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ukjoelee
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best styli !

whats the best stylus with a pen and full flush into a neo ?

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visorprismman
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Talking Here it is!!!

Hey,

Pilot Pentopia pen stylus. It has a special stylus tip that can be adjusted depending on how hard you write. It has reset pin that is hard and rigid and is easily accesible by unscrewing the pen. The pen is also refillable which is a plus. Handspring's model is sealed and unrefillable and there is no reset pin. Check it out http://www.pentopia.com/chameleon.htm#T11FV ...

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JohnKes
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True, Handspring's pen/stylus is not refillable, but it has a reset pin - you unscrew the back. Certainly not worth $13, but I got it on clearance for $3.

I really like the Landware Floating Point Stylus. It has a really cushiony tip, but no pen. I never used the pen in my Handspring pen/stylus. The lowest price is www.buy.com

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cml
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Re: Here it is!!!

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Originally posted by visorprismman
Hey,

Pilot Pentopia pen stylus. It has a special stylus tip that can be adjusted depending on how hard you write.



Second on this. I picked one up on clearance @ Staples for $7. Saved my butt several times, as I don't always have a pen on me but never leave the house without my Neo.

How do you adjust the stylus tip? I'm still using mine right out of the package.

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visorprismman
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Lightbulb Stylus Tip Adjustment...

Hey,

I forgot that the handspring pen stylus had a reset pin I did not use it for long returned it to RCS and picked up a pilot pentopia. The reset pin that come with the handspring styluses are too flimsy anyway. The one that comes with the pilot pentopia is metal and sturdy.
You can adjust the stylus tip by unscrewing the stylus tip part from the pen exposing the reset pin, use the cap of the pen like a screwdriver, stick it in the end of the stylus tip opposite of the stylus itself. You then screw counter clockwise to tighten and clockwise to loosen I think :-). Sorry for the confusing explanation.

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EJSHUMAK
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Arrow Pentopia is GREAT

And they're on E-Bay for five to seven bucks most of the time--

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ukjoelee
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this is so annoying, i cant seem to get it here in the UK !

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ukjoelee
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scrub last comment just found them !
tanx !

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