Jamjake Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection, Active Pencil Compatible with (2018-2020) Apple iPad Pro/iPad/iPad Mini/iPad Air.
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The Pro Stylus can last up to eight hours on a single charge, but a handy LED indicator towards the end of the pen lets you know how much battery life you have left.
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Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design】You can put your hand comfortably on the screen when drawing or writing with palm rejection, no need to wear gloves for more convenient writing or drawing. Magnetic design (only support iPad pro 3rd ), no rolling and losing when resting, more convenient to carry and organize. The stylus has a 1.4mm tip which is fully capable to deliver desired control while sketching or taking notes. And with the palm rejection feature at the disposal, you can rest your hand on the screen to write or draw with the desired peace of mind. Compatibility: iPad 9th/8th/7th/6th Gen, iPad Air 3rd/4th/5th Gen, iPad Pro 11-inches, iPad Pro 12.9-inches 3rd/4th/5th Gen, iPad Mini 5th/6th GenTouch Switch and Power-Saving Mode 】 No need for Bluetooth connection, turn on this active digital pen by simply touching the cap button, it will automatically turn in “Sleep Mode” after idle for 5 minutes to save power, charge for 1 hour, can work continuously for 10 hours, standby for 180 days. While it's not as streamlined and sophisticated as the Apple Pencil, it is hard to argue with the value of the JamJake Palm Rejection Stylus. It does almost everything the Pencil does, nearly as well, for a fraction of the price. It's easy to pair with your iPad, and after you set it up, all you have to do is tap the top to turn it on. (That can also make it easy to turn off inadvertently, but we only did that a few times before learning to avoid it.) The pen's palm-rejection technology lets you take advantage of its precision, and we never noticed much of a lag between its tip and the lines or letters we were drawing. All told, the JamJake makes it easy to take clear notes and create detailed artwork. The Pencil seems to offer pressure sensitivity in the greatest array of apps, including the Adobe Suite. However, we had difficulty getting its tilt sensitivity to work consistently. The Note+ offers both features in several apps but not in Adobe. The S Pen seems more limited, working best in Samsung's Notes app.
Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection, Active - JAMJAKE Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection, Active - JAMJAKE
Stylus Pen Compatible with Apple iPad (2018 and Later), Palm Rejection, Tilting Detection, Magnetic Adsorption for iPad Pro (11/12.9 Inch), iPad 6/7/8th Gen, iPad Air 3rd/4th Gen, iPad Mini 5th Gen
Given that it’s incredibly affordable to begin with, it’s really tough to find alternatives that could match the Jamjake’s value. Here are two we think closely match the Jamjake Stylus Pen. MKQ Active Pencil Versatility refers to how many devices and apps each stylus is compatible with and how many tasks it can complete. The Apple Pencil and later the Apple Pencil 2 completely changed iPad users' workflow. The Apple Pencil's ability to sketch, draw, and paint with pressure sensitivity helps make the iPad perfect for artists. Likewise, the inclusion of a stylus for note-taking and document signing makes an iPad perfect for students and business persons. However, the Apple Pencil is expensive, and there are excellent alternatives that cost less.