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While there are no changes that appear obvious, it has some significant differences from its predecessor.
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.
Like the first Jot Script, the next gen has a 1.9mm tip.
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.
As with most styluses, this button and an LED control connection to the iPad as well serving as an indicator for battery level.
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.
Adonit uses these magnetic dongles to charge its styluses. It's a clever design, but they're really easy to lose.
The magnet lets the stylus stand up in the charger.
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