A unique sensor lets you flip Pencil to erase when connected to Paper, without switching tools.
Pencil’s certified Bluetooth Smart wireless delivers a fast, stable connection with industry-leading power conservation.
Each Pencil is milled from a single, solid piece of material. Graphite brushed aluminum model shown.
Also available in Walnut.
Pencil’s battery charges off any USB port in under 90 minutes and delivers power for up to a month of normal use on a single charge.
Pencil’s tip and eraser sensors are plated in 14kt gold for lightning fast, accurate reaction.
Pencil’s durable tip has been carefully friction-tuned to feel great on a screen. Use both the tip and edge to draw. Extra tip and eraser included.
An artisanally crafted tool. The body is milled from a solid piece of premium-grade walnut that has met rigorous standards for sustainability. Each Pencil has a unique character that will subtly change with years of use.
Simple solid black. The seamless brushed aluminum body has been extruded to reduce manufacturing waste. Minimal, beautiful, and with just a little more heft than the Walnut model.
The best tools don’t require a lot of fuss — they just work. With Pencil, we’ve radically simplified things like charging and wireless connection so you can spend less time in menus and more time creating.
Under normal use, you won’t need to recharge Pencil for about a month. The battery can be slid out and recharged on any standard USB port in under 90 minutes.
Bluetooth connection as it should be: no settings menus, no confusing pairing rituals. Just press Pencil’s tip to the screen. Clear, stable, simple... easy as falling in love.
Palm Rejection, Erase, and Blend work only on Paper and other supported applications, but Pencil also works well as a non-connected stylus in any other app and on any touchscreen device.
Try Sketch, Outline, Write, Color, and Mixer for free while using Pencil.
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