Combo Apps/DAGi Styli

DAGi Styli

Today I wanted to talk about these 3 styli from DAGi. DAGi is a company based of out Taiwan and makes lots of different design styli to suit whatever your needs are or the device you’re using. There will be demo video shown on how to use their styli, changing the tips and adding the film on the tips. Now since DAGi is from Taiwan you will see a lot Japanese manga style drawings. I’m not going to write in full detail of each of the 3 stylus because the videos pretty much explain and show you how they function. I will give you a price guide and where to shop for DAGi Styli toward the end of this blog post with my overall opinion.

Instructions from DAGi

When I got my box of styli from DAGi they put in an intruction guide on how to change the plastic disc tips and adding the film at the bottom of the time. It’s really important to add the film at the bottom of them tip because it helps the stylus run across your screen smoothly. You all know it’s also important to have a clean screen before you start to draw, paint, sketch or take notes of you tablet screen.

DAGi P507

Alright, so when you get your DAGi Stylus of any kind you will get an extra plastic disc tip and 1 to 2 strips of film stickers to place at the bottom of your plastic disc. All the model numbers of their stylus are part numbers, that’s the reference they go by with their styli.

P507 in my hand

The P507 is made of aluminum (body and cap) and solid in your hand, so it has weight when you use it on your tablet screen. Length: 120mm, Diameter Tip: 10mm, Colors: Black/Red/Gray/Light Blue/Silver and includes 1 FREE back-up tip and 5 pcs soft protective film for the tip. Works with Google Nexus7/Amazon kindle Fire HD/Apple iPhone 5, 5C and 5S, iPad 1-4 iPad mini/Samsung Galaxy Tab/HTC One/Asus Transformer.

The P507 video demo.

Artrage Painting done with DAGi P507 Stylus

Here’s my art work done with ArtRage for iPad with the P507 stylus. Now I really love how the stylus glides across the screen with the film on the tip. Its has amazing accuracy and response on my iPad and iPhone. I just love how it feels in my hand. The P507 sells for $23.00 and worth it if you want to do a lot of note taking and sketching with your tablets.

DAGi P505
P505 in my hand

The P505 is also aluminum (body and cap) and solid in your hand. I was really surprised because it looked plastic to me on the website and in the box when I got it. It has heft and these three rectangle dent toward the tip of the stylus for a better hold. This is one of the few stylus that have a pen clip on it. Length: 130mm, Diameter Tip: 10mm, 5 Colors: Black/Silver/Red/Light Blue/Light Green and includes 1 FREE back-up tip and 5 pcs soft protective film for the tip. Works with Google Nexus7/Amazon kindle Fire HD/Apple iPhone 5, 5C and 5S, iPad 1-4 iPad mini/Samsung Galaxy Tab/HTC One/Asus Transformer.

The P505 video demo.

ArtRage Painting and Sketch with DAGi P505 Stylus

My art work done with ArtRage for iPad with the P505 Stylus. I love this stylus too and impressed with the accuracy and response on your tablet. The P505 sells for $18.00 and great for the mobile artist, the note taker and/or the game player. You can’t go wrong with the price and versatility.

DAGi P508
P508 in my hand

The P508 is the business executive design stylus and like all the other styli I’ve written about have that same aluminum body and cap. It’s very solid in your hand with a lot of heft in your hand. IT’s looks like you have one of those expensive pens in your hand but it’s a stylus. DAGi does make a pen/stylus version of this same design, The P603. Sadly, DAGi didn’t send me a P603 to test out nut hopefully they will in the near future. Back to the P508, Length: 130mm, Diameter Tip: 13mm, Black only and includes 1 FREE back-up tip and 5 pcs soft protective film for the tip. Works with Google Nexus7/Amazon kindle Fire HD/Apple iPhone 5, 5C and 5S, iPad 1-4 iPad mini/Samsung Galaxy Tab/HTC One/Asus Transformer.

The P508 video demo.

Writing on Bamboo Paper App with DAGi P508 Stylus

I did something different this time with a writing test and used a different app. The app I used is Bamboo Paper for the writing test. The P508 writes really well but I don’t like the pen cap because it comes loose while you are writing. Now if you’re really into writing notes on your tablet, I would not recommend this stylus. Some people will over look the matter and that’s fine. It does look sharp and business ready, looks are everything when it comes to the business world. The P508 sells for $25.00 and not too bad for the price.

If you are interested in checking out how durable the springs are on the DAGi Stlyi or you want to adjust the angle of the spring with your DAGi Stlyi. This is the video to watch closely. On of the great things about DAGi is you can order replacement tips, so you don’t have to worry like the Logiix Stylus Diamond. There is a Touch DAGi App you can pick up for free to have better response and accuracy with your DAGi Stylus.

Products and price list:

P507 – $23.00
P505 – $18.00
P508 – $25.00
P603 – $27.00
Transparent Tips 2pc – $12.00 with different sizes and guide
Touch DAGi App – FREE

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Dagi ships all over the world and it’s FREE shipping to the US, Canada, Europe (Euro), Australia, Japan, China and Taiwan but it take a little while to get your product compared to Amazon. You can order DAGi Styli on Amazon and eBay but you have to pay shipping. If you have any questions about this blog post please leave a comment or email me ashcroft54@gmail.com. I wanted to give a big THANKS to Jamie at DAGI for letting me have these styli to test out and write about, hopefully I’ll get more to write about in the near future. You can not go wrong with a DAGi Stylus, have a great day and see you soon…

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