Originally Posted by Victoria
It isn't perfect, but I find the pogo is better on the iPad than on my iPod touch. It could be extra screen space means you can see what you are doing. If I am painting, I find my finger more effective. But if I am sketching, the pogo improves my accuracy.
I don't find the pressure an issue, though i'd love to have pressure sensitivity. But i find that it is too short. I hope they come out with a longer version for the iPad. Also the tip seems a bit fragile to me, so I'm more cautious than i'd normally be. Overall, it good, but Room for improvement.
Btw, I love your logo- is it digital creation of yours?
Thanks for your response, Victoria. Interesting the pogo works better for you on the iPad compared to the Touch. Perhaps there is also a little more flexibility in the screen due to its larger surface area compared to the Touch. Hopefully the Pogo will continue to develop into a more user friendly instrument. For me, I have issues with the pressure needed and the lack of sensitivity it has. I haven't used it now for quite sometime and prefer using my fingertips.
Thanks for compliment on my avatar. It was created by an artist that is a member here at MobileRead, called FlorenceArt. The artwork she has given me permission to use is called "Blue Jinn." Here
is her website with more of her artwork.
Your avatar is beautiful, did you create it?