I love to draw. I don’t necessarily consider myself an artist or anything like that, but it’s definitely one of my favorite hobbies. Thanks to tablets, drawing on the go has become increasingly simple and thanks to the invention of the capacitive stylus, it’s even easier!
I’ve used every kind of stylus you could imagine at this point and I’ve picked my top 3 to share with you!
#3 – Nomad Play
Using some kind of wizardry, the Nomad Play looks and feels like a giant paintbrush but is actually a stylus! The benefit to this type of stylus is that you experience no friction on the screen. It feels and works great.
The Nomad Play is $20 on Amazon.
#2 – Pogo Sketch Plus
Pogo has been in the stylus market since the original iPhone so it’s hard to beat the OGs when it comes to using a Stylus with your devices. One of their newer models, the Pogo Sketch Plus, is an amazing, thin-form stylus that feels great in the hands. The tip is a sort of rubber and causes a bit of friction but it still works great. It’s one of the office favorites.
You can get the Pogo Sketch for $10 on Amazon.
#1 – Nomad Brush
To this day, the Nomad Brush is the best capacitive stylus I have ever used. It uses a thin form-factor like the Pogo Sketch, but uses a brush tip like the Nomad Play which provides the smooth, zero-friction experience that I’m used to. It’s beautifully designed and works perfectly. It’s a little higher priced than the other 2 but if you’re serious about your stylus use then I personally think you cannot go wrong with the Nomad Brush.
The Nomad Brush will run you $40 on Amazon.
Do you have a favorite stylus that I didn’t suggest? Let me know in the comments below!