Friday, 14 June 2013

N-Trig DuoSense Pen 2 -Now Play Around With Styluses on Windows and Android


Are you looking for a pen that can help you to take easy notes and even sketch on your Windows 8 or Android tablet? Well, it seems the new N-Trig DuoSence Pen 2 is designed to fulfill all these needs. Along with providing a smooth and comfortable sketching or painting experience, the N-Trig DuoSence Pen 2 can improve you writing skills with its pointed nib. iYogi reviews team gives you a close look at the feature of this amazing pen.

The N-Trig DuoSence Pen 2 is a pressure-sensitive drawing tool, packaged with certain laptop and tablet that runs with Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Android. The pen is packed with 256 levels of pressure-sensitivity, a hover mode, and programmable buttons. Going to the design of the N-Trig DuoSence Pen 2, iYogi reviews team found that the pen is slim, black, and tipped with a small plastic nib. It also has an AAAA battery, which is quite powerful.

The N-Trig DuoSence Pen 2 has a negative side too, it seems the stylish black pen is smaller in length and it almost hides in hand, while using it for navigation. However, if you feel your fingers are not good for such a task on a multi-Touch screen, then you can definitely give a chance to DuoSence. As per the iYogi reviews team inspection, the DuoSence Pen 2 is rather smooth and perfectly slides over the tablet screen, and there seems to be no lag in communication between pen and tablet.

Coming to how DuoSence is as a sketch tool, the pen is pressure-sensitive but its inadequacy in app implementation brings it little down from other styluses in this category. However, the plastic nip of DuoSence is slim and very close in diameter and this makes it perfect for sketch and drawing purpose. On the same hand, iYogi reviews team also noticed that the pen is quite slippery on the tablet surface and the nib isn’t springy enough to capture light dots accurately on the digital page.

The good thing is, the DuoSence uses palm rejection technology and will allow you to put your hand on the screen while drawing. It is also good at writing and PDF annotation and it can allow you to write down quick notes and annotations without any strange lines appearing on the screen. So, if you are cursive writer, the DuoSence is not at all a bad deal for you.

As per iYogi reviews team, the N-Trig DuoSence Pen 2 is likely to be a decent addition and it is good for sketching and taking notes.