By David Ponce
It was well known that Steve didn't like styluses (is it stylii?), so he might not have taken kindly to the offering from Ten One Designs, codenamed Blue Tiger. It's pressure sensitive and works in conjunction with an application that has some features that people might actually want, you know, in a tablet. For example, it has palm rejection, which means you can take handwritten notes on the iPad with your hand resting directly on the surface without disturbing anything. It connects using Bluetooth 4.0.
Of course, the success of something like this will depend on how many developers decide to code for the stylus. Ten One designs is handing out SDK's, so hopefully by the time this is released, there will be more than their own application to go along with it. Photoshop maybe? Here's hoping.
No word on price or availability date.