Over the last few months, Proporta’s 3-in-1 styluses impressed with leakages and difficult-to-remove caps. However, the company seems to learn – and alas, my latest review sample was from a different manufacturer. Let’s see how it fares:
The stylus itself is packed into a nice blister:
After unpacking, the stylus impresses with its color. It is lighter than my original Treo 600 stylus and doesn’t accumulate fingertips easily. I really like its looks…
The stylus has a reset pin in the front. Accessing it works well, and I had no problems resetting my Treo 600:
Pulling the back off was a real surprise – the mechanics have been greatly improved, pulling the cap off required next to no force!
The pen’s output quality is really good and the charge showed absolutely no signs of leakage. There seems to be a reservoire in the lid, too – so they fixed the darn leakage problem. Proporta never had problems with the fit – the stylus fits into my Treo 600 beautifully, altough pulling it out requires a bit more force.
Overall, what should I say? Proporta’s 3-in-1 stylus division has(finally) grown up and delivered a product that’s worthy of the Proporta name. I searched wide and far to find something negative to mention in this review – but there is nothing. If you need a 3-in-1 or even just a replacement stylus for your Treo 600, get this one for 17.95$ at Proporta’s.