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Lynktec

Fine Point Active Stylus Pen for iPad - Apex Fusion (Black)

3.3
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€213,00
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Description

  • Precision fine tip stylus pen is ideal for writing and drawing on iPads, tablets, and smartphones.
  • Works with the iPad Pro 9.7-inch/10.5-inch/12.9-inch, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad 3/4/5/6, iPad Mini 2/3/4, and iPhone X.
  • Great for use with note taking and sketching apps like INKredible, Notability, Procreate, Concepts, Noteshelf 2, Notes Plus, ZoomNotes, and more with no Bluetooth pairing required.
  • Patented TruGlide fiber tip technology glides smoother than rubber for a natural, pen-like writing experience.
  • Active stylus has a slim, anodized aluminum body, pocket clip, and built-in rechargeable battery that can be charged over 500 times (micro USB cable included).

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Customer Reviews

It works perfectly on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 I have used this beautiful stylus on Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 inch and it is really very nice precision stylus, actually this pen one of the most expensive active styluses but worth it.It charged via Micro USB and neither battery to be replaced nor Bluetooth pairing is needed, the battery last a long time.I used it for a month and I do not know really if the tip has to be replaced or it will be worn down after 3 months as I read in some reviews, however, replacement tips are available here in Amazon.There is a noticeable delay while writing but this response delay is expected as Tab S2 does not come originally with stylus and this little delay is accepted for me.I would like to give my personal comments about some points that I have read some reviews about them in Amazon:1- The stylus has a blue light at the bottom which is for me Not that bright and Not distracting while writing on my Tab unless you prefer to use the pen in a dark room or when room lights are off, otherwise this blue light is just fine.2- The tip glides on the screen smoothly and it will not scratch (Note that: screen protector will affect the accuracy of the pen and will give more delay while writing).3- This pen has an Auto Off feature that every 30 minutes the pen will turned off and for me it is not a problem at all, 30 min is not a short time.4- The only little thing that I do not like about it that I need holding the power button for 3 or 4 seconds to switch it On or Off and I think if it is only one click like some other active pens it would be much better since this the power button is solid and not easy to be switched on and even if this happens, the auto off feature can prevent draining down the battery if button accidentally pressed so, this is only thing that I do not like it on this pen but it is not a big issue.I hope this review is a helpful and I recommended this great Active Stylus Pen for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 device. 4Love this product but I love this stylus its well made and has worked with any of the devices that I've used it on. I only have one problem though I hate how you have to have it turned on in order to use the product. Also hate how it turns off after only 30 minutes of use I get it when your not using it but it can be somewhat frustrating at times to turn it back on if you didn't know it turned itself off. 5Works well on my devices when fully charged Pros:- Really nice feel at least when the tip is new- Works well on Samsung S4 Tab and Note 3 - when fully chargedCons:- Battery doesn't last long after a few months of use- The charge indicator light is not a reliable indicator of whether the device is charged enough to functionAnother note, this device does't draw enough current to be charge by many/most portable battery power packs, and some plug in chargers. Many batteries and some AC powered chargers detect no load and shut off after a few seconds. This means you need a charger with*out* an auto shutoff feature to charge this device.Update: Fyi, I paid $45 when I purchased this stylus. At that price it's a nice stylus with a weak battery, which significantly compromises its usefulness in an all day work environment for me. In NO way is item this worth the current price of $65 or more, imho of course. Ymmv. 3Excellent quality, nice tip, but accuracy is an issue The quality of materials in the stylus is awesome. It feels very nice in the hand, has a nice weight to it, and the hard tip slides better across the screen than the rubberized soft tips that you commonly see in styluses. The etched grip area adds a nice amount of texture so that you can hold it well, and the battery lasts quite a long time. My only problem with this is the accuracy.Accuracy is a huge issue with iPads because the screens aren't made to be used with active styluses (most of them simulate a finger which is why the tips are larger). To have the accuracy of a stylus like on the Surface or Samsung tablets, the tablet itself needs to support the technology and be integrated into the display. Because Apple chose not to implement this technology, you're stuck with styluses that aren't trying their best but just fall flat. I've tried $20 ones, $80 ones, a Bluetooth one, and many in between. They all have flaws because essentially they're trying to overcome a hardware limitation that exists on the iPad. This stylus had a nice tip, but if you look closely while writing, the "ink" is never right where the tip of the stylus is. It's because the iPad is "looking" for a finger and this powered stylus is trying to trick the display, usually not doing a very good job. If you're drawing or doing anything like that, then this stylus works great. If you're trying to get accurate handwritten notes, you're going to have a bad time with almost any stylus and an iPad.Honestly, I recommend buying a stylus under $20, possibly one of the cheaper Adonit ones with the circular plastic piece, and just get used to not having amazing accuracy. If I did more drawing or graphic design work, this would be fine, but I use it to take notes in class and this stylus (as well as most others) just doesn't perform very well.Disclosure: I was able to get this stylus at a discount in exchange for evaluating it and writing an honest review. These are my own opinions and I wasn't compensated for my review or compelled to write favorably. 4Several Features Are Annoying, But Works...However, Button is Now Jamming PROS:1) I can't live without this for editing video on my Google Pixel C tablet using the Power Director app, as well as making Powerpoint Slides using the Google Slides app. When I use my fingers, I'm always pressing the wrong thing.2) The length is great. I don't have to reach out to touch a button on my tablet. It makes editing video and making slides a lot quicker.CONS:1) The blue LED light at the bottom is so bright. I believe you're meant to hold the stylus towards the end and cover the light, but if you're like me and just hold the end of the stylus towards the button, you can't cover it. So what happens when I'm in my room at night with barely any light, the blue LED hurts my eyes. It's distracting, so much that I had to sew up a piece of elastic to cover it at the end. (I added a picture to show how it looks like.)2) The automatic shut-off feature shuts the pen off every 30 minutes. It doesn't do it when it's "asleep"-- it just automatically shuts it off. It's good if your'e not using your stylus for a long period of time to save battery... but if you're like me and spending an hour plus editing, it's really annoying to find that your stylus has turned off which you will automatically mistake as the program freezing.3) Not only is the automatic shut-off annoying, turning the stylus back on means you'll need to to hold on the power button for about 3 or 4 seconds. (I always guess wrong and have to slide up my fabric to see if I have actually turned it on.) It's not an automatic click on.4) After about 2 months of use, the button has now jammed... as if the spring is broken. So now I have to spend more time trying to make sure it's turned on, by holding one end of the button and sliding the button towards the end. It's hard to explain, but basically, it's kind of broken, and I'm sure with more use it'll break where I won't be able to use the stylus anymore. I'll be returning this ASAP once I have a replacement on the way. 3If you have an apple product, it may perform better... I tested this stylus on two devices. First was an iPad mini (I think the mini 2, not sure though), it worked alright, certainly wasn't the best, but wasn't awful. I tested for diagonal jitter (has a decent amount) and I tested writing with it. Writing with it was ok, the jitter didn't interfere too much so I was pleased enough.ON WINDOWS HOWEVERIt was pretty bad to say the least...I tested the stylus on a Lenovo Yoga 11e (one issued by my school). The jitter was pretty bad, more noticeable on the windows than on the apple. I then tested writing and that's where things went downhill. The jitter was so bad that it made my writing look terrible, not only that but it had some skipping issues. Since one of the main things I do is note-taking, I take writing into large consideration. I'm currently in the process of returning.The reason I did give it two stars:1-it physically looks very nice and high end, beautiful to look at.2-maybe it was my devices that simply didn't work with the device, it is possible someone with different devices may have better compatibility 2Most pen like feel I trialed a few styluses before settling on this one. I have had mine for two years and it's used for 24 hrs a week taking notes. The pen tip is unique and is firm, writing most like a pen/pencil of any I have used. When I use it with a matte screen protector it is as close to paper and pencil as I can get. The tip is wearing out so it's time for a new one. I went looking at all the newer fine tip styluses but I'm going to get this one again. Why mess with success? 4star review because it does turn off at the most annoying times, sometimes mid sentence. Minor problem. 4Great value for phone and tablet sketching. I use this for phonepainting using Autodesk sketchbook. It works well for the purpose and has good balance. Sturdy aluminum construction.Minor annoyances: like everyone, people think large blue LEDs are great . They are not. Secondly, it will sometimes auto-power off, and you need to press the button on the clip to reactivate.Plus: great feel, easy charging via microUSB, and long battery life measured in many hours (charges nearly full in 10 minutes). 4Not too bad but not amazing either. I paid the full advertised price for this stylus. First, I do want to say this is a beautiful stylus. I ordered the pink/rose gold to match my rose gold Ipad Pro 9.7, which, supposedly is optimized for styli. Its pretty with the rose gold ipad pro. I tried some of the writing apps suggested by Lynktec, including Noteshelf and the Lite version of Zoomnotes. Im not fond of Zoomnotes but wanted to try the stylus with an app that is supposedly optimized for this particular stylus on an ipad optimized for the use of a stylus. The stylus works ok with noteshelf, but there was no specific setting for an Apex product. Still, it functioned fairly well for the most part, although there was the occasional gap. This problem was most prominent with the "thin lines" settings. When set to a thicker line, it did much better. I think the result was a bit better with Zoomnotes when set to the setting for Apex products...smoother writing, fewer gaps. The thinner settings worked a bit better. But again, not fond of Zoomnotes in general. Too much clutter on the user interface. I didnt see much difference when turning off the gestures feature, nor did i see much diffference when activating palm rejection, for either app. Now I also tried it with some of the adult and kid coloring apps, and it works pretty well. Its great for the apps with pictures that are small, particularly if you are not zooming in. The tip is much finer than many of the other tips. I like that. Wish it came with at least one replacement. Finally, I tried it as a stylus, not a writing or painting or drawing instrument, but just as a regular old stylus for tapping and selecting and moving the page up and down while reading. It does just fine for those functions, and is especially good at hitting small action points. Its nice because it helps minimize fingerprints on the screen, but there are still things you will find easier to just do with a finger. And of course the gestures must still be completed with fingers. BUT. You must understand that this stylus will not work AT ALL for any reason, unless it is charged and turned on. If you are out and about and it loses its charge and your charger is at home, its dead in the water. It will not work like a basic stylus with no bells and whistles, period. The only real downside to this stylus besides the price, is that it will turn itself off after about 30 minutes. And thats a pain because like I said: it will not work at all when it isnt on. So there is that second or two where you are trying and trying to get the button pressed or the word written or the color to come in or the page to move...and...nothing. Then you notice the blue light is out and you turn it back on and all is well. I wish they would fix that. I havent seen any other stylus with battery power that does that. But when its on, I like it. If I had had an opportunity to "try before you buy", would I have spent $50 on it? Well, probably not, since there are some other pretty rose gold styli out there for much less money. But will I send it back? Nope. Given that I appreciate a beautiful object, and this stylus in rose gold is really a beautiful object, it has a clip, it looks great with my rose gold ipad pro, it functions reasonably well with all the relevent applications one would think of using a stylus for in the first place, and it has a nice kind of tip, I think its still a keeper. 3Disappointed I had read a number of reviews of the Lynktec Apex Fusion Fine point Stylus and how it is a good addition to your bag. After a lot of deliberation and going back and forth, I decided to buy one for my Samsung Galaxy Tab A. Now let me be clear here. I do not have the fanciest of phones or tablets. Both of my devices are "budget range" and are 2 years old. However I had still expected the stylus to perform as a normal pen on paper based on the reviews and videos. Unfortunately my experience was not exactly mind-blowing. I could not write on screen, unless I wrote really slowly. I used the Inkredible app as it was a recommended app on the Lynktec website. I could draw, but anything smaller than a 2cmx2cm square would not come out correctly.I believe the most irritating part was that Palm rejection did not work as expected on Inkredible, but I guess that is a problem of the app or the hardware, rather than the stylus. However, if you have recommended an app, I guess you should have tested it thoroughly with all supported hardware and have a table with columns such as Best experience" "Works okay" "Poor performance" "Not tested" . This will allow android users to decide whether or not, they want to spend money on buying a costly stylus. 3
Fine Point Active Stylus Pen for iPad - Apex Fusion (Black)

Fine Point Active Stylus Pen for iPad - Apex Fusion (Black)

3.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€213,00
Sale price
€213,00
Regular price
€352,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€139,00)