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Note that a display screen that does not offer finger touch capability is not called a touch screen even if it supports a stylus. For touch screens a stylus, if offered, is sometimes a separate purchase while the stylus is included on screens that are not touch screens. These screens are referred to as Digitizer touch technology.
Newer technology stylus has a variable pressure which permits true drawing capability. Some have as much as 2048 pressure-sensitive pen tip which provide an actual writing effect to the user. The stylus may have buttons and even an eraser.
Some have a replaceable tip and may offer different widths. Tip life varies.
 for more information
- See eBook accessories for a list of available stylus'
- See Touch screen for a discussion of stylus' that can be used along with your finger.
- See Wacom for EMR technology and Touch_screen#EMR
- See N-trig for another screen type with touch and stylus support.
- See Apple pencil used on iPad Pro devices.
- See Bluetooth pen used on Windows surface tablets
- See Boogie board for another Bluetooth pen