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Japan Trust Technology launches world’s first active stylus pen with 1.9mm tip for iPhone / iPad / iPad mini

Japan Trust Technology today announced the launch of world’s first active stylus pen with 1.9mm tip for iPhone / iPad / iPad mini- Renaissance. The active stylus pen Renaissance with 1.9mm tip is thinner than the 2mm thickness of pencil lead. The pen is powered by one AAA battery and the battery lasts for approximately eight hours. With a >90% reduction in tip area compared to current passive styluses on the market, the 1.9mm stylus pen Renaissance gives the user a true pen-to-pad writing experience on the iPhone / iPad / iPad mini.


The Renaissance active stylus pen generates static electricity itself and with the active point technology, operation of the thin pen tip can be performed with iOS app of all. The pen tip is made of POM (polyacetal) materials for superb grip, impact resistance and strength. This all adds to a smooth writing comfort to the highest degree. Pen grip is easier to hold by the tapered shape tapering as it goes ahead; rubber coating is applied to the grip portion. Renaissance active stylus pen is available in dark silver, silver and Red colors.

iPadThe Renaissance active stylus pen do not requires Bluetooth or any specific applications to function – simply pick it up, turn it on, and enjoy. The Renaissance fine point active stylus with its ultimate thin 1.9mm tip delivers a realistic pen-to-pad writing experience on the iPhone / iPad / iPad mini.
Renaissance_stylus_pen_gripPerfect for sketching, drawing and photography apps, it includes an integrated clip for your pocket or pencil loop. Renaissance active stylus pen is available in Japan for approximately for 5,980 yen ($59). The Renaissance with its unique active circuitry and precise 1.9 mm tip is the next gen stylus.
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