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Default Adonit Jot Pro Stylus compatibility with Samsung GT 7.7.

I have been thinking of ordering an Adonit Jot Pro stylus for the Samsung 7.7. I asked the vendor in ebay about it's compatibility with the samsung 7.7 and I was informed it is not compatible.
Has anyone ordered the Jot pro? If so, It'll be really good if someone could write a review on the performance of jot pro on the 7.7. Thanks.
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Compatible with all capacitive touch screens: iPads, iPhones, MacBook Trackpads, Magic Trackpads, HTC, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola, Blackberry.
This answers your question. So this will even work with any capacitive-screen phone.
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http://youtu.be/E-untpEM9mo

I read a blog review of this stylus and they mentioned that it didn't work well with certain screen protectors.

I'm going to order one later I think, thanks for the heads up

Edit - maybe not, just read some Amazon reviews...
 
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They look silly with the suck cup like thing on the tip we need ics to hopefully be able to use a regular pen like stylus

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just bought a jot today
it is not working well with my 7.7
i don't think it's the matter of the screen protector
have to tap real hard for one successful response, which makes annoying tapping sound
i have dagi P507 and P301, both work quite well instead
 
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I got my jot pro today. It took 13 days to reach me. Quite a long wait. But it was worth it. The moment I received it, I tried it with Supernote. It works flawlessly. Only regret is the lack of palm detection.

I also tried it with TabNotes pro. Works even better. There was no noticeable lag in the input, and I'd rate the precision of this stylus at 8/10, which I'd say is pretty impressive.
For everyone's info I've installed touch screen tune. Haven't tried without it. Will uninstall touch screen tune and post the difference.

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I guess the digitizer would make the tablet thicker but nothing betters a WACOM -- it just works. No clicking, is pressure sensitive, has eraser function and on and on.
 
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i got my jot pro a few days ago and had a blast with it. and while it's not pin-point accurate, it's miles better than any 'usual' stylus I've tried. works great with the super note app and sketchbook pro.

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any more reviews for this ? very interested in it but im afraid it dont work as well.
 
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without a screen protector and just bare glass, I recommend this one:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...A30XRGG45X0IFD

Given the screens highly sensitive nature I don't think you have to worry about scratching it with the metal ring, since you won't have to press that hard. It also has a smaller tip that provides greater accuracy even though this device can recognize capacitive objects as small as ~2.5mm^2 (I've tested it).

The mesh allows it to glide without any real issue, plus adds a great deal of durability since it won't wear out like foam or rubber tipped ones.

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