Small, good plastic and the idea of connecting the stylus to headphones jack is cool in theory. The stylus does not pick up touches unless you press the flat side of the rubber tip against the screen. The flat rubber tip covers too large of an area for drawing (the main reason for needing a stylus in the first place) or precision contact. The headphone ... Read more
It works, kind of. The small headphone jack is pretty helpful since I can attach a lot of other stuff like cellphone avatars and hooks and other stuff. It doesn't work, kind of. You have to push a bit for it to register on the screen. The tip is made of rubber so it is not useful for sliding or dragging on phones. I tried it on my Motorola Droid and ... Read more
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