Despite the powerful multi-touch technology that debuted with the iPhone and has subsequently found its way inside practically all of Apple's products, we're sure that there are still some users yearning with the good old days of the stylus--particularly now that the iPad is
Fear not, for Montclair, NJ-based
Ten One's styli work by using their aluminium bodies to transfer the electrical field generated by the user's hand to the screen, thereby tricking a device (such as the iPad) into believing that the user's fingers are in fact touching the glass. It's unclear whether, on a surface as large as the iPad's, users will be able to rest their hands on the device while using a stylus without disrupting the tablet's ability to recognize gestures, nor how the styli can be used for gestures that require multiple fingers.
Both the Pogo Sketch and its slimmer cousin Pogo Stylus are available directly from Ten One's website for $15. According to a company press release, the Pogo Sketch is also available at Apple's retail locations.
This story, "Ten One Says Pogo Styli Will Work With IPad" was originally published by Macworld.