New Stylus from Adonit Brings Pixelpoint Technology to Digital Artists.
HANGHAI, June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Adonit today launched the Jot Touch with Pixelpoint™, their latest pressure sensitive stylus for digital artists. The new stylus features an updated design including a fine point tip made possible by Adonit's patented Pixelpoint™ technology, as well as shortcut buttons and pressure sensitivity. And thanks to Adonit's recent collaboration with Adobe, it's also the first third-party stylus that's Creative Cloud connected.
Digital artists familiar with Adonit's Jot styluses will recognize plenty of features in the Jot Touch's latest iteration, but third-party integration with Adobe Creative Cloud is a first in the stylus industry. Users will be able to access their files saved in Creative Cloud, copy and paste between devices and take advantage of Adobe's color inspiration service, Kuler.
But it's the fine point tip that truly sets this stylus apart from others. Using Pixelpoint™ technology, Adonit was able to create an incredibly precise, uncommonly small fine point tip. When paired with a Jot-Ready App on any Bluetooth 4 iOS device, the Jot Touch with Pixelpoint™ offers pressure sensitivity and shortcut buttons that put key features within easy reach. "The Jot Touch with Pixelpoint™ is the next evolution of the earlier Jot Touch," says Kris Perpich, Adonit's Chief Experience Officer, "By bringing Creative Cloud and Pixelpoint™ together, we're making giant leaps toward unifying mobile, desktop and cloud-based workspaces into a new digital studio."
The Jot Touch with Pixelpoint™ can be purchased at Adonit.net.
Adonit was formed when five guys across two countries launched the company with Writer, one of the first iPad keyboard cases on the market; their line of Jot styluses followed one year later, when a Kickstarter campaign launched the company into growth mode. Today, they have customers in 100 countries worldwide, and have sold over 2 million Jot styluses.
As Adonit grows, so do their goals and services. The company has recently partnered with Adobe and Evernote to bring styluses and software to digital artists and notetakers. What started with a stylus has turned into something new: a group of likeminded makers leading the charge to build a new digital studio.