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When Apple introduced the first iPhone, one of the things Steve Jobs lamented was styluses - those small plastic sticks that slotted into the side of many devices back in 2007 that we often lost. That's spawned a number of other options with Apple even develop their own Pencil - albeit at an eye-watering price. The Wacom Bamboo Tip is a stylus solution that lets you scribble notes and sketch on your iOS or Android device.

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Tablets are great for email, games and productivity apps. They can also be useful for note-taking, annotations and drawing, but when you start doing those things, a good stylus is extremely useful. This week we're looking at five of the best tablet styli for capacitive touch screens, based on your nominations.

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If you use a tablet and wish you had a stylus to use with it, you could go out and spend a few dollars plus shipping to have a capacitive touchscreen-friendly stylus shipped to you, or you can build your own using a ballpoint pen and a kitchen sponge that you probably already have.

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