FiftyThree released a gold version of “smart” Pencil stylus for iPad




Two weeks ago, Apple began selling the “smart pen» Pencil on FiftyThree. Today, the company announced the expansion of the line of branded accessories: In addition to the wooden version Walnut and aluminum Graphite model went on sale in the performance of gold Gold.


Accessory immediately attracts the attention of the original design and features. FiftyThree Pencil simulates carpenter pencil – writing instrument, a familiar set of potential buyers (designers, artists, architects, etc.). Most analog stick to subtle forms in their designs. It is believed that such a decision – a legacy from the first PDA. Even the famous Wacom Bamboo Stylus and Pogo Connect is not far removed from melkoekrannogo past their design reminiscent of conventional writing instruments.


A unique addition to the original pencil design boasts a host of useful features and specifications. For example, when using FiftyThree Pencil display tablet does not respond to touch the hand that allows you to conveniently place it like we used to do in the exercise of writing and drawing on plain paper (with the possibility of rastushevyvaniya draw pictures with your finger is not excluded).


Pencil by special built-in sensors is able to understand the power press, erase drawn images on the screen of his second round. Accessory equipped with built-in battery, a charge which is enough for about a month of active use. Interaction with iPad performed via Bluetooth-connection.

Feather Pencil perfectly synchronized with the app Paper, which brought great fame FiftyThree.


Leave a pre-order for the gold version of Pencil on our website shop.fiftythree . Deliveries will begin accessory from February 3, priced at $ 59.95.

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