5 ways a stylus will boost your productivity

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We all know how revolutionary touch has been to user interfaces, but what about digital pens and styluses? They may still be a niche product for consumers, but for a digital artist or designer using one as part of your everyday work can dramatically increase productivity and help you to get brilliant ideas out of your head and onto the screen more easily. 

If you have an iPad Pro you’ll know you can use one with Apple Pencil, but then you often need to carry two devices around for work – one for creating and another for doing. And, of course, Macs don’t even have touch screens meaning they’re unable to be used for the kinds of hands-on creativity that drawing or painting on a display can bring. If you’ve got a touchscreen PC already, you’ll know how useful touch can be. 

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