Chuwi, a brand we’re seeing pop up more and more, has made its HiPen H1 digital stylus available. Designed with the Hi12 Stylus Tablet in mind, the pen works essentially the same as a real-world unit. With 256 levels of pressure sensitivity, it’s able to discern whether you’re attempting a light feather stroke or pressing down hard.
Powered by a tiny little AAAA battery, the HiPen H1 gets more than 250 hours of life from the source. The unit is built with aircraft-grade aluminum and feels like a high-quality pen that you might find in an office.
If you’ve ever used a digital stylus on a tablet you might recall getting a cramped wrist. Why? Many times, we find it nearly impossible to keep our hands off the tablet as we’re conditioned to letting it rest on a piece of paper. To that end, it’s a literal pain in the hand to keep your hand off the surface. Thankfully, the HiPen H1 has a software feature that allows for palm touching that’s ignored.
Whether you need to mark up a PDF or business document or just want to sketch up something fun, the HiPen H1 can do the trick. You can pick one of these up for about $30 right now.
As for that Chuwi Hi12 Stylus Tablet, you might be interested in one of those, too. The $300 unit runs both Android 5.1 and Windows 10 and allows for a detachable docking keyboard. Moreover, it features a 12-inch 2160x 1440 display and a solid host of hardware.
Details include an Intel Cherry Trail Atom-x5 Z8300 CPU with 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, and an 11,000mAh battery. As for cameras, you’ll find a 2-megapixel shooter up front, complimented by a 5-megapixel on the back.