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BoxWave EverTouch Capacitive iPad 3 Stylus – (Newest Technology) Touchscreen iPad3 Stylus with Ultra Durable FiberMesh Fabric Tip for Ultra Responsive, Smoother Glide, and Increased Accuracy for the NEW iPad 3 (Bold Orange)

BoxWave EverTouch Capacitive iPad 3 Stylus – (Newest Technology) Touchscreen iPad3 Stylus with Ultra Durable FiberMesh Fabric Tip for Ultra Responsive, Smoother Glide, and Increased Accuracy for the NEW iPad 3 (Bold Orange)

  • FiberMesh Tip is a tightly woven conductive material that is highly durable and resistant to tearing and breaking
  • The result is ultra accurate and responsive performance, including the ability to work at any screen angle with less pressure required for each movement
  • Longer length; Integrated solid aluminum barrel construction
  • Package includes 3 clip-on lanyard attachments: 3.5mm headphone jack attachment, 3.5mm headphone jack with an elastic coil for screen use while attached, Charm clip for attachment to key chains, charms, or bracelets
  • Available in Bold Orange, Crimson Red, Jet Black, Lunar Blue, Metallic Silver, or Rose Red color

Newest EverTouch with FiberMesh Tip released on 7/15/2012

Welcome to a whole new world!

At BoxWave, our design is motivated by innovation, and our innovation is born from creating solutions. Our EverTouch Capacitive Stylus with FiberMesh is advanced stylus technology, designed as a solution for your everyday touchscreen needs. Our styluses are pen-shaped and extremely portable, for the best fitting and feeling touchscreen writing tools on the market.

FiberMeshTM: Stylus Inno

List Price: $ 24.95

Price: $ 12.50

3 Responses to “BoxWave EverTouch Capacitive iPad 3 Stylus – (Newest Technology) Touchscreen iPad3 Stylus with Ultra Durable FiberMesh Fabric Tip for Ultra Responsive, Smoother Glide, and Increased Accuracy for the NEW iPad 3 (Bold Orange)”

  1. Daniel "Danners" says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I like the mesh tip, June 8, 2012
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    Daniel “Danners” (ARLINGTON, VA, United States) –
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    This review is from: BoxWave EverTouch Capacitive iPad 3 Stylus – (Newest Technology) Touchscreen iPad3 Stylus with Ultra Durable FiberMesh Fabric Tip for Ultra Responsive, Smoother Glide, and Increased Accuracy for the NEW iPad 3 (Bold Orange) (Electronics)

    I have a couple styli but this is the only one with a mesh tip. The tip glides along the New iPad surface with no drag. It’s almost as responsive as my other rubber-tip stylus. (Sometimes I have to tap a couple times to get the iPad (without a screen protector) to respond. This is my prefered stylus for Web surfing, iPad navigation, and writing. It’s lightweight and feels comfortable in my hand (I hold it more like a paintbrush than a pen–toward the back rather than choking up on the tip). The color choices are great–I love the Bold Orange!

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  2. not-so-silent shopper "Ukulele Stirfry" says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Responsive + useful accessories, May 24, 2012
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    This review is from: BoxWave EverTouch Capacitive iPad 3 Stylus – (Newest Technology) Touchscreen iPad3 Stylus with Ultra Durable FiberMesh Fabric Tip for Ultra Responsive, Smoother Glide, and Increased Accuracy for the NEW iPad 3 (Bold Orange) (Electronics)

    I have been looking for a comfortable, responsive, affordable stylus for about a year now. I wanted one that I could use on my iPad to draw, write notes and other basic uses. I have purchased several rubber tipped styles and found they skipped and became less effective over time. The really cheap ones broke easily and I found most of them to be too short. This stylus evades all these issues and offers a number of bonus extras – and at a Great price! I appreciate the longer length (it’s the size of an actual pen which is more familiar in my hand) and the metal mesh tip glides smoothly over my iPads and iPhones screen protectors enabling me to use my DocS app and other notation/drawing apps. There were several accessories that came with it: a curly, stretchy lanyard reminiscent of an old school phone cord only uber tiny, a lobster claw clip on the end which let’s me leave the lanyard with earphone jack plugged in while I remove and use the stylus. A lanyard extension allows me to use the stylus while it’s still attached to the headphone jack. I love everything about this device and the thoughtful extras that come with it. ESPECIALLY for the price. I’ve been using it daily for about 2+ weeks now and find it to be of quality make and durable. It doesn’t hurt that it comes in orange…I’m particularly fond of orange. It is a win, win, win, win purchase.

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  3. Mark Colan "duke-of-url" says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Review using Google Nexus 7 – much better than using my fingers!, July 20, 2012
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    Mark Colan “duke-of-url” (Medford, MA USA) –
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    This review is from: BoxWave EverTouch Capacitive iPad 3 Stylus – (Newest Technology) Touchscreen iPad3 Stylus with Ultra Durable FiberMesh Fabric Tip for Ultra Responsive, Smoother Glide, and Increased Accuracy for the NEW iPad 3 (Bold Orange) (Electronics)

    PROS
    Much faster, more accurate, and reliable than using my finger
    Bright colors make it easy to find
    Good size, fits my hand well

    CONS
    Unsure it is better than less expensive models

    GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF A STYLUS

    For any user of a Google Nexus 7, I recommend three essential accessories: a stylus, a protective cover that stays on while it is in use, and an anti-glare screen protector.

    Because the Google Nexus 7 is substantially smaller than an iPad, screen elements are scaled smaller, and thus are harder to select, especially for my adult male fingers. The tip of a stylus is much smaller than the tip of my finger. Moreover, pressing on the screen with my finger does not always give a response, whereas I can get a consistent response with a stylus. Overall it makes the experience easier, faster, with fewer errors and thus retries.

    A stylus is not rocket science. It is like a pen except that it has a somewhat spongy material that the screen can detect; this material makes it a “capacitive” stylus, perhaps because it has metal in it that the screen can detect. The spongy material should be somewhat stiff but have just a bit of play. It should not scratch the screen, and it should move on the screen with as little resistance as possible. And it should retain these qualities.

    Aside from the tip, some kind of holder, usually shaped like a pen, to make it comfortable to use. I find it useful to have this part in bright colors because I always lose things; I choose colors that I don’t ordinarly have around, like bold orange or crimson, because they stand out better than black or blue.

    THE BOXWAVE EVERTOUCH CAPACTIVE STYLUS

    The tip meets all the requirements. Obviously I just received the stylus and cannot comment on how long it lasts, but it appears to be well made.

    Though apparently made for an iPad, it works quite well with the Google Nexus 7, and probably most other Android devices. As I said before, the smaller the screen, the more important it is to have a stylus.

    The pen part is just over 5 1/8″ long and has a clip for your shirt pocket (guaranteed never to leak ink and stain your shirt :-) ) and a little string with a plug that can go into the headphone jack so that it stays attached to the pad of your choice. It occurs to me that if they made the string longer, it could stay plugged in while you use it; they could even have made it retractable, but these are not currently part of the design.

    I like the bright colors and the overall design. The pen is comfortable for long-term use and it is a HUGE improvement over using my fingers. Of course I need to put it aside sometimes for two-finger gestures such as changing zoom factor.

    I have also bought and tried the Poetic, which is similar quality and price, and I like just as much, except that is black and thus will be easier to lose.

    STYLUS IN USE: SELECTING, DRAWING

    As I have mentioned, a stylus is much easier for any kind of selection tasks than my large adult male finger for a small screen. I should think it would also make life easier for anyone with long fingernails. The pressure required is more reliable; it is easier to hit exactly what you want.

    In reading reviews, I saw someone complain that drawing was like using a sausage, and others wish for something more like a pencil. I suggest that such complaints have nothing to do with the stylus, and everything to do with the tablet and the software.

    First, the location of where the stylus is pointing is determined by a grid on the tablet – whether we are talking about an iPad or a Google Nexus 7, or any other device. The touch location grid resolution is not as high as the display pixel grid; on the original iPad it was fairly coarse. To some degree, the software can help with this, particularly if you are drawing a line, by interpolating as the pen moves. But you cannot improve on the resolution with a stylus: it is up to the tablet hardware.

    I have never used an iPad, but it seems like with a Google Nexus 7 I can draw reasonably convincing circles, free of jaggies (steps) in the lines. It’s much easier with a stylus than my finger, because I’m used to drawing with a pencil.

    Second, the thicknes of the line produced has everything to do with the software; generally, it is a setting in the drawing program. I suppose it might be nice to have a tip with a thin point more like a pencil, but it most likely would not be as durable. Even with the blunt point, it is quite possible to draw a thin line.

    VALUE?

    At $12, this is a good stylus, but there are much less expensive styluses, including a bundle of many at about the same price. This one is quite good, and perhaps worth the money, but I’m not sure the other ones are not just as good…

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