In the event focused on education at high school in Chicago, earlier this year, Apple showed the sixth generation iPad at a base price of $ 329. This was the first non-professional iPad to support Apple Pencil. Instead of creating an inexpensive Apple Pencil or dropping the price of an existing version, Apple lent the technology to Logitech and a $ 49 Crayon digital pencil was born.
At first there is news that Logitech crayons are released to the public today after only the school district becomes available. In other words, it will be sold at the Apple Store or online. On the same day of Apple's upcoming press event, September 12, Logitech Crayon will be on sale on the Apple Store and Logitech website. After that, crayons are sold in other retail stores in October.
How does Logitech Crayon compare with Apple Pencil for 6th generation iPad users? Please watch our video unboxing and full scoop review.
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- Works with 6 generations of iPad only
- Use Apple Pencil Technology
- Supports tilt
- It does not support pressure sensitivity
- Automatic connection, no Bluetooth pairing required
- Power on / off button
- Power indicator
- Auto shut off after 30 minutes
- Sturdy design designed for classroom setting
- Removable cap
- Female lightening port for charging
- 2 minutes charge = 30 minutes Battery life
- 7 hours active write time with full charge
- Can withstand a fall of up to 4 feet
- 1 year limited warranty
- Price: $ 69.99
- Dimension: 6.5 x 0.5 x 0.3 inch
- Weight: 0.7 oz
Logitech Crayon uses Apple Pencil Technology for pixel full precision, palm elimination, overall responsiveness, but it is a completely different experience compared to Apple's own stylus.
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