Leading stylus manufacturer, Adonit, is today pleased to announce the UK availability of INK – a fine point stylus created exclusively for Windows powered tablets and devices. The INK is available for £44.49 from Amazon with Prime delivery and the ‘Amazon’s Choice’ badge making it even easier to order on an Echo device.

Certified by Microsoft, the Adonit INK provides a turnkey stylus solution to any Windows device. Write and draw in exquisite detail with the INK’s 1mm fine point tip that is both replaceable and streamlined. Ideal for design, the tip is also pressure sensitive and emulates real handwriting. Lines appear thicker or thinner depending on how hard the stylus is pressed whilst drawing or writing, meaning that intricate pieces of art can be created as naturally as if using pen and paper. The INK has a pressure level of 4096 for Surface 5 PRO and 1024 for Surface 4 PRO.

Rushed business meetings or frantic note taking at the back of a lecture theatre can be much neater with the handy palm rejection feature that allows users to write naturally and comfortably without worrying about extra marks on the page or PowerPoint. If a mistake in notes or doodles is made, the two shortcut buttons allow for easy right clicking and erasing.

With no need to connect to Bluetooth or an app, simply power on the INK to begin using it, saving time and effort. Once on, a green light will display enabling the user to place the tip on the screen to navigate, tap or write. Never get caught out again by a low power stylus with the INK’s useful LED lights that indicate whether the device is turned on or off, the level of charge and when it is charging. The quick connection is designed to fit into users’ busy, fast moving daily lives to make sure notes, reminders or design inspiration are never missed.

With 80 hours of battery life and a full charge time of just 45 minutes by USB, travelling with the INK could not be more convenient. Users can enjoy being creative whilst on long plane, train or car journeys and then simply use the clip function to ensure the INK is with them at all times. Weighing just 12g and having a 9.2mm diameter, it is a very comfortable travel companion.

Versatile apps – Whether in a board room meeting, a lecture hall, noting down recipes in the kitchen or sketching new designs, the INK makes life more convenient. Using apps such as PowerPoint and OneNote, handwritten notes can be taken for business, studying or leisure. If looking for a more creative use, the INK works with apps including Sketchpad, Autodesk SketchBook and Fresh Paint allowing users to create sketches, paintings and illustrations on the move. A full list of apps available for Windows INK can be found here.

Jasper Li, CTO for Adonit comments, “INK was our opportunity to create the ultimate stylus for Windows users. We wanted to make INK as versatile as possible, incorporating premium features like pressure sensitivity and shortcut buttons for artists and productivity seekers alike. It’s a highly capable, convenient, and affordable solution that brings convenience and accuracy to Microsoft customers.”

Technology offers endless opportunities to streamline life and work, and a stylus brings an added level of convenience. Adonit INK combines a high quality and on-trend design with the essential accessory needed for any Windows user.

Windows Compatible –  INK was created exclusively for Windows powered tablets and 2-in-1 devices and is compatible with many Asus, Dell, HP and Microsoft devices including the Surface range. For a full list of devices that the INK will work with, please see here.

Adonit INK is available in Black, Silver and Midnight Blue £44.49 ​from​ ​Amazon​. See more on Facebook @ Adonit Europe.

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

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