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The TruGlide stylus by Lynktec looks like an executive pen with a micro fiber tip for use on all capacitive touch screens. It is very light in the hand, weighing just .4 oz.


The Bamboo Stylus by Wacom is their solution for writing on capacitive touchscreen tablets. Their tip is only 6mm in diameter, which is 25% less than the industry standard of 8mm, for greater precision. It also has an ergonomic design for longer handwriting sessions.

The Maglus stylus from Applydea is a pen tool equipped with a 7mm rubber tip. It works on capacitive screens and has a strong aluminum body. It features an integrated magnet that allows for the stylus to attach easily to an iPad 2 or iPad (3rd generation).

  • Status: Available
  • Price at launch: $21.95


  • Status: Available
  • Price at launch: $29.95
  • Status: Available
  • Price at launch: €20.00
  • Weight: .4 pounds
  • Color: Black / Gold


  • Length: 4.7 inches
  • Width: 0.4 inches
  • Depth: 0.4 inches
  • Weight: 0.71 oz
  • Color: Black, Green, Pink, Orange, White, Blue
  • Length: 5.47 inches
  • Width: 0.5 inches
  • Depth: 0.35 inches
  • Color: Silver / Black
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