HTC’s HD2 is probably one of the few, if any, Windows Mobile 6.5 devices sporting a capacitive touchscreen. So what does that mean for the stylus fans? Generally it means you’re out of luck, since taking a toothpick or pen and poking your screen isn’t going to work, and touching the screen while using normal mittens are out of the picture too. Now it seems that there is a solution, which is the official HTC capacitive stylus for the HTC HD2. Such an item was previously mentioned, but was out of stock for the longest time. Now, as long as you’re willing to part with a whole £17 ($28) for a capacitive stylus, you’re good to go! The only downside is that you don’t have any space to store this item in the HTC HD2 itself, so you’ll need to take extra care of your expensive stylus.