Ten One Design Pogo stylus review

Need a stylus for your tablet or smartphone? You’ll want to check out the Pogo stylus from Ten One Design. It’s a solid, simple design that feels like a quality device in your hand.

While it’s not all that difficult to make a generic stylus, it’s harder to create one that looks elegant or professional. Forget those little nubby things on a keychain, this stylus deserves to be looked at.

We tried the Pogo stylus on a Galaxy Note 3, Tegra Note, and other devices, each with the same result. None of our smartphones or tablets had any issues recognizing the tip. We did not have to press hard nor did we detect any variances in sensitivity. Drawing and doodling applications worked well as we could push a little harder for a wider brush and then pull back slightly to keep a finer point.

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The stylus comes with a pocket clip that allows for portability but is not required. Indeed, those who keep their tablet at the desk can opt to remove the clip for a more flush stylus experience.

On the complete opposite of the stylus you find replaceable tips. Should you break off of wear down the tip you’ll be back in business in no time.

The Pogo stylus retails for $19.95 through the Ten One website; additional tips can be purchased in a two-pack for $7.95. Our suggestion is to also check Amazon as there’s plenty of Ten One accessories and Pogo Stylus options at low rates.

 

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