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Steve Jobs hated the stylus, but he obviously wasn’t playing Draw Something! The MicroStylus Jack is a teeny, tiny stylus for touch screens that fits in your 3.5mm audio jack.
I bought the MicroStylus after a TechCrunch review because, honestly, I couldn’t believe it worked well. Although my husband may not agree, I don’t mind being wrong. The “world’s smallest stylus” doesn’t only work well, it’s super convenient as it has a nice little home in your phone (or tablet) audio jack. The stylus tip is super soft allowing for easy motion and doesn’t scratch the screen. Even though the entire thing is only about .8 inches long, it wasn’t difficult for me to use (I have super small hands).
By the way, when in the audio jack you can still play music from your device’s built-in speakers.
For those who actively play drawing games like Draw Something, I give this little guy four out of four geek goggles (that’s my completely nonexistent grading scale).
If you’re in the market, the stylus is $9.99 for one or $15.99 for two (plus free shipping) and comes in black or silver.
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