Recently I reviewed the Ozaki O!tool Stylus. The stylus itself looks not so familiar. It reminds me sort of a crayon which really serves a purpose. Not much is given with the product except some replaceable tips. Would’ve been nice to have a carrying case but the stylus isn’t big less than a half foot long, perfectly pocket-able. The stylus is a capacative stylus which means it’ll work for all modern smartphones, tablets or other touchscreen devices. I tried using this with the iPhone and found it to be too large, so I assume this would be great for use on the iPad, especially on a drawing app such as Paper by 53.
Watch the video above for a review on this Ozaki O!Tool Stylus. And don’t forget to mention your thoughts in the comments below.