iPad Stylus Pixel Adonit Launched With 2048 Pressure Levels

The best iPad stylus Pixel Adonit launched so far from Adonit was released today with 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. And best of all, it works on all iPads:

Meaning that the new iPad digitizer Pixel Adonit works on everything from Apple's smallest 7.9-inch iPad minis, to 9.7-inch iPads, to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

Pixel Adonit has a 1.9 mm Pixelpoint tip with what is described as a paper-like drag, so that users won't slide all over the screen when writing or sketching with the iPad stylus. The Pixel stylus is the flagship stylus from Adonit, as it is built upon the experienced gained from The Jot Script and Touch styluses before it.

iPad Stylus - Adonit Pixel
iPad Stylus – Adonit Pixel

The Pixel Adonit stylus has programmable shortcut buttons, palm rejection, offset correction, top of the range 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, and it has grip sensor that activates the stylus when a user picks it up, thereby increasing the battery life a lot with this technology.

The stylus pen itself is 10.5 mm thick, and connects to iPads via Bluetooth 4.0.

It is compatible with iPad Mini, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7, and of course iPad Pro 12.9. So that makes this iPad stylus compatible with more iPads than Apple's own Apple Pencil stylus.

Compatible digitizer apps for this stylus includes Goodnotes, Concepts, Notes Plus, Autodesk Sketchbook, Astropad, Medibang Paint, Zen Brush 2, and Animation Desk Cloud.

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