Adobe Ink & Slide Creative Cloud Stylus for iPad - £21.99 at MyMemory
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Adobe Ink & Slide Creative Cloud Stylus for iPad - £21.99 at MyMemory

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Found 23rd JanMade hot 23rd Jan
Decent deal for one of these, Amazon is selling them for £26.99 at the moment

Introducing creative hardware that makes sketching and drawing more natural and fluid. Designed to be used with the iPad, Adobe Ink is a fine-tip, pressure-sensitive pen built using Adonit Pixelpoint technology to give you greater creative control and unprecedented precision. Adobe Slide is a digital ruler that lets you draw any shape on your iPad, including straight lines, perfect circles, classic French curves and more.

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"Ink & Slide are designed to work with iPad 4, iPad mini (all models), and
iPad Air (1st generation).

Note: There is a known, intermittent issue with the iPad Air 2,
in which Ink stops drawing mid-stroke. This will require Adobe SDK
(software) updates to resolve

Not fully compatible with iPad Pro."

Just in case someone missed it. Heat from me.
Edited by: "buliztik" 23rd Jan

This seems to be a better option that the Apple Pencil

Make sure you know which iPads are supported before buying. Also this is no longer supported by Adobe so no guarantee it will work with their apps.

mdearlove

Make sure you know which iPads are supported before buying. Also this is … Make sure you know which iPads are supported before buying. Also this is no longer supported by Adobe so no guarantee it will work with their apps.



Why is no longer supported by Adobe, isn't this a relatively new product? Did it not take off or have they released newer models?

u01atc8

This seems to be a better option that the Apple Pencil



Only for non pro systems that don't support the Apple Pencil. If you have an iPad Pro, the pencil is the best option. It's more accurate than even Wacoms finest. Best thing Apple make IMHO.

liveinabin

Only for non pro systems that don't support the Apple Pencil. If you have … Only for non pro systems that don't support the Apple Pencil. If you have an iPad Pro, the pencil is the best option. It's more accurate than even Wacoms finest. Best thing Apple make IMHO.



Thats the first time hearing it, any source to back that up?

Xyzac

Thats the first time hearing it, any source to back that up?



Well..me. I've owned and used pretty much everything, from Cintiqs, through Intuos tablets to Bluetooth iPad stylus'. The cintiq was fine, but (as you'll often see in reviews) has a little lag and the thick glass of the display tends to throw your accuracy off. The Apple Pencil, on the other hand is incredible. The tracking is spot on, tilt recognition is very good (although that specific function is slightly better in the Intuos pens) and it just perfectly weighted. The iPad Pro actually doubles the display scanning rate when it senses the pencil too, a feat which no other iPad stylus can match. In doing so, it rather hammers the battery but I'll take the hit for the performance it gives.
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