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Kensington Virtuoso Metro Stylus and Pen Review
2 January 2012
Excerpt: Why is it that you can never find a pen when you need one? And though the iPad doesn’t ship with a stylus, if you do much sketching or digital note-taking, they’re handy to have around. But it’s annoying having to carry around a pen and a stylus at the same time, and constantly switching between the two. The Kensington Virtuoso Metro Stylus and Pen solves this conundrum by combining both into one handy do-everything writing utensil.
Excerpt: It's a pen! It's a stylus! It's both! Alright, so Kensington's Virtuoso Metro Stylus and Pen for Tablets ($18) isn't the first combo of the two that we've seen, but the concept still strikes us as a good idea. One end is a standard ballpoint pen, while the other is a capacitive stylus for use with an iPad or iPad 2. As with most pens, there's a cap with a built in clip that can fit on either side.
Excerpt: At first glance, Kensington’s Virtuoso Touch Stylus & Pen (£14.99) looks almost identical to Griffin's Stylus, thanks to the black, rubberized body; silver pen clip; and large, silicon-rubber nib.