Astropad launches Rock Paper Pencil, an innovative screen protector and Apple Pencil tip kit.
- Astropad has launched Rock Paper Pencil, a new screen protector and Apple Pencil tip kit that mimics the feel of writing with a pen on paper.
- The Rock Paper Pencil screen protector is magnetic, detachable, and reusable.
- The "Rock Paper Pencil" kit is available in two sizes and can currently be purchased from the Astropad website for $31.99, a 20% discount.
Astropad's Novel Introduction
Astropad may be better known for its Luna Display and Astropad Studio app, but the company has unveiled something new up its sleeve. I'm talking about Rock Paper Pencil, a new screen protector and Apple Pencil tip kit designed to emulate the feel of writing with a pen on paper.
A Glimpse into the Technology
According to Astropad, Rock Paper Pencil promises an "unrivaled reality" by combining a custom-adapted Apple Pencil tip and a matching screen protector. What's special is that the Rock Paper Pencil's screen protector is magnetic, making it easy to secure on an iPad and remove when not in use.
Fitted with "Nano-Texture Technology" that mimics the texture of paper, the screen protector also reduces glare. The Apple Pencil tip is made of metal and resembles the tip of a ballpoint pen in its design. Interestingly, Astropad claims their tip is more precise than the Apple Pencil and can be effortlessly screwed onto the Apple Pencil 2.
Sizes and Availability
The Rock Paper Pencil Kit is available in two sizes, including a 12.9-inch variant for the third generation and newer iPad Pro models, and an 11-inch version that fits the 11-inch iPad Pro and iPad Air.
Currently, the Rock Paper Pencil Kit can be purchased from the Astropad website for an introductory price of $31.99, which includes a 20% discount. It appears as if Astropad is once again making waves in the tech world.
Considering these developments, it can be said that Astropad is bringing innovation into the tech world. With the introduction of their Rock Paper Pencil, the company once again proves that it not only stays up-to-date but also constantly takes into account the needs of its users. Whether the imitation of writing on paper finally turns out to be as true-to-life as Astropad claims, only time will tell. It's certainly an interesting idea; worth giving a shot.
For More Information
You can view the complete announcement here.