If you draw and write a lot on a tablet or another touchscreen device then you should definitely think about picking up a stylus for better accuracy and easier drawing.
But with some many options available, what stylus do you get? We are hoping to answer that question for you with our list of what we consider to be the best stylus pens of 2017.
Check them out below:
The Wacom CS-100 is a slim and weight-balanced stylus that has been designed for improved sketching with a soft tip for a sleek pen-like feeling.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £8
The Pencil from Apple has been designed to provide you with precision drawing and writing on the iPad Pro, featuring a sleek design that follows on from the usual Apple design.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £86
If you want to go back to basics then you might be happy with the AmazonBasics Stylus, which is a simple stylus that has been designed for use with any touchscreen design.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £10
Adobe Creative Cloud Stylus
Adobe also have their own stylus that has been designed for use with the various Creative Cloud services, with a sleek integration that allows you to access files and create files on the cloud efficently. It features an aluminum sheel with a “Pixelpoint” tip for accurate and pressure-sensitive lines and strokes.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £27
The FiftyThree Pencil is an old stylus, however, it is still pretty good in 2017. It features a woodern design with a pressure sensitive tip, palm rejection, and blending features.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £50
The Adonit Switch is a 2-in-1 stylus pen that combines a fine point tip for accuracy and a precision disc that allows you to see where you are writing as you are writing.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £25