The first fine point stylus for iPad and iOS with a 1.9mm tip. The Jot Script tip is 70% smaller than the nearest competitor. Pixel point Technology powers the 1.9mm tip and communicates the angle and location of the tip via Bluetooth LE. The Jot Script works conveniently with Penultimate and other popular apps. Designed to reflect the style and quality of a high-end ballpoint pen with a ribbed grip around the aluminum barrel. The Jot Script is powered by a standard AAA lithium battery. Compatible with all iOS 7 and iOS 8 Devices. (Bluetooth 4 Required) The Jot Script Evernote Edition is the first of its kind: a true fine point stylus for iOS that allows your handwriting to flow as freely as your thoughts. With a revolutionary 1.9mm tip, Jot Script writes and feels like your favorite pen. Whether capturing ideas in a meeting or writing notes in the classroom, Jot Script elevates note taking to an art form. Pixelpoint Technology Pixelpoint Technology has enabled the first fine point stylus on the market with a 1.9mm tip. Pixelpoint Technology will guarantee precision in every line, letter and signature. Designed to Feel Like a Pen Jot Script was designed to reflect the style of high-end ball point pen with a ribbed grip around the aluminum barrel. Battery Powered No need for messy docks or cables. The Jot Script is powered by a standard AAA lithium battery and connects effortlessly via Bluetooth 4.0; just grab Jot Script and start writing. Compatibility Works with all iOS devices. Jot Script requires Bluetooth 4.0 for advanced features, including palm rejection. *Available on iPad 3rd generation and newer, iPad Mini, iPhone 4S and newer. Discover the Art of Notetaking Jot Script was designed to work with Penultimate, but can also be used on a variety of writing apps About the Manufacturer Adonit is comprised of dreamers, doers and makers that have set out to build products that help remove the barriers between thought and creation. The Austin-based company has since sold more than 2 million of their Jots worldwide, and has offices in Grand Rapids, MI. and Taipei, Taiwan.
I really wanted the fine point. I use my iPad all the time for reading, note-taking and even classes, when I use it like an electronic overhead projector, marking up literary texts I'm studying with students, etc. I have used the Jot Touch since it came out, but the Script looked like a whole order of magnitude better......alas, it was not to be. First of all, it times out very, very quickly. If I'm reading and marking a page, and read maybe a half-page without usi..