Adonit Releases The ‘Jot Touch 4’ Stylus for iPad With Palm Rejection [video]


Adonit has released a new pressure sensitive stylus for the iPad, the Jot Touch 4 with Palm Rejection, that aims to remove the barriers that stand between ideas and creation. Palm Rejection means no more hand hovering to avoid touching the screen.

With Bluetooth 4.0, the new Jot Touch delivers over 2,000 levels of pressure sensitivity for the best looking and most natural lines. Create everywhere, and unchain your work from your desk. Jot Touch 4 is simply the best drawing stylus for iPad.


  • Jot Touch 4 lets you rest your hand on the screen as you work. The only thing that will make a line is your stylus. It’s time to draw like you’re used to.
  • Jot Touch 4 delivers 2,048  levels of pressure sensitivity for the best looking, and most natural lines.
  • When paired with Bluetooth 4 devices, the new Jot Touch gets up to 1 month of battery life on a single charge. Not to mention enabling palm rejection, pressure sensitivity, and shortcut buttons. (New iPad and iPad Mini only)
  • Get to software tools quickly. “Undo” or switch colors with the flick or a finger.
  • The fine tip gives you accuracy that rubber nibs can’t. The precision disc lets you see exactly where your mark is being made. Jot is the most precise stylus on the market.
  • The sound dampening tip simulates the natural contact of writing with a pen on paper. This means your strokes will be quieter when note-taking or sketching.
  • Just plug the USB charger into any USB power source to recharge and get up to 1 month of battery life with normal use.

Right now the Jot Touch 4 works with Inspire Pro, PDFpen, Schetchbook Pro and Zen Brush but there’s a lot more apps that will work with the stylus in the near future. Check out a full list here…

The Jot Touch 4 stylus is available now for $90 at the official website…