June 11, 2012
I love playing Draw Something on my iPad. I love using my iPad to take notes using Notability. But I’ve never been crazy about the awkward angle I have to hold my wrist so that I don’t leave marks on what I’m drawing. This is even a problem when using Notability’s wrist guard. People have the same issue regardless of their tablet choice.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you didn’t have to worry about putting your whole hand down while writing or drawing? With the Stylus Handpad, you can. It’s such a simple thing, you’ll wonder why nobody thought of it before. It’s basically a piece of suede that sits between the bottom of your hand and your tablet’s screen.
There is a suede tab that wraps around your pinky finger so that the Stylus Handpad moves along with the movement of your hand. It looks a bit like a little tiny flip-flop. There is an elastic loop for your stylus. A stylus is even included with the Handpad, but you can fit any standard stylus into the loop. The included stylus is the standard rubber tipped type. I will probably continue using my Socks Stylus Pro, but it’s always nice having an extra stylus.
The bottom of the Stylus Handpad is also soft suede, and despite the length that attaches to the bottom to hold the finger loop, it slides cleanly across your touch screen. It really makes the drawing and writing process much more natural – you don’t even feel the loop around your pinky.
The Stylus Handpad is simple to use, feels good, and makes drawing and writing a truly useful experience.You can purchase the Stylus Handpad from ANicelyDone for only $12.00.