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    This No. 2 Pencil is Actually a Stylus – Review

    When it comes to choosing a stylus there are dozens and dozens of choices for you. But none will feel as nostalgic as the No. 2 Pencil Stylus from Griffin. How many of us have fond memories from our school days, and that trusty No. 2 pencil that was always in our hand. From the […]

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    The Slap Bracelet Now Comes with a Built-in Stylus

    A stylus? Sure. The ’90s? Absolutely. The Slap Stylus hits all the right notes. You remember slap bracelets, surely. So, you’ll know that, despite appearances, the Slap Stylus is totally going to maintain its integrity when it’s elongated. Better yet, these are made of silicone, not the metal of the ’90s that occasionally resulted in […]

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    Classic Disposable BIC Pen Gets a Millennial Upgrade

    Adapt or die, right? Bic knows the day might come when the pen game runs shallow, so they’re getting themselves in gear by making a 2-in-1 ball pen and stylus. But what’s this? You like the old school Bic pens with the transparent bodies and solid caps? Tough luck, unless you’re in Europe. For whatever […]

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    iSpoon Kitchen Stylus is a Multitasker’s Dream

    Maybe don’t use it with your regular tablet – tomato sauce on your iPad is not ideal. But, if you have one of the many kitchen-friendly tablets that have been produced over the last few years, you might want to grab the handy iSpoon Kitchen Stylus. The stylus is one half wooden tasting/stirring spoon, one […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Note II Review (T-Mobile)

    The original Samsung Galaxy Note made quite the splash because it was caught somewhere between a tablet and a smartphone, and it was the first of its kind. The inclusion of its S Pen for drawing and scribbling notes further made it unique in a market flooded with too many Android phones. Now Samsung has […]

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    HP ElitePad 900 is a Windows 8 Tablet Designed for Business

    Windows 8 officially becomes available at the end of this month, and that means we’re going to see a whole lot of new Windows 8-friendly hardware popping into stores soon. One device businessmen and women can expect is the HP ElitePad 900, a new tablet designed with productivity in mind.

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    Targus Gets Chic With New Ultrabook Stylus

    Sooner rather than later, a capacitive touchscreen on an ultrabook is going to be considered as something that should be standard issue. Out of the upcoming batch of ultrabooks that will be released along with Windows 8, many will feature touchscreens, to best take advantage of Microsoft’s new operating system.

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    The New OStylus Dot is Ready For Your New iPad (Review)

    Are you looking for a new stylus for your New iPad? With all the different designs to choose from, how do you decide? The innovative design of the new oStylus Dot offers a comfortable, precision writing instrument. At first glance it may look a bit like a surgical tool, but it’s surprising how natural it […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Note Review (AT&T)

    The Samsung Galaxy Note has finally landed in the U.S. at AT&T, and this is one smartphone that has made quite the splash. Perhaps, the Galaxy Note first captured your attention during the Super Bowl with its commercial debut. And this is one smartphone that is especially difficult not to forget, because it’s downright massive […]

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    txtRng Stylus Will Have You Twiddling Your Thumbs

    Not happy drawing on your iPad or Android tablets with a traditional stylus? Well the txtRng could shake up the stylus industry as we know it. Well, maybe I’m being a bit far-fetched but it is still different than your typical stylus that traditionally looks like a pen. The txtRng is an “on-hand”  stylus that […]

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    Kensington Virtuoso Stylus for Tablet Review

    One of the coolest features for most phones and tablets these days is that you don’t NEED a stylus. You can just use your fingers to type like nature intended. However if you are writing, drawing or annotating a document on your phone or tablet, using you fingers is a bit clumsy. So if you […]

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    Is it a Tablet or a Smartphone? Hands-On with the Samsung Note

    At IFA 2011 in Berlin, Samsung introduced what might be the most interesting smartphone to hit the market in some time. One thing’s for sure – it’s definitely the biggest. The Samsung Note features a 5.3” screen, fairly massive for something shipping under the name of a smartphone. Samsung is trying to avoid calling it […]

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    Boogie Board Rip Tablet is First Digital Notepad to Save Your Scribbles

    ImproveElectronics has just unveiled their latest LCD Writing Tablet at IFA 2011, the Boogie Board Rip. The concept behind Boogie Board’s writers is to replace paper notepads with environmentally-friendly eWriters. The devices actually use Kent Displays Reflex No Power LCDs. But until now the company’s LCD writing tablets were not able to saving any writings […]

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    TouchTec II iPad / iPhone Stylus and Ballpoint Pen Review

    A while back we reviewed TouchTec’s Pen iPhone/iPad Stylus. The TouchTec Pen is a pen that doubles as a stylus for touchscreen devices. TouchTec has now released an update to their pen. As a stand-alone ballpoint pen, the latest TouchTec pen continues to look sharp and professional, especially in black. We also appreciate its slim […]