It seems as if the world is trying to get rid of the stylus in favor of fingers, but HTC still manages to bring us a stylus, well, perhaps for those who still aren’t used to pinching and zooming and tapping and sliding on their smartphone.
HTC ‘s HD2; for those who don’t know – has a capacitive touchscreen that doesn’t work with a normal plastic stylus. It only works by measuring a change in capacitance, (electrical charge) in your fingers or with this special stylus.
The phone itself doesn’t offer a place to actually store the stylus, and if you end up losing it, it’s $28 for a replacement (well, at least it’s cheaper than replacing your digits). It should also work with any phone with a touch capacitive screen, i.e. any iPhone, Droid, or even the recently released Nexus One.