I used to be somewhat of a stylus aficionado before the arrival of the Apple Pencil along with the iPad Pro. I hated the old “Kindergarten Crayon” capacitive styli that used to litter Amazon, eBay, and electronic retailer’s shelves early on in the life of the iPad. I was always on the lookout for something better.
I love my iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, but let’s face it, neither is exactly inexpensive, and not everyone needs or wants this setup. For those with a different model of iPad or an iPhone who would still like to take advantage of a stylus, the Adonit Switch is a superb choice. It is versatile, inexpensive, and far more precise than most standard capacitive styli.
You know the kind I’m talking about. The plastic or metal stick with a kindergarten crayon tip on the end that’s absolutely useless. The Switch’s Precision Disk creates an exact contact point, giving you the same level of precision as a Bluetooth or Active Capactitive Stylus, without the much higher price tag.