Adonit announced their new Jot Script Evernote Edition stylus on Tuesday. The Bluetooth-enabled note-taking stylus for the iPad features a slimmer build, longer-lasting rechargeable battery, and improved palm rejection.
Specifically, the stylus is capable of faster stroke tracking, smoother line rendering, and better tip-to-line accuracy. It has a built-in USB lithium-ion rechargeable battery that delivers up to 20 hours of uninterrupted writing, with a full charge taking 45 minutes. The stylus must be paired with a Bluetooth 4.0 device, limiting its compatibility to the third-generation iPad and newer, all iPad mini models or iPhone 4s and newer.
The stylus is designed to work with several note taking apps for the iPad, including Evernote, Forge, Notes Plus and GoodNotes.