Adonit, the company known for its Jot collection of stylus pens with transparent ball-point discs, created Jot Touch, a revolutionary stylus that has the same transparent disc but that can send pressure information to your iPad via Bluetooth connection, reacting with a higher precision to your strokes.
Due to the transparent disc, the contact between the stylus and the display is softer, thus, Jot Touch will interpret with precision the amount of pressure you apply and will accurately rend your strokes.
Jot Touch is compatible with several Jot Ready Apps, such as Procreate, Clibe, Note Taker HD and DeepSketch. Each app has integrated the Jot Ready SDK so users can experience drawing on iPad in a pleasant and more accessible way. Jot Touch communicates with the apps via Bluetooth, allowing users to get to built-in features, such as undo or eraser by using the shortcut buttons on the stylus.
Due to the increase friction, Joy Touch is not able to work properly with few screen protectors. Also, the precision discs deteriorate in time and need replacement. Adonis‘ Joy Touch stylus will soon be available for sale.