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    Another fab iPad accessory - Logitech Crayon stylus

    I have another fab iPad accessory to share: Logitech Crayon. Itís like an Apple Pencil, but $35ish cheaper, easier to hold, and has other positives over the Apple Pencil (I tried a friendís). Crayon is rectangular and a matte aluminum, which is much easier to grip/hold than the round shiny glossy Apple Pencil. Also has three little lights which indicate charge level. You also donít have to pair it via Bluetooth to iPad. Just turn it on and start using it. Thereís a USB-C or Lightningt version, depending on which port you have on your iPad. I have iPad 10 with USB-C.

    I had a $20 cheaper stylus off Amazon a while back for electronically signing documents on my iPhone, but it didnít have the palm sensing thing, which means you can rest hand on iPad while writing.

    I like doodling and actually writing things out in a journal as a way of processing them. Cheap therapy. I started a journal during Covid lockdown and kept it up well into 2022. But that was on paper. I can write in Apple Notes or MS One Note. I can keep my scribbles if I want or just delete. I never looked at my journals when I was keeping paper ones. I pitched them all earlier this year. My handwriting is so bad, Iíd have a hard time reading what Iíd written after the fact, so probably anyone else couldnít read them.

    There seems to be a slightly different version if you have an iPad Pro, but just search Logitech Crayon on Amazon and youíll get all the versions. This is the link for the one for USB-C iPads.

    https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Digi...zcF9hdGY&psc=1

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    The palm resting on it aspect sounds awesome! This cartoon about the original apple Lisa comes to mind.

    https://www.computerhistory.org/revo...ng/18/319/1714

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    LOL. Good one!

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