Jot Script Wins a Macworld 2013 Editor's Choice Award

By Rafael Gomez

We are thrilled that Jot Script was selected as one of Macworld's "Best Products of 2013." Checkout what they had to say:

We’ve reviewed many styluses over the years, so it’s no surprise that we have a few favorites. Adonit’s $75 Jot Script is our newest obsession, offering users a 1.9mm plastic nib with the company’s new Pixelpoint technology for extra-precise writing.

Born in conjunction with Evernote, the Jot Script has subtle nods that tie it to that company—chief of which is Evernote’s Penultimate app, which has been optimized for the stylus. It’s an incredibly impressive pen for writing on your iPad or iPad mini, though unoptimized apps may be offset a few pixels. It does require Bluetooth 4.0, which means that you’ll need an iPad 3 or later, a first-generation iPad mini or later, or an iPhone 5 or later to use the stylus.

Even with limited support from devices and third-party apps, however, the Jot Script is an excellent tool for the programs it does support, and it’s the best entry in the stylus market yet.

Checkout the other award winners at Macworld.