MADRID, Oct. 17 (Portaltic/EP) –
Manzana has announced a new stylus that comes with a USB-C port and that it will launch in November in the United States for a price of 79 dollars (about 75 euros at the current exchange rate), that is, it will cost half that of the 2nd generation Apple Pencil , which has a price of 149 euros.
With this product, the company seeks to offer “more options to iPad users” with a “new and more affordable” model, as it commented in a press release where it noted that this product is “ideal for taking notes, drawing and annotating”among other uses.
Designed with a matte finish and a flat side to connect magnetically to the iPad. This is when this accessory goes into a sleep state to preserve the life of its battery. Unlike the firm’s most recent stylus, which uses the Lightning connector, this model introduces USB-C connector.
The tech company has confirmed that the new Apple Pencil works with iPadOS tools like Scribble and Quick Note and, when used with the M2 iPad Pro models, supports scrolling, allowing users to draw and illustrate with greater precision. .
With this, he commented that this pencil is ideal for 10th generation iPad users and also works with all the latest iPad models, which have a USC-C port, including the iPad Pro, iPad Air and iPad mini.
This new version of the Apple Pencil will initially arrive in the United States for a price of 79 euros and will be available in early November. This indicates that it will be more affordable than the Apple Pencil 1st generation (119 euros) and that his successor, the Apple Pencil 2nd generation (149 euros).