HTC HD2 receives a capacitive stylus

HTC HD2 receives a capacitive stylus
One of the only smartphones to sport a capacitive touchscreen while running Windows Mobile 6.5 is the HTC HD2. While many are thrilled to see this used instead of a resistive screen, there are still a few stylus-purist out there that would rather use an implement instead of their finger. For them, HTC now has a capacitive stylus, which we first heard about last November. It can be purchased on-line from the UK HTC Accessory Store for £11.99. The only problem is that unlike most stylus, you can't slip it away inside the phone while it's not in use.

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source: HTCAccessoryStore via Engadget


1 Comment

1. agnosj

Posts: 9; Member since: Jun 04, 2009

Makes me wonder two things: Will T-Mobiles HD2 include a stylus? Will this stylus ultimately work with any capacitive? If either answer is yes it would make sense for HTC to offer it in the states.

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