The Pogo Connect is made by Ten One Design. ($79.95)
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Pro Palm Rejection
So you don't trigger the touch pad accidentally.
Pro iPad 1 and 2 support with iPhone 4s+ bridge app
While iPad 1 and 2 support requires an iPhone 4s or newer to act as a signal bridge, the Intuos and Jot don't support them at all.
Pro Has built in tracking system
The pogo transmits a signal so you can track down its location! A great feature considering how small and expensive bluetooth styluses are.
A companion tracking app is provided for free.
Pro Great Battery Life
Can last for months on a single AAA battery.
Pro Patent Pending Pressure Sensitivity
Pogo's patent pending pressure sensitivity is very sensitive, can sense the number of brush bristles, works at all angles, has hundreds of pressure levels, and has no moving parts, making less prone to breaking.
Pro Multiple magnetic tips available
The pogo is unique in that you can swap out the tips for different styles, even brushes!
Tips cost $9.95 each, and a pack of 2 brushes is $24.95. To get all the tips included with the stylus, it is $119.95, saving you $14.80.
Con Fewer levels of pressure sensitivity
The Pogo has hundreds of pressure levels, but the Intuos Creative Stylus and the Jot Touch have thousands.
Con Not Compatible with the iPad Air, and has issues with iPad minis
On iPad minis, pressure sensitivity can stop working requiring you to turn the screen off and on,
The iPad Air is not compatible at all.
Con Nib isn't the smallest
The smallest nib is 4.5mm and costs an extra $9.95, which is better than the Intuos, but doesn't have the see through tip of the Jot Touch, or the small rigid 1.9mm nib of the Jot Script.