Apex Fine Point Stylus
Fine Point Electronic Stylus

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The Apex fine point stylus with its unique active circuitry and 2 mm tip delivers a realistic pen-to-pad writing experience on the iPad 2/3/4, Mini, Air, and many popular Android devices.

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MSRP: $49.99
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Description Technical Specs

Precise Fine Point Active Stylus
2 mm tip delivers a realistic pen-to-pad writing experience on all iPads and many other tablets.

Innovative Active Circuitry
Unique electronic circuit achieves a >90% reduction in tip area compared to most other passive styluses on the market.

Works with Any Application, No Bluetooth Required
No special software, attachments, or cables needed to function.

Replaceable Battery and Nib Included
Comes with an extra nib and an extra AAAA battery.

Compatible with iPad 2/3/4, Air, Mini, and More
Works with all iPad models as well as many other popular Android devices.

For troubleshooting and FAQs, please click here. For a list of recommended apps, please click here. To view our Quick Start Guide, please click here. To purchase replacement nibs, please click here.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 105 Write a review »

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AAAA Battery Stylus September 9, 2014
Reviewer: Mark Wooldridge from Pepeekeo, HI United States  
I chose the AAAA battery stylus rather than  the rechargeable stylus for two reasons. Foremost, I anticipated that during prolonged usage the power might run out and it would be more advantageous to be able to quickly replace the battery than to wait for the stylus to recharge. Second, I liked the appearance of the AAAA battery stylus better than the rechargeable one. Unfortunately, I did not realize how difficult it would be to find AAAA batteries. I could only find one store that carried them and the batteries were already six months past the expiration date. This makes me wonder how long the charge would last on the rechargeable stylus. If I were using it continuously for 12 hours would the charge run out? As for the operation of the stylus, I have to admit that I like it. I just don't know if I will be able to get much usage out of it. If I were rating purely on how well it works I would give it five stars. The batteries are the problem.

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Stylus September 9, 2014
Reviewer: James Naik from Edmond, OK United States  
The 3 main issues with stylis are nib, pressure and lag.  I like the size of the nib on the apex, the smallest with out a weird, distracting plastic disk.  Unlike many others you don't have to press a squishy nib, that works better at some angles than others.  There is a lag with the apex that often registers as jitter or a stutter.  For some applications if you don't focus on the point the apex is making contact with the screen and just write or draw it does better to fine.  So thus far good but no one stylus for everything.  The Wacom  Intuos still works best for drawing.

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Excellent narrow-tip stylus September 9, 2014
Reviewer: Steve Kellogg from Lawrence, KS United States  
I actually got this for my boss - he had a devil of a time writing clearly in handwriting apps with a "normal" stylus.  The Apex has a point about like that of a medium felt-tip pen and the on-screen handwriting result is about the same, as well.

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Nice Stylus for iPad September 2, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
The Apex Stylus works very well with my iPad Mini. The soft tip causes some resistance when you write, which could be either positive or negative, depending on your personal opinion. For me, that costs a star in my rating.

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The best stylus ever September 2, 2014
Reviewer: Marcello Piraino from Bruxelles, Brussels Belgium  
I can write on my iPad screen with a protective cover on it. It is almost a paper-like experience (with a few minor glitches due to the apps I use). The stylus works perfectly and I definitively reccomend it to whoever needs a pen to take notes, drawing and the like. Good job guys.

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