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Griffin Stylus + Pen + Laser is a geek multi-tool

Griffin Stylus + Pen + Laser is a geek multi-tool

If you work in the business world and have a tablet or smartphone that you have a hard time using with your fingers, you might have your eyes on a stylus. I know a lot of iPad users want a stylus and some iPhone users do too. However, you pockets can get full if you have to carry a stylus, pen, and a laser pointer for your presentations.

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Ten One Design unveils Pogo Sketch Pro capacitive stylus that thinks it’s a paintbrush

Ten One Design unveils Pogo Sketch Pro capacitive stylus that thinks it’s a paintbrush

There are a several applications on the iPad and iPhone that allow the user to draw on images and to create original drawings using the touchscreen devices. Ten One design has offered a case with an attached iPad capacitive stylus before. The company is now back with a new capacitive stylus that is designed to be like a paintbrush for artists that like to draw digitally. The stylus is called the Pogo Sketch Pro.

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Lenovo ThinkPad Android tablet goes on sale

Lenovo ThinkPad Android tablet goes on sale

One of Lenovo's first two Android Honeycomb 3.1 tablets, called the ThinkPad Tablet has finally gone on sale. Designed for the enterprise market, the ThinkPad Tablet can be used with an optional digital stylus for both handwritten text input as well as document mark-up and drawing. The first press images were leaked back in July when we also got our hands-on with the ThinkPad along with its consumer-oriented sibling the IdeaPad K1.

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Amazon registers KindleScribe.com for next e-reader with stylus?

Amazon registers KindleScribe.com for next e-reader with stylus?

Amazon has just registered a new domain name over the weekend that has spawned new speculation of interesting developments ahead for its Kindle e-reader. The KindleScribe.com domain was registered by Amazon.com Holdings on August 20 along with KindleScribes.com for good measure. Both domains have yet to resolve to a landing page that could provide any hints, but the name does bring some excitement.

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Apple patent applications surface for stylus pens on iPad and iPhone

Apple patent applications surface for stylus pens on iPad and iPhone

It seems that Steve Jobs and his minions in Cupertino are reversing on the long held beliefs that a stylus isn’t required if you get a touchscreen device right. Jobs once quipped on stage during a presentation, "It’s like we said on the iPad, if you see a stylus, they blew it." If you go by that statement then Apple may have blown it since two more patent apps have surfaced that show Apple looking at stylus tech for potential use in its gear.

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Griffin Ships iMarker For Crayola ColorStudio HD iPad App

Griffin Ships iMarker For Crayola ColorStudio HD iPad App

Griffin and Crayola have teamed up to create a product that will help your kids express their creativity without finger-painting your walls. But, it will require you to get them their own iPad or lend them your's. The Crayola ColorStudio HD app for the iPad along with the iMarker stylus was first introduced back at CES and is now finally ready to ship.

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Ultimate Tablet, m • pad Concept Design

Ultimate Tablet, m • pad Concept Design

German designer Volker Hübner developed this tablet he calls the m • pad to cater specifically to the needs of designers and developers. It combines the functionality of a 15.6" OLED display. It also includes full multi-touch functionality married with a pressure sensitive stylus. Looking at the pictures from Yanko also suggest that this tablet should have a wide range of USB, Ethernet, firewire and whatever else available for connection external keyboards or mice for a more traditional computing experience.

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Apple Files Patent for iPad Stylus

Apple Files Patent for iPad Stylus

Apple filed a patent today for a Stylus specifically designed for touchscreen use. Does this mean that Steve Jobs is backing down on his position that "If you see a stylus, they blew it." ? Not necessarily. Jobs' point was that he didn't want users to need a stylus, as they did for PDAs. This stylus could have appeal for artists, gamers, and also those who are unable to hold a finger steady due to a medical condition. Obviously, this will not be your standard Palm Pilot stylus.

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A Real Tablet has a Stylus

A Real Tablet has a Stylus

2011 may be the year of the tablet, but as a segment it's still painfully immature. Our hands-on with ASUS' Eee Slate EP121 last week triggered the usual arguments, dismissing the 12.1-inch tablet out of hand because of its perceived "old" technology. Admittedly, there are plenty of points where the EP121 could fall short: ASUS reckon users will see up to 8hrs runtime, which seems hopelessly ambitious for a relatively slimline slate with a Core i5 processor, and the display was frustratingly glossy. Still, the dual-mode hybrid touchscreen is its crowning glory for those who understand that there's more to a stylus than most - Steve Jobs included - would have you believe.

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Gorilla Glass Demo [PLUS: How Gorilla Glass Works - Chemically!]

Gorilla Glass Demo [PLUS: How Gorilla Glass Works - Chemically!]

As you might already know, our man in the field Vincent was at PEPCOM last night checkin out all the fun electronics - but what was also there? Some sweet, undefeatable Gorilla Glass! This is the sort of glass the toughest devices with screens are apt to use - definitely not a low-grade situation. Gorilla Glass is made to last. Not to scratch, and definitely not to break. Over to the Gorilla Glass table last night and we were treated to a lovely demo by a nice man who let Vincent demo the glass by doing no less than attempting his hardest to break it. Fun!

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