Cregle iPen: First Stylus Created for iPad
By Ricky Mauch

If you have an iPad and some drawing skills I am pretty sure that you were looking for some kind of stylus for you iOS device. Despite its great popularity, Apple doesn?t have any and I can?t say it?s bad but it would definitely be better to see one especially designed for this tablet. But if not Apple than Kickstarter! This small company makes a decision to release Cregle iPen. It is the first and the only totally working pen designed for iPad only and that gives you a possibility to make digital notes and sketches on very precise manner. Kickstarter plans to spend about $162,000 on this project and if successful ? more will come. Here?s a word from officials: The Cregle iPen transforms the iPad into a content creation device, not just a content consumption device. iPen is the first active digitizer stylus that allows you to write with precision directly on the iPad. Unlike the passive digitizer used in the typical iPad stylus, iPen writes like a real pen with accurate positioning and palm rejection features that passive products simply cannot achieve. With the Cregle iPen?s active digitizer, the attached receiver picks up the iPen?s signal and its precise position as it hovers above the screen. This crucial advantage allows iPen to actively transmit 60 samples per second to pinpoint the pen?s exact location. Also, Cregle iPen 2 is promised to become even better. The iPen should retail for around $89 when it eventually hits store shelves. And, do not forget to take a look at iPen at work.




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