Most people use Palm’s styli, that comes with nearly every Palm powered device. It’s a known issue, one gets cramps in his stylus-hand because the stylus is so thin, that you can’t hold it like a normal pen. Best approach to avoid this is getting a pen which has a builtin stylus, so you just have to switch from pen to stylus, and back.

One of those multi talents is the Belkin 4-in-1 Stylus Pen. It comes in quite a big box, one might say, but all out of paper, hence recyclability.
 Belkin 4 in 1 Stylus Pen Review
 Belkin 4 in 1 Stylus Pen Review
 Belkin 4 in 1 Stylus Pen Review

Nomen est omen – the Belkin 4-in-1 Stylus Pen covers four functions:

  • Stylus
  • Pencil
  • Red ballpoint
  • Black ballpoint

 Belkin 4 in 1 Stylus Pen Review
The technique behind the scenes is quite easy – yet you have to get used to it. There’re are four cartridges in the barrel and the one closest to the ground (or: at the bottom) comes out in most of the cases.
 Belkin 4 in 1 Stylus Pen Review

Compared to normal ballpoint pens, like the cheap Parkers, this one looks quite big, but multi-talents don’t imply smallness normally. Though, because of the low weight of the pen, you get used to it’s size without any harms.
 Belkin 4 in 1 Stylus Pen Review  Belkin 4 in 1 Stylus Pen Review

Also the writing quality is quite good, and it’s also comfortable for writing at school, where you have to write very fast from time to time – still no cramps, yay! The stylus tip is very soft, so exelent writing comfort on Palm is given too (even for insane coders using SrcEdit, like me).

Here’s a little comparison of a few other pens and the Belkin 4-in-1 Stylus Pen:
 Belkin 4 in 1 Stylus Pen Review

Related posts:

  1. Belkin Light Stylus review
  2. The Boxwave Styra(3-in-1 stylus) for Tungsten E/E2 review
  3. DAGi Capacitive Stylus – the review
  4. The Martin Fields 4-in-1 stylus
  5. The Proporta 3-in-1 stylus for Tungsten E2

3 Responses to “Belkin 4-in-1 Stylus Pen Review”

  1. Hi,

    BTW do you know how SrcEdit can be downloaded? Or it is not a single program and is integrated in OnboardC?

    Thanks.

  2. Hello Piedone,

    take a look at http://srcedit.brainsware.org – ther you can get SrcEdit (sources & prc).

    Regards,
    Alex

  3. Hi,

    thank you!

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