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Griffin offers stylus, pen, laser pointer combo

updated 02:30 pm EDT, Thu September 1, 2011

Implement for multiple uses fits in pocket

Griffin has announced a multifunction implement that combines the functionality of an ink pen, laser pointer and input stylus. The Stylus + Pen + Laser Pointer was designed for the on-the-go user carrying multiple mobile devices, and it works with a projection screen, touchscreen devices, and paper.

The tool has a soft rubber tip for writing or tapping on an iPad, iPhone or other touchscreen surface and a refillable ballpoint pen for writing on conventional paper.

The Stylus + Pen + Laser Pointer is available now for $50.












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  1. Teq

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: Mar 2010

    +1

    well they reinvented the wheel

    or as chinese would put it... get it on Alibaba for 2 bucks a pop...

  1. Grendelmon

    Mac Enthusiast

    Joined: Dec 2007

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    $50 !!!

    I almost spit my coffee when I saw the price. Teq is right... back in China (where it's made), they'll probably be worth $2 a pop. It's because us stupid Americans are willing to pay so much for junk like this.

    Don't get me wrong, Griffin has great products, but I get tired of seeing the "premium" prices for iDevice cases/styluses/covers/keyboards/etc. They all jump on the band wagon. "Well, h***... if it's an expensive device, then the accessories should be expensive!" Pffft.

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