Adonit today announced the launch of the Snap 2, an accessory that melds a traditional stylus with selfie stick functionality.
Designed for customers who use social media apps like Instagram and Snapchat, the Bluetooth-enabled Snap 2 offers a PixelPoint tip for taking notes, making sketches, drawing, and other purposes, along with a built-in Bluetooth camera shutter remote.
The remote feature can be used to snap photos using the built-in camera app on the iPhone or within photography apps. Adonit has added a new 1.9mm PixelPoint tip to the Snap 2 for better precision with less offset, and there’s a new triple burst photo capture mode that joins the standard [...]
Who wants a Stylus? Alle, die Skizzen auf dem iPhone anfertigen oder Anmerkungen in PDFs schreiben. Der Adonit Snap im Test. Macwelt News
Adonit, known for its line of styluses, today announced the launch of the Pixel, a stylus it’s calling its „most advanced stylus to date.“ The Pixel features a 1.9mm Pixelpoint tip that’s been improved with predictive touch technology for better accuracy and responsiveness, and „paper-like drag“ to mimic the feeling of writing on paper.
Combining features from the Jot Script and the Jot Touch, the Pixel features Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity with support for 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity, palm rejection in supported apps, offset correction, and dedicated shortcut buttons that can perform functions like undo, redo, and erase.