The World’s Most Precise Pressure-Sensitive Stylus for iPad and Tablets
December 11th, 2012
Serious artists now have a precision instrument for drawing on tablets from Australian masterminds HEX3.
The JaJa is the first tablet stylus to support up to 1,024 levels of sensitivity, making it the new premier input device for designers and artists alike.
The high-precision stylus features at least four times the precision of competing devices. This attention to detail allows for more natural looking brush strokes and more intuitive control to bring an artist’s vision to life.
The JaJa Stylus is the most precise iPad and tablet stylus on the market with 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity, and it’s the only stylus that doesn’t require a battery-draining Bluetooth or WiFi connection to operate.
Instead, it uses high frequency sound to communicate with any device that has a built-in microphone. This method enables the JaJa to work onboard aircraft and RF-sensitive areas such as hospitals.
The Jaja boasts 40-80 hours of battery life, enough to get most professional artists through an entire work week.
The JaJa captures digital data while sketching directly onto the screen of the device, just like paper, and includes two customizable buttons and a user-replaceable AAA battery.
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