Friday Giveaway: 2 Adonit Jot Touch Pressure Sensitive Styli

The role of the tablet has transformed from being just a reading device to one that allows you to use it creatively. Many a designers now rely on the iPad to do random sketches, pursue inspiration and follow their thoughts. To compliment their intuitiveness we have Adonit striving hard to empower them with the right tools. This Friday stand a chance to win two Adonit Jot Touch Pressure Sensitive Styli.

To Win Adonit the Jot Touch Answer This Question:

  • How will pressure sensitivity help you on the iPad?

Contest Rules:

  • 2 Winners will be announced
  • Contest Closes 16th September – midnight PST
  • Contest Open Worldwide
  • Standard Contest Rules Apply
  • Only One Entry Per Person

More about the Jot Touch:

Jot Touch has the distinction of being the first pressure sensitive stylus for the iPad. Adonit’s goal was to give artists more than the expected precision from a Jot stylus, but also the freedom to create everywhere with powerful tools. Using Bluetooth, Jot Touch also provides the user with shortcut buttons for quick changes such as “undo” or brush switching. Partnered with Jot Ready Apps, Jot Touch is the most powerful iPad stylus around.

85 Comments

  • It will be easier for me to draw on it.

  • AON says:

    1- it will help me write notes in class
    2- draw my ideas
    3- play some games 🙂

  • Roy Scott says:

    sketch renderings will become a piece of cake and my shinny clean screen wont get nearly as greasy

  • Jeroen says:

    As a design student and ipad user, I would like to make desigh sketches and draw ideas on the go. I study in Arnhem wich is a 30 minute drive from my home. Also, I am currently having an internship in Helmond, with a 3 hour traveling time. In these times, I would like to make proper sketches on my iPad, and I believe that the Jot sensitive stylus will help me achieve this.

  • Justin Green says:

    It will help with sketching and doing mock ups for web development.

  • Ernesto Martinez says:

    I am an iOS developer, and I’d like to explore novel ways of using the device in industrial controls user interface environments; breaking paradigms of current user interfaces that have been in use for more than 3 decades and see what kind of operator effectiveness could be delivered using such a combination of tablet/stylus. Querying/Reporting/Drill-down capabilities could also be improved.

  • Ernesto Martinez says:

    I am an iOS developer, and I’d like to explore novel ways of using the device in industrial controls user interfaces that have been in use for over 3 decades and see what kind of operator effectiveness could be delivered using such a combination of tablet/stylus. Querying/Reporting/Drill-down capabilities could also be improved.

  • Ernesto Martinez says:

    I am an iOS developer, and I’d like to explore novel ways of using the device in industrial controls user interfaces that have been in use for over 3 decades and see what kind of operator effectiveness could be delivered using such a combination of tablet/stylus. Querying/Reporting/Drill-down capabilities.

  • Ernesto Martinez says:

    I am an iOS developer, and I’d like to explore novel ways of using the device in industrial controls user interfaces and see what kind of operator effectiveness could be delivered using such a combination of tablet/stylus. Querying/Reporting/Drill-down capabilities.

  • I am an iOS developer, and I’d like to explore novel ways of using the device in industrial controls user interfaces and see what kind of operator effectiveness could be delivered using such a combination of tablet/stylus.

  • I am an iOS developer, and I’d like to explore novel ways of using the device in industrial controls user interfaces using a combination of tablet/stylus.

  • I am an iOS developer, and I’d like to explore novel ways of using the device in industrial controls user interfaces.

  • I’d like to explore novel ways of using the device in industrial controls user interfaces.

  • I want to explore novel ways of using the device in industrial controls user interfaces.

  • Ernesto Martinez says:

    Apologies for tose multiple postst. The web page insisted on giving me an error message indicating the post had been unsuccessful, so I kept shortening the message and reposting

  • Leander says:

    To make kick-ass sketches that count! Now, with this tool, the ipad is becoming a tool that can be taken serious by designers.

  • Edward Koh says:

    It will help me pen down naturally my thoughts in to the digital dream. as they say, picture paints a thousand gigabytes.

  • Brandon says:

    It would help me quickly sketch my designs and ideas so that my director will actually understand what I’m talking about.

  • Martin R. says:

    Its gonna give me better precision and details on sketches.

  • lion says:

    the real problem is that you have still drawing with a glove (boring system)

  • Sebastian says:

    As a Art student, having a Adonit Jot Touch will definately help alot in doing sketches on the go during travel time on the subway. I will be able to make accurate sketches on pressure sensitive drawing applications and make better interpretations of the brush strokes. With the button on the styli, I will be able to make undo quickly with one hand, making drawing a breeze.

  • Jan says:

    Having a pressure sensitive stylus will allow me to transfer my emotion to my work. Without the pressure sensitivity, there is no way to bring emotion into what you are creating, it’s too black and white.

  • The Adonit Jot Touch, will replace my regular sketchbook.

    I wont need to scan my design sketches anymore to have them in my presentation this will give me much more freedom to paint where I want, when I want. Also this will just safe so much time and effort.

    Must Architect’s/Designers dont switch over to digital sketch pads because the pens havent been intuitive enough. By using a sensitive pen this could change our world.

  • I can finally finish all those lame bulky sketches that are just sitting on my iPad.

  • Melody says:

    With the Adonit Jot Touch in my hand,
    Infinite possibilities are at my command.

    As my arm glides across the sapphire crystal,
    The digits transform into something personal.

    Descending epiphanies can be captured within a flick,
    An art revolutionized by this magical stick.

    If anyone is to deserve the ultimate tool,
    I wish him / her to be a design fool.

    Such is me.

  • Patrick says:

    God is in the details…

  • Meerz says:

    Pressure sensitivity is one of most important features to add to a stylus. I think in the iPad it allows the delivery of real life strokes accurately. Handwriting looks a lot different and more aesthetically pleasing in my opinion.

  • Joanne Gregory says:

    I will make it easier to draw on my ipad.

  • It will make sketching much faster and more intuative. I use the ipad in school (information design) and also in my company and this will make working on the ipad even better!

  • Adam B says:

    I can transition my workflow from my desk with a Cintiq to the road with an iPad!

  • Roger Jansson says:

    Drawing, being the skill i lack the most as a product design student and being more digitally inclined I recently bought an ipad with a jot pro and i am loving it.

    Having only been drawing seriously for about a year i have a lot of time to make up for, with the ipad i can draw easily and with color wherever i am.

    The thing i miss the most on the ipad is being able to vary line thickness, with the pressure sensitivity i would be able to vary the thickness to make more dynamic sketches. I would be able to enjoy sketching on my ipad even more and hopefully take my drawing skills to the next level.

  • Baugraphic says:

    To look more professional!
    To be avant-garde!
    To impress from the tools to contents!

  • Nicole says:

    It will help me write in style.

  • Jake H. says:

    It will make drawing and writing much better!

  • Frank Dijkstra says:

    My wife has started her photography career not long ago. We Have a new iPad to show off her photo’s to future clients, and to edit those she uses Photoshop.
    The Adonit Jot Touch Pressure Stylus would be a great tool to make some adjustments to the photo’s.

  • WilkinsRuth says:

    I just got paid $6784 working off my laptop this month. And if you think that’s cool, my divorced friend has twin toddlers and made over $9k her first month. It feels so good making so much money when other people have to work for so much less. This is what I do, http://Fox46.com

  • The Adonit Jot Touch will greatly aid me as I am taking steps to improve my art and design workflow. I see it as a more practical way of sketching and taking notes than carrying around sketchpads and notebooks then scanning or retyping the notes later. One stop productivity shop… er styli.

  • Having spent some time with a Jot1 and paper on the ipad i am VERY interested in seeing how pressure sensitivity will transition over. I use a cintiq at work every day and would love to have on on the go!

    examples of things i’ve drawn without pressure sensitivity can be found on my gallery – http://www.michaelkingery.sqsp.com/mech-with-treads

    i know this is all random and what not, but i love the jot and am excited to try the jot touch.

  • lisa says:

    It will help me be and awesome girlfriend when I give my boyfriend an awesome Christmas present.

  • Sean says:

    I was actually saving money for buying the 12″ Wacom Cintiq, I didn’t earn enough money until now, the Adonit Jot touch is the perfect solution for me.
    The jot, unlike the bamboo, will give me the freedom of portability and the wide range of the Apps that the iPad has.

  • Sean says:

    Of course I did a mistake,
    In the third sentence I wanted to write Cintiq and not Bamboo.

    Sorry…

  • David says:

    I love sketching and digital rendering, but I dont like carrying around paper with me in my bag cause it normally ends up getting wrinkled somehow. I LOVE sketching on my iPad, but I do find the lack of pressure sensitivity annoying.

    The Jot Touch would solve both problems! I’ve been waiting for a really long time for a pressure sensitive stylus to help speed up my sketching and rendering processes! Jot will help me realize my concepts better AND faster than before. It will consolidate everything I need into one device, making it a very valuable tool in my artistic arsenal! If I dont win it I can’t wait to buy it!

  • Daniel says:

    would make sketching on my ipad during my design lectures much more fun 🙂

  • Naomi says:

    I haven’t done much drawing on the iPad but I’d love to be able to use it in a more native way. This sounds like a great solution!

  • dakar8 says:

    the adonit will help me get more out of drawing on my ipad versus the architect stylus i currently have.

  • Afshin says:

    It makes iPad like a paper so you can draw , design or write , it is you paper draw your idea

  • Bart says:

    The stylus will help me practice my drawing skills. As a product design student I have made my fair share of digital sketches but always using a wacom and my desktop computer. It would be a great graduation gift because as of next week I will be a real product designer! I hope I can be considered for this awesome looking stylus.

  • NAC says:

    1) It will help me illustrate my book.
    2) It will help me write notes and organize at work.

  • Amit says:

    I always sketched and drew with a pen for fun. After a motorcycle accident as part of my rehab I started to paint with oil paints on canvas. I tried the old wacom but it did not feel right – too loose and I could not create flowing strokes in different width.
    I have tried the Jot pro and it felt like a pen for real – I believe that with pressure sensitivity it would allow me to illustrate and paint with accurate and flowing strokes as well as change the color and width of my “brush”.
    I can’t wait to test it on my new iPad and better myself through rehab.

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