amPen (TM) Ultra-sensitive Capacitive Stylus for Apple iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Mini, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, ipod, Galaxy S 3, Nexus 7 [in Retail Packing]

August 24, 2013 - Comment

Introducing amPen® Capacitive Stylus Using the latest technology, this stylus is as responsive as your fingers. Durable rubber tip protects your screen from scratch and allows you to type accurately and comfortably. Compatibility: Compatible with all capacitive touch screen devices, including following tablets and smart phones. Tablet: iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad

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(as of October 22, 2017 2:45 pm BST - Details)

Introducing amPen® Capacitive Stylus

Using the latest technology, this stylus is as responsive as your fingers. Durable rubber tip protects your screen from scratch and allows you to type accurately and comfortably.

Compatibility:
Compatible with all capacitive touch screen devices, including following tablets and smart phones.
Tablet:
iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Mini, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 2, Nexus 7 and ALL other Tablets.
Smart Phone:
iPhone 5, iPhone 4/4s, Galaxy S2, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note II, Nexus 4, HTC One X, HTC One, HTC Droid DNA and ALL other smart phones.

Tip Material:
Conductive Rubber

Dimension:
Size (LWH): 4.0×0.4×0.4 inches
Weight: 1.3 oz

Color:
Black

Other Colors Available on Amazon:
Silver, Amazon part number (ASIN): B00BNPS3XW

Warranty:
30 days Money Back Guarantee
12 Months Replacement Warranty

Product Features

  • Ultra-sensitive–Using the latest technology, this stylus is as responsive as your fingers.
  • Compatibility–Compatible with all capacitive touch screen devices, including ipad, iphone.
  • Conveniently designed in pen form; perfect for carrying around; Comes with Retail Box
  • Protection–Durable soft tip protects your screen from scratch

 

Comments

Linda Shoberg says:

rubber tip In no time, the rubber tip ripped. Had to buy another stylus within 3 month of purchasing this one. Not a good purchase.

B. Wolfe says:

Inaccurate, unresponsive The tip is no more fine than a fingertip, so it’s no help there. And it tends to not register a touch very well; while it is still touching the screen it will just arbitrarily lose connection. This will drive you crazy while trying to drag something or swipe. I really don’t understand how this gets so many good reviews when my own fingertips work so much better.It isn’t worth the shipping cost of an RMA so I’ll just eat it, I guess.(used on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7″, one month old, no issues with the tablet)

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