Product Comparison: Adonit Pixel vs Wacom Bamboo Fineline 2 (CS600C1B)

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General Specifications
Bamboo Fineline 2 (CS600C1B)
About the Product
Welcome to a new standard of stylus. The Adonit pixel has been carefully crafted to work better, write better, and draw better. From the improved 1. 9mm Pixel point tip with paper-like drag, to built in Palm Rejection, The pixel offers a more natural stylus experience. Connect Pixel to your iPad to get over 2000 levels of pressure sensitivity along with shortcut buttons and offset correction.
The Bamboo Fineline 2 from Wacom is a smart stylus for capturing your ideas on your iPad. With a pressure-sensitive fine tip, the Bamboo Fineline 2 provides a fluid performance for note-taking, handwriting, doodling and navigating on your device. The tip is easily replaceable and its side switch functions vary by app. This stylus is compatible with iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad mini, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, and other capacitive touch screen devices; however side switch functions will be limited.
Key Specs
Capacitive Screens
Capacitive Screens
Tip Material
Stainless steel
Tip Shape
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Adonit Pixel Smart Creative Stylus Pressure Sensitivity Pen
  • 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.
Wacom Bamboo Fineline 2 (CS600C1B) Fine Point, Thin Tip Stylus for iPad
  • When it did work it was good, with a good tip feel, not too laggy. It can easily be pressed and it takes very little pressure.
  • It does write fantastic when connected. I take a lot of notes for work and needed something to use on my iPad that was had a fine tip.
  • The Wacom Bamboo stylus pen is balance, just about the right size and amount of weight to feel like a real pen. Writing on the iPad surface is also feels nice, thanks to great design of the pen tip.
  • The pen tip starts to look a little rough if you use it daily and doesn’t always register with my ipad/iphone screen.
  • This tip is just as loud, clacking on the glass screen every time I pick up the pen.
Size & Weight
5.9 in.
5.6 in.
0.4 in.
0.4 in.
0.4 in.
0.4 in.
0.7 oz
0.7 oz
Body Material
Aluminum / Rubber
Tip Cover
Built in grip sensor activation, Palm rejection, Shortcut buttons, 2048 levels of sensitivity, Pixelpoint technology, For iPad/iPhone
Palm rejection technology, Shortcut Functionality, Pressure Sensitivity, Bamboo Paper, Wacom cloud, Notes Plus
Integrated Clip
What customers say about "Features"
Adonit Pixel Smart Creative Stylus Pressure Sensitivity Pen
  • 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.
Wacom Bamboo Fineline 2 (CS600C1B) Fine Point, Thin Tip Stylus for iPad
  • I will say it is lighter and feels better in the hand. I notice the pressure sensitivity more when using Bamboo Paper, and had no issue with offset, lag, or palm rejection.
  • Palm rejection also works very well on Bamboo Paper. Second best app is Notes Plus.
  • The stylus is exceedingly easy to pair with your device and with apps that offer support, enables better control than a finger offers as well as pressure sensitivity and palm rejection.
  • The main issue is that app is not supporting side button and pressure sensitivity.
  • The pen cap is really easy to break, it broke within the first month of use in two places.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
Other Information
74.99 $

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