Adonit is adding another great option to its popular line of styluses compatible with the iPad and iPhone.
The new Jot Dash sits firmly in the middle of the company’s lineup and is highlighted by its 1.9mm tip with the same Pixelpoint technology found in the great Jot Script 2 stylus. Thanks to such a small tip and 8.5mm overall diameter, it should provide a more fluid and pen-like writing experience when taking notes or completing other tasks.
Unlike other higher-end styluses from Adonit, the Jot Dash doesn’t use Bluetooth technology to connect to your device, and you’ll be able to use any iOS app like Procreate, Astropad, Notability, and Penultimate.
The stylus can be turned on with a quick click to the power button on top of the device. The built-in battery can last for up to 14 hours of usage before needing to be juiced up with a handy USB charger. You can also easily transport the Jot Dash thanks to its carrying clip.
Here’s a promo video about the stylus. Click here if you can’t see it.
Just like our own Jeff Byrnes, I’ve really enjoyed the similar Jot Script 2, and I think the Jot Dash gives buyers a more inexpensive way to experience the pen-like experience of the Pixelpoint tip.
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