Having impressed us in 2012 with its improved Writer keyboard cases and Jot styluses for iPads, Adonit arrives at the 2013 CES with a sequel to its advanced pressure-sensitive stylus Jot Touch, repriced and featuring new technology. The new version will sell for a lower price of $90, including 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity, palm rejection technology, and a Bluetooth 4 chip for improved power efficiency. Adonit is promising one month of battery life on a single battery charge for the new Jot Touch, which otherwise preserves the look, buttons, and colors of the 2012 model.
Adonit’s 2013 CES booth.
The new Jot Touch, being used to draw and write with one of a number of applications that support pressure-sensitive input.