Both a stylus for touch screens, and regular pen for paper | Made from high quality materials | Rollerball pen is refillable
Both a stylus for touch screens, and regular pen for paper | Made from high quality materials | Rollerball pen is refillableLess
So what's the verdict? The Touch Pen Alloy is one of the greatest things I've ever had on my desk. Unlike its plastic counterpart, which requires that your fingers are in constant, firm contact with the rubberized grip, the Alloy version works as a stylus no matter how you hold it. And when I say it "works" I mean it's recognized the moment you touch it to the your screen, rather than requiring you to press the pen down with the force of a falling asteroid. Oh, and the super-smooth gel pen housed within still works like a charm.
It's a little bit on the large side, even for me, and... Full review
Overall, each of LunaTik’s Touch Pens is independently worthy of our high recommendation. Touch Pen Polymer is a great $20 stylus and pen, offering high-quality ink and digital pen capabilities in an attractive, lightweight body. Similarly, Touch Pen Alloy is a great $40 alternative, adding the sort of metallic weight and finish users should expect from a premium Apple accessory. Either version will deliver better results as a pure stylus than most of the rivals we’ve tested, and when you consider how well-implemented the classic pen feature is, you’ll wonder why no one tr... Full review
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