Quillit 3 in 1 Stylus Pen – the 'write' option for touchscreens and paper
By Darren Quick
March 18, 2011
While fingers are by far and away the most popular form of input device for touchscreens these days, using a stylus offers an accuracy that stubby fingers like mine just can't match. While just about any stick of plastic will do for resistive touchscreens, capacitive touchscreens that rely on a distortion of the screen's electrostatic field require a stylus that is electrically conducting. If your day finds you switching between devices that use different touchscreen technologies then the new Quillit 3 in 1 Stylus Pen from Proporta will cover all the bases. It will even let you interact with that most ancient of displays – paper – as it its third function is as an ordinary pen.
Looking like an ordinary retractable pen, the Quillit 3 in 1 lets users easily deploy the right tip for the job at hand. For resistive touchscreens there is a plastic nib stylus, for capacitive touchscreens there is an electrically conductive brush stylus and for more traditional writing there is a ballpoint pen. The multi-function stylus is also a winner in the looks department with its metallic finish sure to impress more than a plastic stick.
Proporta will begin shipping its Quillit 3 in 1 Stylus Pen on March 23, 2011, and is currently taking pre-orders at US$33.95.