I'm hand quilting a quilt for an upcoming raffle and have been spending lots of time working on it. As a result, my fingertips are really getting toughened up. About a week ago, I thought there was something wrong with my Nook because I was having trouble getting it to respond to my touch . . . but now I've figured out that my toughened fingertips are the problem! If I use the ball of my finger instead of the tip, it works just fine. The only problem with that is that I have trouble being very accurate. Has anyone else noticed this problem?
Do any of you have a stylus that you use with your Nook or other device? If so, what brand works well for you?
I use a stylus with my IPad. I got it at Staples or Target. I also got a 3 pack at Amazon much cheaper, but they are shorter and more lightweight. I keep them around so I have a spare, but the first one I got was about 10-15 doll@rs and has a more natural feel than the cheaper ones.
my smart pgone uses the heat, not pressure... could that be an issue for you?
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When my hands are cold I have trouble on my iPod. When I'm outside and ir's hot I have trouble. There's got to be a heat source hotter than room temp. Pressure doesn't work. So stylus won't work with iPods or Nooks. Neither do fingernails. Kindles use pressure on keys and some people prefer it.
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