Ten One Design Pogo Connect

5.7/10 AVG.
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  • Ten One Design Pogo Connect
  • Ten One Design Pogo Connect
  • Ten One Design Pogo Connect
  • Ten One Design Pogo Connect
  • Ten One Design Pogo Connect
  • Ten One Design Pogo Connect

Specs / Features


Full feature set requires a compatible App. | Low Energy Bluetooth 4.0. | It's amazingly sensitive, with 0 grams of activation force | It works at all angles | It requires no calibration | It provides hundreds of levels of pressure | Location beacon to help keep track of your stylus | Months of continuous use on one battery

Full feature set requires a compatible App. | Low Energy Bluetooth 4.0. | It's amazingly sensitive, with 0 grams of activation force | It works at all angles | It requires no calibration | It provides hundreds of levels of pressure | Location beacon to help keep track of your stylus | Months of continuous use on one battery

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Specification

Brand Ten One Design
Model T1-PGCT-302
Size 1 x 1 cm (0.4 x 0.4 in)

Reviews (5.7/10 Avg. rating)


The Gadgeteer

More fun to use than a standard stylus

from The Gadgeteer
The Ten One Design Pogo Connect stylus is more fun to use than a standard stylus, but since the pressure sensitivity and palm rejection features aren’t available in all apps or with Android devices, it seems like a niche product with a narrow scope. I am impressed with what I’ve seen though and look forward to what’s in store for this product and other pressure sensitive styluses in the near future... Full review
Pocket-lint

Bulky, doesn't completely work as described

from Pocket-lint
The Pogo Connect does bring something that you can't achieve easily with your finger to the drawing experience on the iPad and for that it's worth looking at. If you do opt for the Pogo Connect be prepared that you'll have to invest some time in learning how to use it with the iPad (it only works with the iPad 3, 4, and mini) to get the most out of it. Drawing on the iPad is a very different experience to drawing on paper and failing to realise this will lead to disappointment... Full review
MacReview

You can use it as a typical stylus, but don’t expect to perform as advertised

from MacReview

One of the things which interested me the most is how Pogo Connect performs, since its developers claim that it’s able to recognize hundreds levels of sensitivity. I tried using it with as many applications as I can, especially with Photoshop Touch, Paper, and iPhoto, which are the app I use the most. Sensitivity surely wasn’t as advertised, and I had a lot of trouble. I actually got really frustrated with it, since different pressures didn’t make any noticeable change. I thought that the problem must be in me and my iPad, so I did a lot of things to reset some settings. P... Full review

Gizmodo

It just doesn't work well enough

from Gizmodo
As much as we like the idea, the Pogo Connect just feels too incomplete to spend $80 on. We didn't expect it to compete with the power and versatility of a Wacom tablet, but it should be able to deliver more core functionality. If you are a casual sketcher, the Pogo can be a lot of fun, but if you are looking for a tool that will recreate the subtelty and dynamics of drawing, you may be disappointed... Full review
Mac Life

Long-lasting battery, feels nice, soft tip

from Mac Life
Ten One Design obviously put a lot of thought into this. The tip is removable, and they plan to offer different tips later on. There’s a Pogo Connect app for the iPad you can use to disconnect the pen if needed, and even help you find it if you’ve misplaced it. But if you’re imagining the sensitivity and precision control of a dedicated graphics tablet, the Pogo Connect might feel more like a regular (and pricey) iPad stylus... Full review
PC Magazine

Your go-to pressure-sensitive stylus if you want a brushlike or markerlike feel

from PC Magazine
With the Jot Touch and Pogo Connect both well-built and working as expected, the choice between the two really comes down to compatibility and which feel you prefer. The Jot Touch supports the second-generation iPad and more apps; it's also better for precise work. The Pogo Connect has a more elegant, organic feel with a better drag against the screen and no proprietary charger to lose. Both can help take your iPad artistry to the next level, and both are worth of our Editors' Choice... Full review
TUAW

The best pressure-sensitive Bluetooth 4 stylus yet

from TUAW
TenOne Design has a winner on their hands with the Pogo Connect. Not only is the stylus $20 less expensive than its nearest competitor, but it also provides better connectivity through Bluetooth 4, tighter control of pressure sensitivity, and extended features such as the color LED matching your "paint" color. Anyone who is doing art on the iPad needs to drop whatever stylus they're currently using and buy a Pogo Connect -- it's that good... Full review

Amazon.com Reviews Summary

218 from Amazon.com

218 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Ten One Design Pogo Connect. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.1 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

6.2/10

Amazon.ca Reviews Summary

5 from Amazon.ca

5 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the Ten One Design Pogo Connect. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.3 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.

6.6/10

Amazon.co.uk Reviews Summary

20 from Amazon.co.uk

20 Amazon.co.uk shoppers shared a review for the Ten One Design Pogo Connect. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.2 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.co.uk customer reviews.

6.4/10

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