At this years BETT 2018 Education Show taking place in London this week, drawing peripheral manufacturer Staedtler has unveiled its new Noris Digital Stylus which has been created with help from companies such as WACOM. The new stylus has been showcased this week at BETT 2018 working with new Google Chromebook systems from a selection of manufacturers including HP, Asus, Acer and Samsung.
The hexagonal shaped stylus has been created using an innovative WOPEX material, that offers a tactile, soft non-slip surface to grip and the wooden content is sourced from PEFC-certified sustainably managed German forests, explains Staedtler. The point of the Noris Digital Stylus has been created by WACOM and can be used on tablets, smartphone or notebooks.
At the current time the Noris Digital Stylus is compatible with the following Chromebook systems, 11.6 Acer Chromebook Spin 11, 11.6 ASUS Chromebook Flip C213, 11.6 HP Chromebook x360 11 G1 EE and 12.3 Samsung Chromebook Plus and Chromebook Pro. The mobile hardware creates an electromagnetic field that the Noris Digital Stylus pencil interacts with inductively, enabling the Chromebook to always know the exact location of the pencil point.
Unfortunately no information has been released as yet regarding pricing and availability, but as soon as Staedtler announce any more details we will keep you up-to-date as always. For now jump over to the official Staedtler website to register your interest in the Staedtler Noris Digital Stylus.