The Maglus tip assembly is one of most important elements of the Maglus stylus, and has been meticulously designed to give the you the best user experience with your tablet. It’s made to glide across the touchscreen with pinpoint precision, and be swappable with ease.
Teachers and parents know that early exposure to holding and using a writing tool is important for a child’s motor skill development and their ability to learn to read. Moving from finger-touch learning to holding a pencil is a major milestone, especially those entering preschool and kindergarten.
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Yesterday, 14 May, was a great day for all receptionists: it was National Receptionists Day in many parts of the world, a day to say “Thank you” and “Please don’t put me on hold, my phone credit is about to go” to all the lovely receptionists out there.
Receptionists are known for their quick-hand abilities. This makes me wonder: Could the tablet or the iPad soon replace the old-fashioned notepad? If so, which apps would be used for this?
I’ve used the Maglus and iPad to take notes before, but at a fairly leisurely pace.
I wanted to see if the experience of using the Maglus and GoodNotes in a more fast-paced environment was comparable to using a pen and paper and, in short, yes – it did indeed compare favourably – in fact, I loved it!