[CES 2012] E FUN intends to make life easier if you tend to use your iPad more as a drawing pad instead of a dedicated tablet device with their APEN A5 stylus. It will be able to let you unleash the more creative side of you, letting you design, create, draw, write, sketch, and edit on the iPad like a boss without the need to go through another learning curve and change your writing habits at the same time. It does not matter whether you are a student, educator, business professional or creative artist, the APEN A5 would suit you just fine.
Playing nice with iPads from both generations, it will be compatible with iOS 4.0 and above. Never mind if you, like most of the others out there, already have a protective film covering the display of your iPad – the APEN A5 will work just fine. No idea on how many levels of pressure it can detect, but it should at least rival what Wacom offers to make it competitive. With a battery life of up to 90 hours of use, the $99 APEN A5 does seem to be a decent bargain.
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