posted this on December 06, 2011 23:37
The Jot Pro is a better stylus but I still need to use a regular pen at times. My old stylus was was a combination stylus and regular ink pen. Would be nice to have the same style with the Jot Pro so I don't have to carry both a stylus and a pen.
You may be interested in our upcoming product, the Jot Flip. Here's a description from a recent preview at CES.
> Adonit’s line of styluses—the Jot and Jot Pro—has increased this CES with three new offerings. We shared some first impressions of the pressure-sensitive Jot Touch elsewhere on Macworld; the Jot Mini and Jot Flip, meanwhile, are Adonit’s iPhone-sized and business-class styluses. The Mini comes with the Jot Touch’s new smaller precision plastic disk, along with an inverse clip carved out of its aluminum-and-steel body, and will be available in similar colors to the Jot and Jot Pro.
The Jot Flip, in contrast, is available solely in polished steel; it has the 2-in-1 stylus-and-pen combination favored by business users, with a (literal) twist: The ballpoint pen appears and disappears like a James Bond dart contraption, twisting out of the rear of the stylus, then disappearing back flush into the circular surface. The pen also comes with a cap and silver clip, to protect the disk nib. Both the Mini and Flip should be available in the coming months. The Jot Touch will cost around $100, while the Jot Flip has a $35 price tag; there’s no price yet for the Jot Mini. >
Yes, please, allow this option to help simplify.
I use my Jot Pro and my iPad to take notes at meetings and the like. Occasionally I nee to take notes on a handout, sign a document or the like. Having a Jot Pro that includes a regular ink Pen and a clip of some sort would make the Jot Pro the perfect stylus.
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