Logitech’s alternative to the $130 Apple Pencil 2 is down to $49.99 right now

Maren Estrada

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Apple just unveiled its new 7th-generation iPad tablet with Apple Pencil support, and there are a bunch of other iPads that support the company’s nifty stylus as well. Just because they support it though, doesn’t mean you need to pay a whopping $130 for Apple’s own stylus. There are a bunch of other options out there that use the same basic tech, and the most popular one is the Logitech Crayon for iPad. It retails for $70 but if you hurry, you can snag one on Amazon for only $49.99!

Here are the key details from the product page:

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  • Compatible with iPad (6th Gen), iPad Air (3rd Gen) and iPad mini (5th Gen)
  • Uses Apple Pencil technology for precise writing, no delays
  • Palm Rejection technology—rest your hand naturally on the screen like you would with Pencil and paper
  • Tilt for thicker or thinner lines
  • No pairing, just turn on and draw

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