The stylus has never gotten much respect in the gadget community, due in large part to a long line of counter-intuitive and unimaginative designs. This Pinpoint Precision X2 Rechargeable Stylus changes the game by seamlessly mimicking the human finger, and it’s on sale for $33.99 with coupon code–GIFTSHOP15.

Unlike most styluses that are optimized for a single device, the Pinpoint Precision X2 has an adjustable precision tip made of carbon fiber that’s designed to improve overall writing accuracy on a variety of mobile devices–even those covered with a screen protector. It accomplishes this through its internal circuitry that creates an electromagnetic field around the stylus tip and replicates the touch of the human finger while writing with an impressive 120º wide angle.

What’s more, the stylus is completely rechargeable and is even equipped with an auto shut-off feature, making it both user- and environmentally-friendly.

Ditch those awkward and inefficient styluses and pick up a Pinpoint Precision X2 Rechargeable Stylus—on sale for 20% off at just $33.99 with coupon code–GIFTSHOP15.

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  • Only if I could replace my middle finger with this.

    • Luka Petranović

      I approve this as much as I can

  • So let me get this straight. We used to buy Styluses in order to get more precision than using your fingers, but now we want to use something thats going to mimic our fingers… That we hold with our fingers? Am I on the right track here?

    • Shit. People buy $1,000 iPhone X’s only to buy a series 3 watch and never use the phone.

      • Jay

        With only an hour of talk time and limited “phone” use.. the watch isn’t replacing the phone any time soon.. I think the non LTE version sells more too..

      • People buy the watch then brag about how they can leave their phone somewhere and forget about it because they have their watch. After spending hundreds of dollars on the technology they don’t even want to use it.

      • askep3

        Damn I didn’t know my X could make phone calls… that isn’t why I bought it

    • JaYden Animates

      Yes and No. It’s mimicing your finger in the way that it works on touchscreen “seamlessly” It has a point so it would be more precise than using your finger.

  • eek!

    With only an hour of talk time and limited “phone” use.. the watch isn’t replacing the phone any time soon.. I think the non LTE version sells more too..