Setting out to remove the barriers that stand between ideas and creation, Adonit‘s latest innovation sets its sights on Apple’s iPad. Despite its intuitive, groundbreaking design, drawing on the iPad itself has been a hurdle since its inception as it was programmed for imprecise fingers, contains no pressure-sensitive input, and doesn’t allow stylus users to rest their hand on the screen while using the instrument. All of those obstacles are overcome with Adonit’s new Jot Touch 4 Stylus. The first stylus to boast 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity on Apple’s tablet, the design includes a “Palm Rejection” feature that allows users to rest their hand on the screen – thus making it the most intuitive and natural drawing experience on the iPad. The design also includes the ballpoint precision for which Adonit’s Jot Styluses are known while Bluetooth 4 gives users up to an entire month of battery life. Compatible with an ever-growing list of apps – thus allowing professionals to retain the quality of their work away from their desks – the Adonit Jot Touch 4 Stylus for iPad is now available online for $89.99 USD.