Reviews and Problems with Kensington Virtuoso Stylus
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Alex L., Newegg
17 February 2013
Pros: Has a very good balance when writing. Feels solid to the touch and is very aesthetically pleasing.
Cons: The writing tip is very fragile. After 2 weeks of use (lecture-based note taking in a university setting), the side of the tip has ripped. For the price, I expected much longer use out of this stylus.
Summary: If you're looking for a stylus/pen combo, you don't have too many choices, but this one seems alright. I've tried it on a Droid X, a Nexus S 4G and a Xoom and everything seems ok except for scrolling which is a bit touchy and, like I said, winds up opening links or clicking stuff I was trying to...
Pros: Quality build (for the most part). Solid feel. Sharp aesthetics. This thing looks pretty cool. The pen writes alright. It's a basic Parker ballpoint on the inside, so don't expect anything spectacular but it gets the job done. Stylus works great with Swype keyboard on Android, which confuses me b...
Cons: I guess capacitive touch screen styluses (is that how it's written in plural?) still have a bit of a way to go when it comes to precision. The stylus is a little less accurate than my fingertip. Scrolling sometimes ends with a dialog box or link being clicked when I really didn't want it to. The ...