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This is the first picture I have drawn on my phone, a Samsung S2 with the stylus I have just purchased.  It’s a DAGi P507 Capacitive Touch. It’s a curious device.
It’s very much like a nice metal pen with a lid, but the drawing tip is a small plastic disc that sits flat on the screen and it’s on the end of a tiny spring. I doesn’t look like it would work very well and I was apprehensive.
The centre of the disc is the drawing point and rather surprisingly it’s really precise and very smooth to draw with. It comes with a spare tip and a few slippy stickers that attach to he drawing disc and can be changed, I guess when worn.
I’m really pleased to have bought it, as it has enabled my phone to become a lovely pocket sized, digital drawing device.

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