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    Name: Stylus Pen
    Company: Fellowes
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    SLCentralHardwareReviewsPDA Jun 18th, 2019 - 10:56 AM EST
    Fellowes PDA Stylus Pen
    Author: Mike Kitchenman
    Date Posted: November 7th, 2001
    Rating: 8/10 SystemLogistics
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    Usage

    I'd go thru an install section like I normally do, but it's a freaking pen/stylus...it doesn't exactly have hardware to work out or software to install, so I'm skipping it.

    The actual use of the pen was what I was wondering about here. The dual functionality bit was a bit different, and I Wanted to see if it was comfortable more than anything, since that's what I was really after. The pen has a thick shaft, roughly double the diameter of a palm metal stylus. This was something I really took a liking to in a hurry, as my big hands cramp up when using a tiny stylus. (For reference, my middle finger is as long as a normal stylus is.)

    The tip of the pen is the stylus, which you can use whenever the ballpoint pen is retracted. It works easy enough, and the pen itself writes as well as a decent ballpoint. It's not remarkable, but it's not a disposable pen, either.

    Usage: 5/6

    Pros & Cons

    Pros

    • Great feel
    • Thicker Shaft
    • Pen and Stylus in one
    • Can lock into your Palm III/V/VII
    • Got big hands? Try one out!!!

    Cons

    • Locking into a palm is cumbersome
    • Not everyone will like the size

    Conclusion

    Do I like the stylus? Hell yeah! The thing is pretty well made all around, and nothing I saw really was all that bad. With a price of around 7 or 8 bucks, I'd say buy one, and the least you'll end up with is a decent pen.

    SLRating: 8/10

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