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The Logitech Crayon is an accurate and comfortable stylus for the current sixth-generation iPad, solving design flaws of the Apple Pencil at a more affordable price.
Doesn't need to pair—ready to use out of the box., Very accurate in testing.
No pressure sensitivity.
There is a lot to love about the Logitech Crayon. It's easy and natural to use and it works beautifully. It does what you want and expect a smart stylus to do. If you don't mind the orange color, flat shape, and lack of pressure sensitivity and if you do specifically have an iPad (6th generation),...
Comfortable, kid-friendly design, Responsive; no perceptible lag time, No need to pair, just turn on and go, Supports palm rejection, Smart tip adjusts line thickness according to your angle, Almost 7-hour battery life
Only compatible with one device: the iPad (6th generation), Doesn't support pressure sensitivity
If you're in the market for a high level of accuracy (and who isn't?) but not looking to pay $100, we recommend the Logitech Crayon. Palm rejection allows you to rest your hand on the screen without throwing off the path of the stylus tip, which is fully adjustable and sensitive to your Crayon's...
The Logitech Crayon is compatible with all iPads released in 2019 or later and is a fantastic alternative to the Apple Pencil.
Competitive price point for basically the same technology as an Apple Pencil. It doesn’t roll off the table.
Lack of pressure sensitivity means it is not appropriate for technical or in-depth drawing.
iPad is a great educational tool, no matter the age of the student. But some children are too young for a keyboard. That’s where the Logitech Crayon comes in. It’s a digital pencil designed for students to write and draw on a variety of iPad and iPad Pro models.
When it comes to digital pencils, there are already a number of brands that have released their own versions of these. Logitech released their version of a digital pencil that is designed to work with the Apple iPad, called the Logitech Crayon .
If you own an iPad you’ve probably considered getting yourself a stylus, like the Apple Pencil. At £120 though, you really need to justify that expense with your usability and personally, I don’t have enough demand for a stylus to spend that much!
Today, the iPad has become an extremely useful device. We use it to write, draw, teach, and do a variety of tasks. With a digital pencil like the Logitech Crayon, these tasks become easier and fun to do. The Crayon delivered excellent performance in terms of responsiveness, smoothness, and accuracy.
Durable and easy to use
Lacks pressure sensitivity
The Logitech Crayon is a great stylus if you’re looking for something affordable yet reliable. It allows you to easily take notes, mark things up, and it’s also good for minor artistic uses. Although it does not equate the function of a professional artist’s stylus, it gets the job done adequately.
Easy to set up and use. I got this as a cheaper alternative to the Apple Pencil.
Great product. Easy to use, no pairing required, doesnt roll like the Apple Pencil, and less expensive.
The palm rejection is a little bit…on the off side. Sure it works but there are moments where it just doesn’t at all, I’ve tried turning it off and on again. Disabling Bluetooth. Stuff like that but whenever I begin to draw it swaps between my hand and pen and buffers the line I draw and how thick...
I use this with my iPad Air for a couple different tasks, but mostly as a writing implement with the NoteShelf app. It is a little but cumbersome to write with (my hand gets tired sometimes) but it works incredibly well. It captures my handwriting accurately, which I am extremely pleased with.
I bought this as a cheap alternative for my mom. She wanted the ability to write, but it wouldn’t be a primary function she would utilize. Unlike myself, I write just about everyday on my iPad. Things I like about the Crayon: Writing - the response on the pen is GREAT.
Pros: - super accurate - can use while coloring Cons: - Because this pen is flat, it really hurts you hand after a few minutes - The cap doesn't close all the way once you start charging it Suggestions: - change shape to round (like a regular pencil) - make the cap more snug I wouldn't buy this pen...
SUPER disappointed. I never leave reviews but this deserves one. This pen comes in a bag. No charging cable, it doesn't even tell WHAT cable you need.. No user manual or any information on how to use the pen. I get it, it's supposed to be easy to use, it's an electronic device.
Great pencil, I’m glad I did not spend the extra money for the
Works as described
Perfect and the best conform for that price.