Is a stylus actually useful on mobile devices, or just another unnecessary thing to carry around?
nchristine 1 year ago
How do styluses actually work? I have an HTC One, and for the most part using my fingers to type or otherwise interact with the screen works ok. Maybe I just have big, clumsy fingers or something, but I still get frustrated with mistakes while typing and entering info. I was thinking about trying out a stylus, but I don't want to just waste $30-40. So have people with "finger challenges" found styluses helpful? Also, are there many differences between the various brands or are they all essentially the same?
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