Artists out there who are looking for a stylus to draw and paint on their iPad tablets might want to check out Ten One Design’s upcoming product – the Blue Tiger Stylus. Designed for the iPad, what sets this stylus apart from the competition is its usage of Bluetooth 4.0. This allows the stylus and tablet to function more like a professional pen tablet. Users get pressure-sensitivity, palm rejection capabilities and more. And let’s not forget the low-energy consumption of Bluetooth 4.0 – which means it’s not going to cause a huge strain on your tablet’s battery life.
However, while all these features are supported by the stylus – it still requires the support of developers in order for them to work. But seeing how useful these new features are for styluses, it would be odd to not do so. Check out the video demonstration of the Blue Tiger Stylus above to see for yourself.
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