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Logitech Crayon Digital Pencil For All iPads Released in 2019 or Later, iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Mini, iPad Air with iOS 12.2+ £45 @ Amazon
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Logitech Crayon Digital Pencil For All iPads Released in 2019 or Later, iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Mini, iPad Air with iOS 12.2+ £45 @ Amazon

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How do these compare to the apple pencils?
PICNIC07/02/2020 23:48

How do these compare to the apple pencils?


It doesn't support pressure sensitivity and battery life is 6 hours, compared to 10 hours of the Apple one.

youtube.com/wat…gM8
This is half of what an Apple Pencil costs and it’s made with the same components. I have this and I’m quite happy, there’s no lag and it’s got a good battery life.

If you’re an artist or anyone else who needs/wants pressure sensitivity, you should definitely buy the Apple Pencil.
With this.. While using if your fingers touch the screen accidentally does it register that too? Or pen only?
So only good for writing or simple sketching. Don’t give it to someone who wants to draw.
New ipad air doesnt support pressure sensitivity anyway.
Karan4u08/02/2020 06:09

With this.. While using if your fingers touch the screen accidentally does …With this.. While using if your fingers touch the screen accidentally does it register that too? Or pen only?


Depends on the app. Palm rejection is in place so it does limit random touches. In Procreate, you can disable finger touch so only the Crayon/Pencil will draw and you can use your fingers to orientate the page.
Recently picked up this Crayon for casual drawing and really pleased with it.
Edited by: "AdamAsh" 8th Feb
Same price at Currys as well, I've just ordered from there as I had some vouchers, but at either retailer £45 is a good price.
naqvial08/02/2020 09:38

New ipad air doesnt support pressure sensitivity anyway.


Really? Do you have a link to support this assertion? Thanks!
richteabiscuit27/02/2020 14:22

Really? Do you have a link to support this assertion? Thanks!


Its on official apple site. I was researching it prior to purchase as it was between the logitech and apple pencil. They had to lower spec of air as otherwise the air would eat sales of the pro! Hence pencil support but no pressure sensitivity.
naqvial27/02/2020 14:51

Its on official apple site. I was researching it prior to purchase as it …Its on official apple site. I was researching it prior to purchase as it was between the logitech and apple pencil. They had to lower spec of air as otherwise the air would eat sales of the pro! Hence pencil support but no pressure sensitivity.


Please share the link.
naqvial27/02/2020 14:51

Its on official apple site. I was researching it prior to purchase as it …Its on official apple site. I was researching it prior to purchase as it was between the logitech and apple pencil. They had to lower spec of air as otherwise the air would eat sales of the pro! Hence pencil support but no pressure sensitivity.


Hi I think you may have misunderstood or we're talking about different models. The ipad air 3 with apple pencil is definitely pressure sensitive.
richteabiscuit27/02/2020 15:16

Hi I think you may have misunderstood or we're talking about different …Hi I think you may have misunderstood or we're talking about different models. The ipad air 3 with apple pencil is definitely pressure sensitive.


youtu.be/UzV…4X4

see about 5 mins in for pressure sensitivity demo
richteabiscuit27/02/2020 15:16

Hi I think you may have misunderstood or we're talking about different …Hi I think you may have misunderstood or we're talking about different models. The ipad air 3 with apple pencil is definitely pressure sensitive.


Yes but the logitech crayon is not.

theverge.com/cir…s-r
naqvial27/02/2020 15:40

Yes but the logitech crayon is …Yes but the logitech crayon is not.https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/9/11/17842556/ipad-logitech-crayon-apple-pencil-stylus-r


You said the air doesn't support pressure sensitivity!!???
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