06-21-2013 10:56 AM
I've pretty well gotten over the learning curve on my HD+. Accidently setting "Enable accessability - Currently in BETA" was a real exciting time. Hint: don't do it until you are very familiar with the device.
Anyway, I have notoriously fat fingers. I'm getting along though often I try to set a bookmark and get the setting menu and vice versa. I do have a couple of questions.
a. Should I get a stylus? If so, which?
b. Where do you store it when you aren't using it? I have the HD+ Composition Cover which is very cool. It would have been nice if they'd have put a stylus sleeve in the spine though.
With the HD+, I've now maxed out my account with 5. Guess we like them!
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06-21-2013 11:54 AM
I have the HD+, and the stylus, don't use it much except for word search, but my friend has really big fingers and he uses his all the time for everything, especially when typing. I would only use the B&N one, on another post some one told how they used an off brand one and it scratched the screen.
06-21-2013 01:57 PM
06-21-2013 08:47 PM
I use a stylus almost exclusively. More accurrate and keeps the screen cleaner. I have an ikross with a built-in pen, only about $10.
06-21-2013 10:47 PM
After having the tips come off of two mid priced (Incipio) versions, I picked up one today at Dollar Tree for, not surprisingy, S1 - it has a clip and includes a ballpoint pen. Can't say how long it will last, but it works well and is no great loss if you decide you don' like them.
06-22-2013 07:26 AM
Thanks for all the advice and comments. Looks like a stylus is the order of the day. Clever idea about using the headphone jack as a tether point. Now to find that one.