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Slim

The Jot Script 2 is relatively light and comfortable to hold, with ribs that make it easy to grip. It looks very similar to its predecessor.

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Pixelpoint

Like the first Jot Script, the next gen has a 1.9mm tip.

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Rechargeable

One of the updates for this version is the ability to recharge. This magnet on the end serves as a connection as well as a way to connect to the charger.

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Button

As with most styluses, this button and an LED control connection to the iPad as well serving as an indicator for battery level.

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Partnership

Though the stylus will work with any app that supports the Adonit Jot styluses, this particular version ships with Evernote's Penultimate note-taking app and six months of Evernote Premium.

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Charger

Adonit uses these magnetic dongles to charge its styluses. It's a clever design, but they're really easy to lose.

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Locked in

The magnet lets the stylus stand up in the charger.

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