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December 17, 2012

GoSmart Releases GoSmart Freedom Line of Touchscreen Styluses


When you’re looking for some stocking stuffers this holiday season, don’t forget to get something for the tech lovers in your life. 

One of the things that almost anyone with an iPad or an iPhone (News - Alert) would love to have is a stylus that they can actually depend on and that works the way it should. GoSmart, Inc. just released what it claims is the most accurate stylus on the market today, designed with the iPad in mind but compatible with other tablets as well.

The GoSmart Freedom Stylus is one that does not use magnets, like the original GoSmart Stylus, but that may actually mean it works a little bit better than its predecessor. The original GoSmart stylus had those rare-earth magnets so that you could easily attach it to your tablet or smartphone, but the GoSmart Freedom Stylus is for those who don’t find that as a large need for their day-to-day use of a tablet.

The GoSmart Freedom Stylus is currently retailing at $23.95 a unit, which makes this perhaps a little bit more expensive than your average stocking stuffer. Those who have a tablet or touchscreen smartphone are always looking for something they can jot down notes or draw pictures with, so this could make a great standalone holiday present as well.

With this release, there are actually two different kinds of new styluses that can be purchased. The first version, the Series 300 “Rocketship,” is shaped like an actual rocket to provide users with a unique look and feel. The other is the Series 200 “Pen” Stylus that looks more business-like and can be clipped into a shirt pocket – much the way you would any other pen. 

These new versions as well as the original GoSmart stylus can be purchased through Amazon.com (News - Alert).

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Edited by Braden Becker
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