Show Report: Lynktec

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By Nick Guy

Accessories Editor, iLounge
Published: Friday, January 10, 2014

Although it’s not the only company making Bluetooth-free, battery powered styluses—we’ve seen others from Just Mobile and The Joy Factory here at CES—Lynktec showed off its TruGlide Apex ($60). Coming in brushed silver or obsidian black colors, it’s the product of a successful Kickstarter campaign.

  • Lynktec

    Like its competitors, TruGlide Apex has a fine rubber tip, allowing for more precise writing and sketching. The battery inside provides an electrical current through the nib, so that it's recognized by the iPad's display.

  • Lynktec

    The tip is 2.4mm wide, and the body is a nice metal. It power on and off with a simple twist.

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