Ten One Design announced that its Bluetooth 4.0 stylus is expected to ship at the end of the month. The Pogo Connect is a pressure-sensitive stylus, meaning the stroke of the instrument changes depending how hard it is pressed on the glass. Being Bluetooth 4.0 has other benefits as the input allows the iPad to reject incidental contact with palms and wrists.
Ten One also announced a new feature for the stylus. The instrument is equipped with magnetic tip holders, which will make removal easier. The company indicated that down the road it plans to offer different tips. Also interestingly there's a built in system for locating lost pens I guess if it gets stuck in the cushions.
iOS apps need be designed to accommodate the Bluetooth interface since it doesn't use the standard captive screen input. Ten One said 16 apps have been announced and hopefully more to follow.
The Pogo Connect is available for pre-order now and sells for $79.95.
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