience so users can create and work without boundaries,” said Rafael Gomez, Marketing Manager for Adonit. “With the introduction of Pixel in particular, we wanted to make sure we addressed all our users’ needs and incorporated them into a stylus that works with the entire modern line of iPads. Users will be able to take notes, draw, mark finite details, or simply maneuver through their iPad more precisely with Pixel. Whatever their needs may be, Pixel provides consumers with a high performing experience.”



Pixel combines the extensive research and development of Adonit’s two Bluetooth enabled, Pixelpoint styluses – the Jot Script and the Touch – into one sophisticated and comprehensive tool. Additionally, Pixel’s updated SDK can be easily incorporated by app developers into their existing apps, such as GoodNotes and Concepts, providing consumers with more options in which they can use their stylus. Pixel also has extensive compatibility with eight different iPad models, including the iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro 12.9”, and boasts a range of optimum features that make it Adonit’s highest performing stylus.

Adonit Unveils New Pixel Stylus to Rival Apple Pencil

Pixel Features Include:
● Bluetooth 4.0 – Bluetooth enables 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity, shortcut buttons, palm rejection, and offset correction.
● Pixelpoint Precision – Pixelpoint tip, offset correction, and predictive touch technology deliver better accuracy and precision.
● Natural Handwriting and Drawing – Enhanced tip design adds the right amount of traction for an improved stylus-to-screen experience.
● Grip Sensor – The stylus activates when the user picks it up and goes to sleep when inactive to conserve battery power.
● iPad & App Compatibility – Pixel works with more iPad models and compatible apps to bring the latest stylus technology to a broader community of stylus users.

Adonit Unveils New Pixel Stylus to Rival Apple Pencil

Additional Pixel features include a modern and ergonomic pen design, more seamless, user-friendly set-up process, and more software partnerships, which allows Pixel users to work with more of the applications they use on a daily basis.

The Pixel is available for $79.99 from the link below...

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Adonit Unveils New Pixel Stylus to Rival Apple Pencil
joshWUa - May 25, 2016 at 1:24am
Really GHEEEY!!
Headchef - May 25, 2016 at 12:06am
So it's basically just an Apple pencil ripoff. (Duh)
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