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iPad Pogo stylus doesnt work for the NC, which stylus to get?

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Default iPad Pogo stylus doesnt work for the NC, which stylus to get?

A friend has a iPad and a pogo stylus. I tried it on my NC and it doesnt work, when I try to draw a line it turns into a mess of dashed lines.

Which styles works well with the NC?
 
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use the nook screen recalibrate app and push harder with the stylus (not too hard though because it could break the stylus).
it won't be perfect but it'll be better
 
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The nook has major issues with any stylus. I have never heard of anyone actually finding one that works.

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The nook has major issues with any stylus. I have never heard of anyone actually finding one that works.

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I made one that works prettty good in the nook, search for home made stylus

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Yep, my Pogo Sketch doesn't work that well with my Nook; works great with my iPad, though.
 
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i would love to see if someone test the jot on nook color... : )

http://adonit.net/
 
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I recently ordered a Dagi P301 stylus for $13. They threw in a P505 as well for free. They both work well. I like the P301, which is thinner better, but I think the p505 worked as well. I tried it out in Sketchbook and had no spaces in the lines I was drawing.
 
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i would love to see if someone test the jot on nook color... : )

http://adonit.net/
Well, tried the Red Jot... The result is terrible. Doted lines and the tip disc doesn't slide very well on the screen surface. Thinking in the DAGi P502, that was reported work well on nook's screen...
 
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I got the Griffin GC16040 stylus for Christmas; I was hoping to start using some of the handwriting apps on my Nook. Too bad the lines are all broken.

I tried the stylus on my new Galaxy phone and it works beautifully, so it's not the stylus' fault.

Anyone tried on the nook without a screen protector? I have one on but did not want to take it off just to test the stylus.
 
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I bought one in a package with screen protectors on Amazon, never got a very satisfying result.

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