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xxxvidoea Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design; Compatible with Active Stylus and (2018-2021) Apple iPad 6th-9th Gen/iPad Pro 11''&12.9''/iPad Mini 5th/6th Gen/iPad Air 3rd 4th Gen girlfriend likes
xxxvidoea Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design; Compatible with Active Stylus and (2018-2021) Apple iPad 6th-9th Gen/iPad Pro 11''&12.9''/iPad Mini 5th/6th Gen/iPad Air 3rd 4th Gen girlfriend likes
xxxvidoea Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design; Compatible with Active Stylus and (2018-2021) Apple iPad 6th-9th Gen/iPad Pro 11''&12.9''/iPad Mini 5th/6th Gen/iPad Air 3rd 4th Gen girlfriend likes
xxxvidoea Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design; Compatible with Active Stylus and (2018-2021) Apple iPad 6th-9th Gen/iPad Pro 11''&12.9''/iPad Mini 5th/6th Gen/iPad Air 3rd 4th Gen girlfriend likes
xxxvidoea Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design; Compatible with Active Stylus and (2018-2021) Apple iPad 6th-9th Gen/iPad Pro 11''&12.9''/iPad Mini 5th/6th Gen/iPad Air 3rd 4th Gen girlfriend likes
xxxvidoea Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design; Compatible with Active Stylus and (2018-2021) Apple iPad 6th-9th Gen/iPad Pro 11''&12.9''/iPad Mini 5th/6th Gen/iPad Air 3rd 4th Gen girlfriend likes

xxxvidoea Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design; Compatible with Active Stylus and (2018-2021) Apple iPad 6th-9th Gen/iPad Pro 11''&12.9''/iPad Mini 5th/6th Gen/iPad Air 3rd 4th Gen girlfriend likes

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      Honestly xxxvidoea love this xxxvidoea pen its cute and works xxxvidoea well for the pricePackage Included: xxxvidoea The iPad pen comes with a USB c charge cable and a spare pen tip.Smart xxxvidoea Touch Switch & Low Power Mode: xxxvidoea Press one button xxxvidoea to start, without Bluetooth and APP Required. xxxvidoea Type-C xxxvidoea USB xxxvidoea cable supports 10h continuous use only need 25-30 minutes charging time. Sleep in 1 minute, xxxvidoea Auto-off after for 20 minutes to save power.The only problem is that the battery would still drain even xxxvidoea if not onHigh Precision & Smooth: 1.2mm pen nib xxxvidoea which xxxvidoea is xxxvidoea more precise and sensitive, No lagging, No xxxvidoea skips, xxxvidoea No xxxvidoea scratches. Compared with the ordinary stylus xxxvidoea pen, it xxxvidoea has higher durability xxxvidoea and xxxvidoea sturdier.Palm Rejection & Magnetic Adsorption: xxxvidoea Stylus Pen with Palm rejection, xxxvidoea rest your hand xxxvidoea comfortably on the iPad screen, get rid of the stylus glove. Magnetic design, attached xxxvidoea to the iPad Pro (3rd Gen only) side face, xxxvidoea no xxxvidoea more rolling and lost, xxxvidoea more xxxvidoea portable and easier to organize.Works xxxvidoea perfectly on my xxxvidoea ipad. Better xxxvidoea than I xxxvidoea thought it was going to. Great product.The hundred-dollar official apple pencil has pressure sensitivity, xxxvidoea which this xxxvidoea does not.This pencil is shorter and lighter, making xxxvidoea it easier to handle.It has a hexagonal profile, which means it won't roll when you set it down. It also has xxxvidoea a magnet in xxxvidoea it, so it will attach xxxvidoea to the side of xxxvidoea the xxxvidoea ipad. I wouldn't use it to carry it around (my case xxxvidoea has a pencil holder built in), but for setting it down, xxxvidoea or moving from room to room -- very handy. I couldn't believe it xxxvidoea when xxxvidoea I tried it with my Apple Pencil xxxvidoea and it just fell off!It xxxvidoea has an xxxvidoea on/off switch AND automatically turns itself xxxvidoea off xxxvidoea when idle! Plus xxxvidoea a tiny xxxvidoea light so you can see its xxxvidoea status, especially when charging. (The official Apple Pencil xxxvidoea is able to plug in to xxxvidoea your ipad so it can get charged from xxxvidoea it, xxxvidoea if you xxxvidoea can't plug xxxvidoea it in. Which xxxvidoea will be often! Also xxxvidoea not fun xxxvidoea is xxxvidoea when xxxvidoea you turn on your ipad to do some idea sketching, and it xxxvidoea informs you the pencil xxxvidoea battery is dangerously low. xxxvidoea From not xxxvidoea doing anything.)If you don't need the pressure xxxvidoea sensitivity (which, as an artist, i do), xxxvidoea this is great!This works just like an Apple Pencil xxxvidoea but much less at cost I love itDesign for xxxvidoea iPad & iPad Pro: This Stylus xxxvidoea Pen is compatible with Apple iPad 2018 releases and later: iPad 6th Gen, iPad xxxvidoea 7th xxxvidoea Gen, iPad 8th Gen, iPad Air (3rd&4th Gen), iPad xxxvidoea Mini (5th Gen), xxxvidoea iPad Pro 2018-202111"/12.9". Not xxxvidoea Compatible With iPad Pro 12.9" (1st Gen xxxvidoea and 2nd Gen), iPad Pro xxxvidoea 9.7", iPad xxxvidoea Pro 10.5" and iPhone.Please check xxxvidoea the xxxvidoea correct iPad model before you order it.TL:DR I have xxxvidoea used this product xxxvidoea and xxxvidoea I have also used the Apple xxxvidoea Pencil, and I go xxxvidoea over a detailed comparison in this xxxvidoea review for those who are undecided between this xxxvidoea and the Apple Pencil. I go over xxxvidoea the similarities xxxvidoea and differences, xxxvidoea and I explain the xxxvidoea decision-making factors from my perspective xxxvidoea as a xxxvidoea pilot who uses xxxvidoea my iPad as an electronic xxxvidoea flight bag, and also a student xxxvidoea taking notes in college.If you are reading this, you xxxvidoea are xxxvidoea probably still hurting from an iPad purchase that xxxvidoea you will or already xxxvidoea have made, and are looking to get this for xxxvidoea either drawing xxxvidoea or notetaking, instead of buying the $120 dollar xxxvidoea Apple Pencil (V2).I initially bought this pencil with the xxxvidoea purpose of saving some money as I already spend xxxvidoea 700 dollars xxxvidoea on the iPad Air 4. However, after using it for around 3 months, xxxvidoea I decided xxxvidoea to purchase the Apple pencil today. However, I won't xxxvidoea say that this pencil was xxxvidoea a bad xxxvidoea purchase. In this review, xxxvidoea I xxxvidoea will outline how it compares to the Apple Pencil in detail. I will xxxvidoea cover what xxxvidoea features you will miss out on exactly, so you know what xxxvidoea you are getting.First, xxxvidoea the basics. xxxvidoea This xxxvidoea pencil is solidly built, with a metal body, most likely aluminum. The Apple Pencil xxxvidoea is xxxvidoea made of solid plastic but is not flimsy xxxvidoea in any way. Both are built well. I think this pencil feels a little bit more substantial, but not by much. Both write fantastically on a compatible xxxvidoea iPad, with no xxxvidoea skips or lags. Both of them make use of xxxvidoea Apple's Scribble xxxvidoea feature, which enables you to xxxvidoea handwrite xxxvidoea in text boxes xxxvidoea (like in a Google xxxvidoea search box) and it is xxxvidoea automatically converted to text. xxxvidoea This is nice because typing on an iPad is xxxvidoea rather unwieldy, and the scribble feature makes it xxxvidoea a xxxvidoea bit easier. xxxvidoea This pencil also xxxvidoea magnetically attaches to xxxvidoea the xxxvidoea side of a compatible xxxvidoea iPad (Pro and Air versions after 2018). In addition, there xxxvidoea are no pairing hassles xxxvidoea and it works xxxvidoea with the iPad right out of the box, just like Apple's Pencil. These are the essential features xxxvidoea of the Apple pencil that make xxxvidoea it xxxvidoea a fantastic alternative to Apple's pencil, and for $30 you can't beat the xxxvidoea price.There are some features, however, that the Apple xxxvidoea Pencil has that this one does xxxvidoea not, and whether you xxxvidoea can xxxvidoea sacrifice xxxvidoea those features for the cheaper price is up to xxxvidoea you. I will list them xxxvidoea here, and then I will describe my decision-making process for choosing the xxxvidoea Apple pencil over xxxvidoea this one.1) Integrated xxxvidoea charging. This Pencil is xxxvidoea NOT xxxvidoea automatically charged when xxxvidoea attached xxxvidoea to xxxvidoea the iPad, unlike the Apple Pencil. You have xxxvidoea to xxxvidoea charge it xxxvidoea yourself, xxxvidoea via a xxxvidoea USB-C charging cable. xxxvidoea This pencil comes with a xxxvidoea charging xxxvidoea cable.My practical experience is xxxvidoea that xxxvidoea this xxxvidoea is a minor inconvenience that can be easily overcome by just xxxvidoea charging xxxvidoea it xxxvidoea every xxxvidoea couple of days or so, xxxvidoea depending on how often you use it. xxxvidoea I've never been stuck with a dead battery in a classroom, and xxxvidoea you only need to charge it xxxvidoea for a few xxxvidoea minutes to be xxxvidoea able to write with it xxxvidoea for a few xxxvidoea hours or so. However, this xxxvidoea does xxxvidoea mean that you need to xxxvidoea pay attention to xxxvidoea the charge, while xxxvidoea with the Apple Pencil you do not xxxvidoea have to think xxxvidoea about charging it, as long as it is attached to the iPad xxxvidoea (Which xxxvidoea is where it should always xxxvidoea be xxxvidoea anyways)Something to xxxvidoea note is the xxxvidoea Apple Pencil has xxxvidoea a xxxvidoea battery level indication when you attach it to the iPad, while this pencil does not have xxxvidoea any battery indication. xxxvidoea So you have to play guesswork with how much charge this pencil has.2) On/Off button. This xxxvidoea is xxxvidoea a feature that this pencil has, but xxxvidoea the Apple pencil lacks. However, this is xxxvidoea more of an xxxvidoea inconvenience than anything. The "Button" xxxvidoea is xxxvidoea pressed by a light xxxvidoea touch with a fingertip. It doesn't xxxvidoea press or give xxxvidoea any audible or tangible notification that xxxvidoea it xxxvidoea has been turned on, only xxxvidoea a visual in the form of a very small blue light. xxxvidoea It xxxvidoea automatically goes into xxxvidoea standby xxxvidoea mode when you haven't used it for a few minutes, which then requires you to turn it on xxxvidoea again to xxxvidoea use it. The xxxvidoea Apple Pencil doesn't have an on/off button, so it never xxxvidoea turns off and xxxvidoea you can always write xxxvidoea with it. xxxvidoea I found myself getting annoyed at xxxvidoea having to turn on the thing xxxvidoea all the time, xxxvidoea and xxxvidoea also turning it off when stowing it. The Apple pencil does make this whole xxxvidoea process easier.3) Pressure sensitivity. This is a xxxvidoea gamechanger if you xxxvidoea plan on using your pencil and iPad for any kind of xxxvidoea drawing xxxvidoea or art. This pencil does not have pressure sensitivity, while the Apple pencil does. If xxxvidoea you xxxvidoea plan to draw, don't give this pencil another look xxxvidoea and go with the Apple pencil. For notetakers (Like xxxvidoea me), xxxvidoea this feature does not affect you xxxvidoea much. However, after using the Apple pencil for a xxxvidoea day, I've found xxxvidoea it easier to xxxvidoea write more neatly because of this feature, however, it is something that one can easily live without if you xxxvidoea want the $90 xxxvidoea difference instead of xxxvidoea this feature.4.)The xxxvidoea longevity of the tips. When I got xxxvidoea my iPad, xxxvidoea I xxxvidoea put xxxvidoea a paper-like screen xxxvidoea protector on xxxvidoea it. I don't know xxxvidoea if having xxxvidoea a smooth screen protector xxxvidoea changes the longevity, but I noticed the tips of this pencil wore out fairly quickly. After about xxxvidoea a week of very xxxvidoea heavy notetaking, I noticed xxxvidoea the tip wearing down from its original shape. In the xxxvidoea space xxxvidoea of three xxxvidoea months, xxxvidoea I've pretty much used up two tips. The replacements are fairly cheap, at xxxvidoea around 8 xxxvidoea dollars for 4 replacements, but I didn't want to be xxxvidoea replacing them that xxxvidoea often. Without a paper-like xxxvidoea screen protector, xxxvidoea I would expect the tips to last longer, xxxvidoea however, this xxxvidoea is xxxvidoea not xxxvidoea something I xxxvidoea have xxxvidoea tested.I decided xxxvidoea on xxxvidoea the Apple pencil for the xxxvidoea reason that I decided I couldn't xxxvidoea live without the magnetic charging feature and xxxvidoea the automatic on/off feature. I am a pilot, so being able to write xxxvidoea things down at a moment's notice with guaranteed reliability is something I needed, as well as xxxvidoea being sure of xxxvidoea the charge so I don't run out xxxvidoea of xxxvidoea battery xxxvidoea when in a flight. xxxvidoea However, for a student just taking xxxvidoea notes, xxxvidoea this is a perfectly xxxvidoea viable alternative if you xxxvidoea are willing to xxxvidoea ignore the xxxvidoea relatively minor inconveniences. If you are an artist or a pilot, I think having xxxvidoea the Apple pencil is xxxvidoea worth the extra money, as the lack of those xxxvidoea features xxxvidoea is often not justifiable.I xxxvidoea hope you find this review helpful. I wrote what I would xxxvidoea have xxxvidoea wanted xxxvidoea to xxxvidoea hear before xxxvidoea I made a xxxvidoea purchase either way.EDIT: xxxvidoea I just found a feature xxxvidoea on xxxvidoea the Apple xxxvidoea pencil that this one does not have. This is the double-tap action. This makes it xxxvidoea so you can swap between xxxvidoea the xxxvidoea current tool and xxxvidoea eraser, or current tool and previous tool, or current tool xxxvidoea can color pallate. This feature is *very* nice, as it makes erasing xxxvidoea even faster xxxvidoea than it xxxvidoea would xxxvidoea be with xxxvidoea this pencil, or changing colors. xxxvidoea I must say, I personally xxxvidoea find the apple pencil worth the extra money, but if you xxxvidoea can xxxvidoea live without xxxvidoea the 4 features xxxvidoea that I have described, then xxxvidoea go for xxxvidoea this xxxvidoea pencil.it goodThis was a xxxvidoea great purchase, especially considering the significant savings over getting xxxvidoea the Apple Pencil. It works xxxvidoea as well and xxxvidoea one of the greatest benefits is that you actually xxxvidoea have the ability xxxvidoea to xxxvidoea turn this pencil on/off. Nothing is more frustrating than needing to take xxxvidoea notes xxxvidoea and finding the Apple Pencil doesn't work xxxvidoea because there is no xxxvidoea way xxxvidoea to turn it off so you xxxvidoea have to charge xxxvidoea it constantly.This one xxxvidoea is so easy to use xxxvidoea and works with the iPad straight xxxvidoea out of the box. Mine did suddenly stop xxxvidoea working after xxxvidoea about xxxvidoea 10 months, xxxvidoea but I contacted the seller (save the email address from xxxvidoea the packaging) and they responded right away to try to troubleshoot. When it appeared it was simply a xxxvidoea device issue, they sent a new xxxvidoea one xxxvidoea which I xxxvidoea received xxxvidoea a couple days later. Very happy with the product and the support behind it.


      Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design, Active Stylus Compatible with (2018-2021) Apple iPad 6th-9th Gen/iPad Pro 11''&12.9''/iPad Mini 5th/6th Gen/iPad Air 3rd 4th GenDesign for iPad & xxxvidoea iPad Pro: This Stylus Pen is compatible with Apple xxxvidoea iPad 2018 releases xxxvidoea and later: iPad 6th xxxvidoea Gen, iPad 7th Gen, iPad 8th Gen, xxxvidoea iPad Air (3rd&4th Gen), iPad Mini (5th xxxvidoea Gen), iPad Pro xxxvidoea 2018-202111"/12.9". Not xxxvidoea Compatible With iPad Pro 12.9" xxxvidoea (1st Gen and 2nd Gen), iPad Pro xxxvidoea 9.7", iPad xxxvidoea Pro 10.5" and iPhone.Please xxxvidoea check the correct xxxvidoea iPad model before you order it.Palm Rejection xxxvidoea & Magnetic Adsorption: Stylus Pen xxxvidoea with Palm rejection, rest your hand comfortably on the iPad screen, get rid of the xxxvidoea stylus glove. Magnetic design, attached xxxvidoea to the iPad xxxvidoea Pro (3rd xxxvidoea Gen only) side face, no more rolling and xxxvidoea lost, more portable xxxvidoea and easier to organize.High Precision xxxvidoea & Smooth: 1.2mm pen nib which is xxxvidoea more xxxvidoea precise and sensitive, No lagging, No skips, No scratches. xxxvidoea Compared xxxvidoea with xxxvidoea the ordinary stylus pen, xxxvidoea it has higher xxxvidoea durability and sturdier.Smart Touch xxxvidoea Switch & Low Power xxxvidoea Mode: xxxvidoea Press one xxxvidoea button to start, without Bluetooth and APP Required. Type-C USB xxxvidoea cable supports 10h continuous use only need 25-30 xxxvidoea minutes xxxvidoea charging time. Sleep in 1 xxxvidoea minute, Auto-off after for 20 minutes to xxxvidoea save power.Package Included: The iPad pen comes with xxxvidoea a USB c charge xxxvidoea cable and a xxxvidoea spare pen tip.



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      xxxvidoea Stylus Pen for iPad with Palm Rejection and Magnetic Design; Compatible with Active Stylus and (2018-2021) Apple iPad 6th-9th Gen/iPad Pro 11''&12.9''/iPad Mini 5th/6th Gen/iPad Air 3rd 4th Gen girlfriend likes



Buyer's experience:


      1: TL:DR I have used this product and I have also used the Apple Pencil, and I go over a detailed comparison in this review for those who are undecided between this and the Apple Pencil. I go over the similarities and differences, and I explain the decision-making factors from my perspective as a pilot who uses my iPad as an electronic flight bag, and also a student taking notes in college.If you are reading this, you are probably still hurting from an iPad purchase that you will or already have made, and are looking to get this for either drawing or notetaking, instead of buying the $120 dollar Apple Pencil (V2).I initially bought this pencil with the purpose of saving some money as I already spend 700 dollars on the iPad Air 4. However, after using it for around 3 months, I decided to purchase the Apple pencil today. However, I won't say that this pencil was a bad purchase. In this review, I will outline how it compares to the Apple Pencil in detail. I will cover what features you will miss out on exactly, so you know what you are getting.First, the basics. This pencil is solidly built, with a metal body, most likely aluminum. The Apple Pencil is made of solid plastic but is not flimsy in any way. Both are built well. I think this pencil feels a little bit more substantial, but not by much. Both write fantastically on a compatible iPad, with no skips or lags. Both of them make use of Apple's Scribble feature, which enables you to handwrite in text boxes (like in a Google search box) and it is automatically converted to text. This is nice because typing on an iPad is rather unwieldy, and the scribble feature makes it a bit easier. This pencil also magnetically attaches to the side of a compatible iPad (Pro and Air versions after 2018). In addition, there are no pairing hassles and it works with the iPad right out of the box, just like Apple's Pencil. These are the essential features of the Apple pencil that make it a fantastic alternative to Apple's pencil, and for $30 you can't beat the price.There are some features, however, that the Apple Pencil has that this one does not, and whether you can sacrifice those features for the cheaper price is up to you. I will list them here, and then I will describe my decision-making process for choosing the Apple pencil over this one.1) Integrated charging. This Pencil is NOT automatically charged when attached to the iPad, unlike the Apple Pencil. You have to charge it yourself, via a USB-C charging cable. This pencil comes with a charging cable.My practical experience is that this is a minor inconvenience that can be easily overcome by just charging it every couple of days or so, depending on how often you use it. I've never been stuck with a dead battery in a classroom, and you only need to charge it for a few minutes to be able to write with it for a few hours or so. However, this does mean that you need to pay attention to the charge, while with the Apple Pencil you do not have to think about charging it, as long as it is attached to the iPad (Which is where it should always be anyways)Something to note is the Apple Pencil has a battery level indication when you attach it to the iPad, while this pencil does not have any battery indication. So you have to play guesswork with how much charge this pencil has.2) On/Off button. This is a feature that this pencil has, but the Apple pencil lacks. However, this is more of an inconvenience than anything. The "Button" is pressed by a light touch with a fingertip. It doesn't press or give any audible or tangible notification that it has been turned on, only a visual in the form of a very small blue light. It automatically goes into standby mode when you haven't used it for a few minutes, which then requires you to turn it on again to use it. The Apple Pencil doesn't have an on/off button, so it never turns off and you can always write with it. I found myself getting annoyed at having to turn on the thing all the time, and also turning it off when stowing it. The Apple pencil does make this whole process easier.3) Pressure sensitivity. This is a gamechanger if you plan on using your pencil and iPad for any kind of drawing or art. This pencil does not have pressure sensitivity, while the Apple pencil does. If you plan to draw, don't give this pencil another look and go with the Apple pencil. For notetakers (Like me), this feature does not affect you much. However, after using the Apple pencil for a day, I've found it easier to write more neatly because of this feature, however, it is something that one can easily live without if you want the $90 difference instead of this feature.4.)The longevity of the tips. When I got my iPad, I put a paper-like screen protector on it. I don't know if having a smooth screen protector changes the longevity, but I noticed the tips of this pencil wore out fairly quickly. After about a week of very heavy notetaking, I noticed the tip wearing down from its original shape. In the space of three months, I've pretty much used up two tips. The replacements are fairly cheap, at around 8 dollars for 4 replacements, but I didn't want to be replacing them that often. Without a paper-like screen protector, I would expect the tips to last longer, however, this is not something I have tested.I decided on the Apple pencil for the reason that I decided I couldn't live without the magnetic charging feature and the automatic on/off feature. I am a pilot, so being able to write things down at a moment's notice with guaranteed reliability is something I needed, as well as being sure of the charge so I don't run out of battery when in a flight. However, for a student just taking notes, this is a perfectly viable alternative if you are willing to ignore the relatively minor inconveniences. If you are an artist or a pilot, I think having the Apple pencil is worth the extra money, as the lack of those features is often not justifiable.I hope you find this review helpful. I wrote what I would have wanted to hear before I made a purchase either way.EDIT: I just found a feature on the Apple pencil that this one does not have. This is the double-tap action. This makes it so you can swap between the current tool and eraser, or current tool and previous tool, or current tool can color pallate. This feature is *very* nice, as it makes erasing even faster than it would be with this pencil, or changing colors. I must say, I personally find the apple pencil worth the extra money, but if you can live without the 4 features that I have described, then go for this pencil.


      2: This was a great purchase, especially considering the significant savings over getting the Apple Pencil. It works as well and one of the greatest benefits is that you actually have the ability to turn this pencil on/off. Nothing is more frustrating than needing to take notes and finding the Apple Pencil doesn't work because there is no way to turn it off so you have to charge it constantly.This one is so easy to use and works with the iPad straight out of the box. Mine did suddenly stop working after about 10 months, but I contacted the seller (save the email address from the packaging) and they responded right away to try to troubleshoot. When it appeared it was simply a device issue, they sent a new one which I received a couple days later. Very happy with the product and the support behind it.


      3: This works just like an Apple Pencil but much less at cost I love it


      4: The hundred-dollar official apple pencil has pressure sensitivity, which this does not.This pencil is shorter and lighter, making it easier to handle.It has a hexagonal profile, which means it won't roll when you set it down. It also has a magnet in it, so it will attach to the side of the ipad. I wouldn't use it to carry it around (my case has a pencil holder built in), but for setting it down, or moving from room to room -- very handy. I couldn't believe it when I tried it with my Apple Pencil and it just fell off!It has an on/off switch AND automatically turns itself off when idle! Plus a tiny light so you can see its status, especially when charging. (The official Apple Pencil is able to plug in to your ipad so it can get charged from it, if you can't plug it in. Which will be often! Also not fun is when you turn on your ipad to do some idea sketching, and it informs you the pencil battery is dangerously low. From not doing anything.)If you don't need the pressure sensitivity (which, as an artist, i do), this is great!


      5: The only problem is that the battery would still drain even if not on


      6: Works perfectly on my ipad. Better than I thought it was going to. Great product.


      7: Honestly love this pen its cute and works well for the price


      8: it good



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00