Product Comparison: Adonit Pixel vs Apple Pencil for iPad Pro (MK0C2ZM/A)
- The stylus itself looks and feels nice. The feeling of writing with a hard tip is better than with the soft rubber or mesh tips of other styluses.
- The tip looks like a Wacom stylus tip too, much to my relief after having to put up with spongy ballooned stylus heads.
- Awesome purchase, glad I did get this stylus. Not too light nor too heavy feel. Sleek enough. Definitely love the tip not being wide.
- The tip offset with the marks you're making is really noticeable in some apps and on some iPad versions, so you're pretty much taking a gamble when you buy this.
- The tip seemed secure both times before in/rescrewing. Unit hadn't been dropped or anything--it literally just lay on my desk while I typed, and quit working.
- The stylus has two buttons near the tip, where my fingers naturally rest. I only use one for switching between pencil and eraser mode.
- The stylus is heavy enough that I know what I'm doing with it, but light enough that I can move it easily.
- It comes with a portable charging platform and the pixel itself keeps a charge for days.
- This stylus works great with a few free art programs like the previously mentioned MediBang Paint, which justified the cost for me.
- There are 2 buttons for setting commands which are right at your finger tips, but requires deliberate pressing to use so that you don’t accidentally press them.