When I totally panned the HTC Flyer for running Android 2.3 upon announcement, I was met with a boat load of criticism that the main attraction for the tablet was its use of the stylus complete with custom software. I stand firm on the complete initial disappointment of Android 2.3 but the comments regarding the stylus made a lot of sense. For students and other professionals who need a note taking replacement utility for their tablet… stylus integration is an essential feature.
If you’re the owner of a Samsung Galaxy Tab of any kind you might want to take a look at this Conductive Stylus they’ve put up for grabs at $19.99. In fact, the first and only reviewer indicates it also works on his Captivate (and other devices), although personally, it would seem silly to use on such a small screen. I’m not a big stylus user myself but for some reason there is something I really like about this Samsung stylus.
Are you a stylus user, and if so, what’s your weapon of choice?
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