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Ten One Design Unveils A Revamped Version Of Its Pogo Stylus

A classic iOS device accessory has been reborn. Ten One Design, creator of the first capacitive stylus, has just introduced a revamped version of its popular Pogo. Compatible with every capacitive smartphone or tablet, the new device features a beautiful body and an agile tip that can create fine lines and controlled strokes. As a nice new feature, the company will offer magnetically replaceable and interchangeable tips for the stylus starting in late December. Back in September, Ten One Design unveiled similar tips for its Bluetooth-enabled Pogo Connect stylus.
“We wanted to recreate the classic Pogo, yet update it to enhance use with today’s most popular smartphone and tablets,” says Ten One Design Co-founder Peter Skinner. “We’re excited to offer unique elements of Ten One Design products, like the interchangeable tips, that allow users to customize their stylus.”
The revamped Pogo can be purchased now from Ten One Design’s site for $19.95. Connected stylus models, like the Pencil from FiftyThree and Jot Script Evernote Edition, are all the rage these days, and offer an interesting level of control. But as a downside, their unique features are oftentimes confined to a specific app. But the new Pogo looks like a great and inexpensive choice, and it will work with any iOS app imaginable. The interchangeable tips should also help give the stylus a new life. For other recent accessory news, see: Bike2Power Launches Waterproof Smart Mount For iPhone 5s, Let Your Paper Airplane Really Take Flight With The PowerUp 3.0 Kickstarter, and Incipio Launches Touch ID-Compatible Waterproof Case For iPhone 5s.
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