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Adonit has taken a shrink ray and a steel cutter to its popular Jot stylus to produce the more diminutive Jot Mini, the company's newest offering. But though the Jot Mini is a beautifully constructed offering from Adonit, it left me wanting more in the useability department.
Just Mobile's AluPen Pro is a revamp of the company's original AluPen stylus, adding 2-in-1 functionality in a slimmer package, while keeping the great design ethic.
Aluminum-machined styluses are all the rage these days, with Arctic Accessories's Architect Stylus the latest in a long line of impeccably-designed devices. But while the Architect may take its cues from Adonit's line of capped pens, and the sleek figure of Wacom's Bamboo, it winds up being in a class all its own.
There are styluses for writing, styluses for painting, styluses for navigating, and even styluses for playing a virtual guitar. Whatever your use case may be, here's a guide to help you find what you need.
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