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iPhone Stylus from iGiki now on sale

updated 08:00 pm EDT, Tue August 28, 2007

iPhone stylus debuts

iGiki, a developer of several Web-based iPhone games, has introduced a stylus for the iPhone dubbed TapRight. The company says the device, which is intended to deliver more accurate input, "saves fingers and avoid(s) those finger smudges on the glossy screen." It uses a proprietary technology called "TouchField," through which pressure is given off in the upper center of the stylus so there is minimal pressure on the sides and bottom center to stop those areas from triggering the touch screen. The tip shifts the pressure upward, which iGiki says results in more accurate, and targeted taps. The stylus goes on sale at 6PM PST today, and carries a price of $20. The package includes the stylus, carrying pouch, a getting started guide and 10 iPhone Games From iGiki Studios.




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  1. jpellino

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    trackpad too?

    Any idea if it works on trackpads? Nothing on the site seems to indicate either way.

  1. jasong

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    gloves

    These guys should make gloves with this tech in the fingers.

  1. dynsight

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    cool

    I want one of these. I think the finger method works fine, but sometimes I need more precision, like on msnbc or cnn or other sites with tiny hyperlinks.

  1. macmacmacmac

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    iGiki Development Team

    @jpellino - TapRight does work on laptop trackpads. Thank you for your interest.

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