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Video: Capacitive Stylus for HD2/Nexus One/iPhone

By Brandon Miniman January 20, 2010, 8:04 am

Any old stylus won't work on a device with a capacitive touchscreen as found on the HTC HD2, Nexus One, or iPhone. Instead, you need a special capacitive stylus such as one directly from HTC (for about $25). Or, if you want to save some cash, you can get a capacitive stylus from eBay for less than $5. As mentioned in this video, the advantage to having a capacitive stylus is that you can use your phone with gloves and you can have more precision when using a drawing or handwriting recognition program on your mobile device.

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