I’ll be the first to admit that when it comes to using the iPad, or another capacitive screened tablet, I rarely use it for serious work. in fact, I probably won’t ever use it for serious design work until there’s a wacom digitizer integrated into my iPad. Yes, I’m strictly an apple guy. That being said, I’ve tried many a stylus for sketching on my iPad for fun. I’ve even helped kickstart a few. Of all the ones I’ve used in the past, the Mobius stylus by V23 next ranks in my top two that I’ve used so far.
If you don’t care to watch the video, here’s the short and sweet review. The stylus is crafter from aircraft grade aluminum, and comes in a neat little tin case. Embedded in the foam protection, are two replacement tips for the stylus. When you use these capacitive styluses on a fairly regular pass, you’ll find that the tips can wear or tear, or if you’re like me and have a little kid running around, sometimes they can even bite the tips off. Yum. It’s nice that they included the replacement tips. The shaft is somewhat sculpted – not sure if this adds much value for me, but it helps with having a place for your fingers.
I’m not sure how much the stylus will cost at the time of retail, but it is nice. Highly highly recommended.
Check out the video below for some more thoughts –