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How Often Do You Use Your Stylus?

By Brandon Miniman August 21, 2009, 7:49 am

The recent wave of devices with capacitive displays have made the once prevalent stylus a now questioned form of input. Using the stylus has its advantages and disadvantages: it can help you be more precise and it allows for handwriting recognition, but it also hurts one-handed usability and is easily lost.

What about you? How often do you use the stylus on your device (if it has one)? Do you mostly rely on touch input?


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