The active stylus feels good in hand and the weight works for me. I noticed that the description says that it is not compatible with the iPad Air 2 but that is the first device I tried it on and it works through the tempered glass. There is also a clip-on that can be useful. Even though the pen itself does not have pressure sensitivity, it has a spring mechanism on the tip that stimulates pressure for comfort. In addition, there is no palm rejection either probably because there is no Bluetooth connectivity. I will need to use it for some time to give a final rating.
• The active stylus comes in a retail box.
• Includes a Micro USB charging cable and a paper with specifications.
• Has a clip-on.
• Works with the iPad Air 2 through the tempered glass.
• Good build quality and feels comfortable in the hand.
• Has a copper tip that does not need replacement.
• This is an active stylus but does not have palm rejection or pressure sensitivity which is the main reason for having an active stylus in the first place. This is probably because there is no bluetooth. Will need to use for some time to determine the final rating.
Comments and/or Suggestions:
• If it had at least palm rejection with pressure sensitivity then it would be even better.
Bottom line: A good stylus which could have been even better with features such as palm rejection/pressure sensitivity.
UPDATE: After testing on Samsung devices too, this is like a normal capacitive stylus and not a true active stylus and the active part of it just lets it work as a capacitive stylus but no features such as pressure sensitivity, tilt, or palm rejection. I would give it a rating of 3.5 but there is no option for it.
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