Came in the post today which is great considering its a bank holiday! On my morning travels to work on the train I come across a wide variety of looking people that i'd love to sketch for something to do, so i thought I'd make more use out of my iPad, sure I cold use pen and paper but when I want functionality, brushes and other great things that come with photoshop...sketchbook pro is a great alternative for when I am away from the pc.
I keep thinking I could just use a sketch pad though.
The stylus itself is pretty neat as a stylus, the nib is soft and spongey and relatively small too, which is nice i guess. The grip is whack though, it doesn't feel like tablet pen. I really don't know why they didn't design it like a normal tablet pen, the grip is uncomfortable as its metal and not a non-slip material.
For some idiotic reason there's a bloody metal clip on it which will get in the way and does not come off. I thought that the stylus should have come with a lid to protect the soft nib.
All that is minor when it comes to actually using it on the iPad because in all honesty, I can see myself using my iPad even more now, especially for artsy stuff like drawing. I really don't like using my finger to draw on the iPad for the obvious reasons, hence the stylus purchase.
I'm sure there cheaper and better stylus's out there.