Adonit Jot Pro

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  • Adonit Jot Pro
  • Adonit Jot Pro
  • Adonit Jot Pro

Specs / Features


Fine Point Stylus: The fine tip gives you accuracy that rubber nibs can't. The precision disc lets you see exactly where your mark is being made. Jot is the most precise stylus on the market | Magnetic Cling: Jot Pro magnetically attaches to your tablet for storage and transport. *iPad 2 and New iPad only | Rubber Grip: For more command and comfort | Heavy Metal: Once Jot Pro is in your grip, the quality is unmistakable. The durable aluminum and steel gives Jot superior conductivity and craftsmanship comparable to any luxury pen | Compatible with most capacitive touch screen devices including:... More

Fine Point Stylus: The fine tip gives you accuracy that rubber nibs can't. The precision disc lets you see exactly where your mark is being made. Jot is the most precise stylus on the market | Magnetic Cling: Jot Pro magnetically attaches to your tablet for storage and transport. *iPad 2 and New iPad only | Rubber Grip: For more command and comfort | Heavy Metal: Once Jot Pro is in your grip, the quality is unmistakable. The durable aluminum and steel gives Jot superior conductivity and craftsmanship comparable to any luxury pen | Compatible with most capacitive touch screen devices including: iPad, iPhone, iOS Devices, Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Google Nexus 7, Google Nexus 9, Kindle Fire 7, most Android Tablets and Windows Tablets

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Specification

Brand Adonit
Model ADJPDG
Size 18 x 5 cm (7.1 x 2 in)

Reviews (8.1/10 Avg. rating)


GeekBeat

Spot-on precision

from GeekBeat

The stylus has the feel of a quality pen, with a pocket clip cut into the upper part of the barrel. The lower part of the barrel features a textured grip. The Jot Pro is compatible with iOS, Android, Windows and most touchscreen devices. It’s a great option for bringing a natural and precise feel to any writing or drawing you do on a tablet that isn’t equipped with its own stylus.

 

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The stylus has the feel of a quality pen, with a pocket clip cut into the upper part of the barrel. The lower part of the barrel features a textured grip. The Jot Pro is compatible with iOS, Android, Windows and most touchscreen devices. It’s a great option for bringing a natural and precise feel to any writing or drawing you do on a tablet that isn’t equipped with its own stylus.

 

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AndroidSPIN

One of the best third-party styluses that you can get for your Android device

from AndroidSPIN

The Adonit Jot Pro is one of the best third-party styluses that you can get for your Android device. The combination of durability, functionality and value is a potent one, one which can transform your Android device into an art and note-taking dream. If it weren’t for the lack of storage capabilities, though, it might have been flawless, but at RRP $44.99 AUD (or MSRP $29.95 USD), that’s a small price to pay for something that’s near perfect.

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The Adonit Jot Pro is one of the best third-party styluses that you can get for your Android device. The combination of durability, functionality and value is a potent one, one which can transform your Android device into an art and note-taking dream. If it weren’t for the lack of storage capabilities, though, it might have been flawless, but at RRP $44.99 AUD (or MSRP $29.95 USD), that’s a small price to pay for something that’s near perfect.

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GottaBeMobile

I don’t think this is a ready for prime time product just yet

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If my experience is any indication, I don’t think this is a ready for prime time product just yet. As you can see from the video I had very little luck creating a smooth or consistent Digital Inking experience. While no iPad Digital Inking experience well ever equal that of a Tablet PC, I find that using Penultimate with less expensive and less complicated styli works better for me in my digital note taking. Circling back to the beginning of the review the experience just doesn’t feel natural working with these moving parts.

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If my experience is any indication, I don’t think this is a ready for prime time product just yet. As you can see from the video I had very little luck creating a smooth or consistent Digital Inking experience. While no iPad Digital Inking experience well ever equal that of a Tablet PC, I find that using Penultimate with less expensive and less complicated styli works better for me in my digital note taking. Circling back to the beginning of the review the experience just doesn’t feel natural working with these moving parts.

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PCWorld

Almost perfect, a highly-recommend stylus for tablet-bound artists, designers and amateurs who like to doodle

from PCWorld

The Adonit Jot Pro has a novel nib design which proves highly accurate, low-friction and pleasantly quiet.

I’d highly recommended it to anyone with a capacitive-touchscreen tablet such as the Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab or Microsoft Surface RT – though for drawing, it’s particularly suited to smaller tablets, such as the iPad mini or Nexus 7....

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The Adonit Jot Pro has a novel nib design which proves highly accurate, low-friction and pleasantly quiet.

I’d highly recommended it to anyone with a capacitive-touchscreen tablet such as the Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab or Microsoft Surface RT – though for drawing, it’s particularly suited to smaller tablets, such as the iPad mini or Nexus 7.

Even if you don’t sketch, draw or paint, the Jot Pro is great for getting around websites, productivity software and even tap-and-drag games like Words With Friends. However, a super-cheap alternative will probably suit you just as well for those less accuracy-dependent applications.

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iLounge

It very much feels like a premium, professional accessory

from iLounge

One of the things that’s really nice about this stylus is it feels like a pen, not a crayon, marker, or other obscure writing utensil. This makes writing and drawing feel natural. In conjunction with the disc—it doesn’t seem like it should work but it really does—the experience of using Jot Pro is about as close to writing on paper as one can have on a tablet. The biggest drawback is the price; while it’s not unreasonable, Jot and Jot Mini are so good at lower prices that it may be difficult for some to justify the extra expense, however the fit and finish are so incredibly nice that we feel the extra few dollars are well worth it. Jot Pro rightfully deserves the same high recommendation as Jot and Jot Mini.

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One of the things that’s really nice about this stylus is it feels like a pen, not a crayon, marker, or other obscure writing utensil. This makes writing and drawing feel natural. In conjunction with the disc—it doesn’t seem like it should work but it really does—the experience of using Jot Pro is about as close to writing on paper as one can have on a tablet. The biggest drawback is the price; while it’s not unreasonable, Jot and Jot Mini are so good at lower prices that it may be difficult for some to justify the extra expense, however the fit and finish are so incredibly nice that we feel the extra few dollars are well worth it. Jot Pro rightfully deserves the same high recommendation as Jot and Jot Mini.

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Cnet

The Adonit Jot Pro works a treat

from Cnet

If you do a lot of handwriting or sketching that requires high visibility and precision, the Adonit Jot Pro works a treat.

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If you do a lot of handwriting or sketching that requires high visibility and precision, the Adonit Jot Pro works a treat.

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iMore

Best stylus you can get for illustration and precision lines

from iMore

The Adonit Jot Pro is the best stylus you can get for illustration and precision lines. If you want to produce highly detailed, draft-quality work, the Jot Pro is for you. If you want to game, take lots of short notes, or paint, it's not going to be a great choice for you. That's the price of being unique and excelling at one thing rather than trying to be good enough at everything. If you want a more general purpose stylus, look at the Kuel H12 or Pogo Pro. If you want precision penmanship, get the Jot Pro.

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The Adonit Jot Pro is the best stylus you can get for illustration and precision lines. If you want to produce highly detailed, draft-quality work, the Jot Pro is for you. If you want to game, take lots of short notes, or paint, it's not going to be a great choice for you. That's the price of being unique and excelling at one thing rather than trying to be good enough at everything. If you want a more general purpose stylus, look at the Kuel H12 or Pogo Pro. If you want precision penmanship, get the Jot Pro.

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Android Central

It is precise due to its clear plastic disk and very good for handwriting

from Android Central

The Jot Pro is certainly one of the more unique takes on stylus pen design and function. It is precise due to its clear plastic disk and very good for handwriting.

For apps like Handwrite, this would be an excellent stylus to use. Writing is precise and legible and the flow on the screen is quite good. The noise on the screen can be an issue for some – especially if you are one who prints and continually lifts up your stylus from the screen....

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The Jot Pro is certainly one of the more unique takes on stylus pen design and function. It is precise due to its clear plastic disk and very good for handwriting.

For apps like Handwrite, this would be an excellent stylus to use. Writing is precise and legible and the flow on the screen is quite good. The noise on the screen can be an issue for some – especially if you are one who prints and continually lifts up your stylus from the screen.

The Jot Pro optimized apps work better than any other app with the Jot Pro; the downside there is that you need to purchase additional apps to take advantage of those capabilities.

For general navigation of the device – activating icons and swiping pages – this will not perform as well as a silicon tipped stylus.

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Capsule Computers

A great stylus for serious writers and artists looking to upgrade their tablet experience

from Capsule Computers

Overall the Jot Pro is a great stylus for serious writers and artists looking to upgrade their tablet experience. At $29.99 USD, the Jot Pro is not cheap, but the build quality reflects the price. The Jot Pro is made of weighty aluminum and steel, with incredibly strong magnets. Though there are some hiccups with the disk system that requires a certain level of care and possibly a bit of end user hacks to use, the precision disk is an absolute joy for writing and drawing. Between my Bluetooth keyboard and my Jot Pro, I have literally ditched paper for writing notes during lecture for my iPad. Unfortunately, the 30 dollar sticker price may be a bit too much to justify for some people. Those who are still interested but unwilling to pay that much may want to look into the regular Jot that forgoes the magnets and rubber grip for $19.99 or the smaller Jot Mini for $21.99. If you write or draw heavily on your tablet, I strongly recommend the Jot Pro.

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Overall the Jot Pro is a great stylus for serious writers and artists looking to upgrade their tablet experience. At $29.99 USD, the Jot Pro is not cheap, but the build quality reflects the price. The Jot Pro is made of weighty aluminum and steel, with incredibly strong magnets. Though there are some hiccups with the disk system that requires a certain level of care and possibly a bit of end user hacks to use, the precision disk is an absolute joy for writing and drawing. Between my Bluetooth keyboard and my Jot Pro, I have literally ditched paper for writing notes during lecture for my iPad. Unfortunately, the 30 dollar sticker price may be a bit too much to justify for some people. Those who are still interested but unwilling to pay that much may want to look into the regular Jot that forgoes the magnets and rubber grip for $19.99 or the smaller Jot Mini for $21.99. If you write or draw heavily on your tablet, I strongly recommend the Jot Pro.

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Tech Advisor

The Jot Pro is expensive, too, but it's well made and comfortable to use

from Tech Advisor

Much more accurate than a rubber-tipped stylus, but still not perfect. The Jot Pro is expensive, too, but it's well made and comfortable to use. We think a spare disk should be included in the package; replacements are absurdly expensive. You'll also have to factor in the cost of a screen protector, unless you don't care about your screen being scratched.

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Much more accurate than a rubber-tipped stylus, but still not perfect. The Jot Pro is expensive, too, but it's well made and comfortable to use. We think a spare disk should be included in the package; replacements are absurdly expensive. You'll also have to factor in the cost of a screen protector, unless you don't care about your screen being scratched.

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Amazon.com Reviews Summary

1,758 from Amazon.com

1,758 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Adonit Jot Pro. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.6 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

7.2/10

Amazon.ca Reviews Summary

57 from Amazon.ca

57 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the Adonit Jot Pro. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.8 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.

7.6/10

Amazon.co.uk Reviews Summary

481 from Amazon.co.uk

481 Amazon.co.uk shoppers shared a review for the Adonit Jot Pro. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.7 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.co.uk customer reviews.

7.4/10

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