stylus pen

  1. froggyboy604

    Do older resistive touchscreen which use a Hard Stylus Pen last longer?

    I seen people use older Nintendo DS, DS Lite, 3DS and Wii U with Resistive touchscreen and a hard stylus pen, and those handhelds and consoles are many years old, and the resistive touchscreen still work after many years of use. But, I seen a few online complaints videos of people complaining...
  2. froggyboy604

    Will fewer smartphone which uses a Stylus pen come with a stylus pen in the future?

    I feel there is a chance that fewer smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note will still come with a stylus pen in the future. User will need to buy a stylus pen separately for smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note since not everyone wants a Stylus pen, and some people may already own a stylus...
  3. froggyboy604

    Do you think regular Stylus Pens for smartphones and tablets are good enough for most users?

    I think, if you mainly use a Stylus to click on buttons, website links, play games like Angry Birds and fruit ninja, and launch apps, regular stylus pens which usually cost $10 or less should be good enough for most tasks. Regular Stylus also good for most non-professional users to casually...