Best Ipad Stylus For Note Taking

    note taking
  • Notetaking is the practice of recording information captured from a transient source, such as an oral discussion at a meeting, or a lecture. Notes of a meeting are usually called minutes. The format of the initial record may often be informal and/or unstructured.
  • The act of recording ideas from learning material, either by marking up the learning material directly or creating a separate sheet of “notes.”
  • the recording of information presented by a teacher, to reinforce understanding by the student. Notes are often unstructured and informal, and are useful when studying for exams.
    stylus
  • A similar point producing such a groove when recording sound
  • a pointed tool for writing or drawing or engraving; "he drew the design on the stencil with a steel stylus"
  • A stylus (plural: styli or styluses) is a writing utensil, or a small tool for some other form of marking or shaping, for example in pottery. The word is also used for a computer accessory (PDAs). It usually refers to a narrow elongated staff, similar to a modern ballpoint pen.
  • An ancient writing implement, consisting of a small rod with a pointed end for scratching letters on wax-covered tablets, and a blunt end for obliterating them
  • a sharp pointed device attached to the cartridge of a record player
  • A hard point, typically of diamond or sapphire, following a groove in a phonograph record and transmitting the recorded sound for reproduction
    ipad
  • Apple’s entry into the ‘tablet computer’ market, with touch-controlled interface, and capable of use as an ebook reader, video and music player, digital photo frame, email and Web access device, etc
  • The Apple iPad is the first of the modern generation of tablet computers, currently there are two versions, the iPad and the iPad2, these devices share a lot of features with the iPhone and the iPod touch and have access to the main App store for these devices as well as a sub-category of its own.
  • The iPad is a tablet computer designed and developed by Apple. It is particularly marketed as a platform for audio and visual media such as books, periodicals, movies, music, and games, as well as web content.
best ipad stylus for note taking
best ipad stylus for note taking - TouchTec® II
TouchTec® II Capacitive iPad Stylus and Ball Point Pen for Apple iPad, ipad2, iPhone 4s, Kindle Fire, Droid Phones- 9mm (Thick Twist) Black
TouchTec® II Capacitive iPad Stylus and Ball Point Pen for Apple iPad, ipad2, iPhone 4s, Kindle Fire, Droid Phones- 9mm (Thick Twist) Black
Why get a TouchTec® II Pen when there are so many other choices? We were the first to market with this product back in 2009 (Pat Pend PCT/US2010/040361), not one of the copy cats, and have used our extensive customer feedback to develop and deliver a great solution. TouchTec Pens offer a premium ball point pen and stylus for the iPad and other capacitive touch devices. With a high-end look and natural, weighted feel of a real pen, we enhance your capabilities for drawing, sketching and note taking on an iPad or other tablet PCs and paper, too. Simple but elegant, the TouchTec Pens offers users a premium experience for note taking, sketching, drawing, and other forms of creative expression. The TouchTec Pen is highlighted by its sophisticated design and balanced weighting. We offer two different tip sizes, 6mm and 8mm diameter so you can chose what works best for you. Combining ergonomic comfort and a firmer feel, the TouchTec Pen and Stylus offers a premium ink and digital inking experience for handwriting notes, highlighting text, editing documents, drawing, sketching and much more. TouchTec Pens brings a more accurate and precise way to take notes in meetings and classroom settings, or to sketch out rough ideas while on the go. For example, users can improve their input experience with numerous applications developed for iPad, such as PenultimateTM and Notes Plus for note taking and Autodesk® SketchBook® Mobile for sketching needs.

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Morning folks! Happy Sunday! Intense day yesterday! Was up mid morning and researching the arts and craft movement for my essay, actually pretty interesting once I got into it! At 2 we had our first house viewing which was exciting but when we got there it was pretty disappointing, it had had the same tennants, 7 guys, for the past couple of years and it was quite a state. Bins were overflowing, mouldy dishes sitting on the side and they were all in bed still. Pretty negative vibe. We looked around but nobody was really happy. After some coffee we visited a second one, this was down the road but in a quieter area, more residential and a cul-de-sac with families living around. It was SO much nicer. It was a Victorian house which was all girls so it was nice and tidy (ish) had 7 large bedrooms, two bathrooms, big kitchen, lounge, basement and garden! It was SO cosy and homely, about 100x better than the first one and the same price more or less! We came home for a chat and then had a last one to see which was with the same tenant as the 1st one, again, nothing special and the same price as the LOVELY one. Problem is, its quite popular so today were going down to the office to get the contracts and look them over and hopefully persuade them its ours but to give us a day to get the contract checked over. All happening so fast but that seems to be the way, everybody has been saying that the good houses get snapped up quickly, so fingers crossed everything will go well and we'll have a nice home for next year! :D We then went for a Nandos as we hadn't eaten all day! Lovely! Came back and did some more research and then earlyish night! pic is my note taking from earlier, wish I'd taken my camera out with me but it was charging and didn't cross my mind. Nevermind! Happy Sunday all and HSS! Hit 'L'
taking notes
taking notes
Taking notes this morning at Winnings. The book in question is Alan Brinkley's The End of Reform. (Photo of the day for 1 March 2007.)
best ipad stylus for note taking
Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning
Mind Mapping is a note taking system which allows you to take better, faster, and more efficient notes. In conventional note-taking, you write down information line by line. With Mind Maps, you organize the information more in the form of a diagram, starting with a central key idea drawn in the center of the paper.

In addition to enhancing your note taking skills, Mind Maps help you improve your studying, writing, presenting, brainstorming, and creative skills. It is one of the best note taking skills anyone can learn.

Mind Mapping is a note taking system which allows you to take better, faster, and more efficient notes. In conventional note-taking, you write down information line by line. With Mind Maps, you organize the information more in the form of a diagram, starting with a central key idea drawn in the center of the paper.

In addition to enhancing your note taking skills, Mind Maps help you improve your studying, writing, presenting, brainstorming, and creative skills. It is one of the best note taking skills anyone can learn.