Originally Posted by kenvan19
I'm not really sure those would work so well...they were necessary for older touchscreens because they had difficulty determining where you were touching when the area being touched was so wide (the width of a finger versus the width of a ballpoint pen tip). Also the tips of those are very wide so it seems like the whole benefit of using a stylus would be lost. I wouldn't recommend it.
HTC is attempting to resurrect the stylus with HTC Flyer tablet :P
But yeah, I wouldn't recommend using it either.. at least not for a smartphone.
For a tablet? Don't see the point in this either but it'll be interesting to see what creative ideas HTC brings.
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