New styluses and stands were the stars at The Joy Factory’s CES booth, as the company continued to expand prior lineups and offer separate solutions targeted at professionals and disabled users.
The Pinpoint Precise Stylus ($50) is, like several others we’ve seen at CES, a AAAA battery-powered small tip digital stylus capable of precision writing on an iPad screen.
Made from metal with bristles, AquaBrush can be used as a paintbrush stylus even when it’s wet, producing paint-like on-screen effects when used with art applications.
The Illustrate! stand ($180) is designed as a presentation mount for iPads, enabling a presenter to stand up next to a projector television, draw or interact with the iPad, and see it displayed before a crowd of people.