LG has announced a new successor to the G4 Stylus simply called the Stylus 2. It’s meant to be a mid-range device with pen capability, sort of a step under the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 both in specs and in price. It has many Note-like features, such as a popup menu ... Read More »
What could be better than a removable stylus? Why, an auto ejecting one of course. And if the latest rumors are to be believed, that’s exactly what Samsung is planning. The S Pen will shoot out of the device without you actually having to pull on it.
This isn’t too farfetched, as Samsung has ... Read More »
After introducing us to the LG G3 Stylus in 2014, LG today took the wraps off of a new stylus-toting Android smartphone.
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Several images of an unannounced LG smartphone have been posted to xda-developers by user s3rv1cet3ch. The device looks a lot like the LG G3, but there are a few small differences to note. For example, the rear power/lock key on this ... Read More »
The S Pen has been an iconic feature of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 that many people love. It uses a special digitizer and active stylus made by Wacom, which Samsung owns part of. But Samsung is looking at ways to make the S Pen both better and potentially cheaper ... Read More »
NVIDIA has taken the wraps off what we once knew as the Tegra Tab this morning and has rechristened it the Tegra Note. Tegra Note is not a device, however; it is a platform.
To say over the past few weeks that Angie and I have been playing a lot of Draw Something would be an understatement. We’ve played damn near every other letter tile game so the addition of drawing, especially reanimated drawing, has more than captured our fancy. We play it when we’re laying in ... Read More »
Who has the industry’s highest performing stylus for tablets and handsets? We have seen a handful of Android devices with stylus accessories, but that number should greatly increase thanks advancements from Atmel and new developer features found in Android 4.0. Atmel is already one of the leaders in capacitive touch solutions on Android devices and the company ... Read More »