The new active rechargeable stylus from Ciscle is an upgrade on their previous active stylus. The body is made of good quality aluminium. It’s shaped like a carpenters pencil (i.e. oblong), which is a comfortable fit in hand. 14cm is a good length for most users and longer than some other stylii at the same price.
It has no programmable buttons, nor does it connect with Bluetooth. Charging for 2 hours gives a full 24 hours of use. This gave over 3 days actual use before needing to be connected via the supplied USB cable for re-charge.
The writing experience is very smooth and it feels natural and fast for both writing and drawing. At £25 in UK it is also good value. The 2mm fine tip has a very good action on most screens we tested and the capacitive intensity can be adjusted for personal taste.
HOWEVER, before buying you should make sure your tablet or phone is compatible. It works with most touch screen devices including: Apple iPhone 7 / 7 Plus / 6s / 6s Plus, iPad 1 / 2 / 3 / 4, iPad mini 1 / 2 / 3 / 4, Samsung Galaxy, Huawei, HTC, Google and LG . It is NOT compatible with some newer tablets, namely Apple iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7″, iPad Pro 12.9″, Microsoft Surface and electromagnetic screens.
All in all a very good stylus for the money as long as it works with your tablet or phone (see above).
This is a mid-priced stylus that is active, but does not have Bluetooth for features such as palm rejection. Despite this it is a very competent device for writing and drawing as long as it’s compatible with your tablet/phone.
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