Adonit’s $45 iPad stylus can wirelessly charge like an Apple Pencil

Many third-party iPad styluses attach magnetically to your tablet, but they typically charge via USB — not much help if you forget to charge before a writing session. However, Adonit may have fixed that flaw with its $45 Neo Pro. From what we’ve seen, it’s the first unofficial stylus that can wirelessly charge alongside an iPad Air, iPad mini, or iPad Pro. You can pay less than half the price of a $129 Apple Pencil without sacrificing great convenience.

The Neo Pro offers up to nine hours of use. No Bluetooth connection is required to get started, but setting one up will show your remaining charge in the iPad’s battery life widget.

There’s a reason the pen is such a steal. While the Neo Pro offers tilt sensitivity, palm detection, and interchangeable tips, there’s no pressure detection – this is more for note takers than creatives creating detailed artwork. With that in mind, this could be a strong value if you need a pen for lectures and office meetings.

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Russell Falcon

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