Thursday, July 29, 2010

DS Stylus Get Yours Now

By Susan Smith

For any hardcore DS gamer there is 1 particular facet of touch gaming that merely needs to be dead on. When dealing with competitive gaming, a very good stylus is as important as a solid d-pad or completely tuned analog stick, and even though the DS Lite stylus can be a fine initial attempt, gamers are finding alternate choices inside form of third-party components.

Several from the hotter styli available are creating a huge splash on gaming message boards, too as in our IGN offices. Our resident DS guy "Cranky" Craig Harris, for example, stands behind his basic PDA Panache DS Lite Pro stylus; a beautiful metal styli which is sturdy sufficient for gargantuan guy hands, but nevertheless little adequate to fit in the DS Lite. For Bozon's funds, it's the Convenience Stylus, a bendable pointer that is perfect for wrapping all-around your finger or thumb, excellent for DS first-person shooters or for switching quickly in between a d-pad/button game more than to fast menu interface. Regardless of what you choose, there's a ton of choices on the market, as well as the list just got a bit larger.

Prime Global Enterprises, maker with the Comfort Stylus, has announced these days that a brand new version on the stylus is accessible for gamers. While the design hasn't been entirely overhauled, the Comfort Stylus is now accessible in blue, white, light pink, and obviously traditional red.

Additionally, the stylus may be lengthened by a quarter of an inch in size, and is now made with all the idea if the pointer overlapping the rubber coating, which was 1 of our initial concerns using the design. While we haven't gone hands-on while using new stylus yet, the design appears to possess fixed the initial troubles while using suggestion, creating it more resilient overall.

It is possible to take a look at the official internet page for that Comfort Stylus right here, which now involves the new item and shipping information. Here's hoping for a DS Lite-specific Comfort and ease Stylus in the around long term.

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