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Turn a regular iPad into a precision drawing tablet with this affordable stylus

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TL;DR: As of Nov. 8, you can get the Digi Pen for just $39.99 instead of $99.95 — that’s a 59% discount.

If you personally know a digital artist, they may have already told you that a good drawing tablet can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars. But if they have an iPad, they already own a drawing tablet that professionals swear by. They just need to pair it with a great stylus. The Digi Pen is a wireless drawing pen for iPads and other tablets, sporting advanced quality-of-life functions that can make drawing and writing feel more natural. For a limited time, it’s on sale for $39.99. 

Turn an iPad into a drawing tablet with one pen

The Digi Pen has a fine 1.2mm tip for precision drawing. It’s a high-sensitivity device that can adjust your line thickness and depth based on the angle you’re drawing from, just like a regular pen or pencil. This pen shouldn’t feel too unfamiliar if you learned to draw with a traditional medium like paper or chalkboard. You can write or draw directly on your iPad screen as if it were paper, and you don’t even have to wear a drawing glove thanks to the Digi Pen’s palm rejection. 

And your pen can’t roll away. Magnetic Absorption helps keep the Digi Pen where you leave it. You might not have to charge an analog pen, but you’ll rarely have to charge this one, either. According to Digi, one charge could last up to 20 hours of drawing. You can check the remaining battery by looking at the indicator lights beneath the touch-operated power switch. And if the Digi Pen’s battery is running low, you can top it off in under an hour.

Gift your favorite digital artist a precision stylus

If you know an aspiring digital artist who is also an Apple lover, a precision stylus could be a thoughtful and well-loved gift. For a limited time, get the Digi Pen on sale for $39.99 (reg. $99). 

Prices subject to change.

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