Product Comparison: Adonit Pixel Pro vs Apple Pencil for iPad Pro (MK0C2ZM/A)

General Specifications
Pixel Pro
Pencil for iPad Pro (MK0C2ZM/A)
About the Product
Welcome to a new generation of stylus. The Pixel Pro Adonit has been carefully designed to work better, get better write and draw on iPad Pro. Of the pixelpoint point of 1.9 mm improvement in the palm rejection technology built in, Pro offers a more natural pen experience. Once the pixel Pro is connected to your iPad Pro you will see a high pressure sensitivity as well as program shortcut buttons are fully accessible.
Apple Pencil expands the power of iPad mini, iPad Air, and iPad and opens up new creative possibilities. It’s sensitive to pressure and tilt so you can easily vary line weight, create subtle shading, and produce a wide range of artistic effects — just like a conventional pencil, but with pixel-perfect precision.
Key Specs
Capacitive Screens
Capacitive Screens
Tip Material
Stainless steel
Tip Shape
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Adonit Pixel Pro
  • Use more often than my apple pen. Writes on every pad tablet I tried. Excellent battery life. Excellent charging system.
  • It is definitely the best one I have used, with almost no lag. Highly Recommended!!!
  • The feel of a pen tip on my iPad is great. I use this mostly for note taking at work although I keep trying to get into more artistic uses.
  • It only connects for short periods (minutes) When it does work a line drawn appears dashed. This product is unusable.
  • It does not offer the simplicity and fluidity that I wanted.
Apple Pencil for iPad Pro (MK0C2ZM/A)
  • Pressure sensitivity is the best I've seen. It's better than Microsoft's Surface pen.
  • Can be used on the side of the tip for shading effects.
  • Length of the pencil is longer than needed probably due to the battery. Very comfortably.
  • The pencil itself is quite heavy due to heavy the rechargeable battery inside.
  • It’s good quality, but the weight of it is slightly distracting to draw with, especially as I personally am used to real pencils and pens.
Size & Weight
5.9 in.
6.92 in.
0.41 in.
0.35 in.
0.41 in.
0.35 in.
0.7 oz
0.73 oz
Body Material
Tip Cover
Battery life 11 hours, Engineered for iPad Pro, Pressure sensitive, Palm rejection, Charging dock, Shortcut buttons, Pixelpoint technology, Power indicator
Bluetooth connection, Lightning connector, Battery life 7 hours, Pixelpoint technology
Integrated Clip
What customers say about "Features"
Adonit Pixel Pro
  • Easy to charge and has a very long battery life. I use it mostly to draw on my iPad and it is very accurate and has nearly no lag which makes it perfect for that.
  • The charge lasts long enough and it charges up pretty fast.
  • This stylus is amazing. Perfect weight, sturdy, string battery life and perfect touch.
  • Easy to charge and has a very long battery life. I use it to draw on my iPad and it is very accurate and has nearly no lag which makes it perfect for that.
  • The stylus itself is excellent in terms of design and features, however with ineffective/zero palm rejection this just becomes expensive junk.
Apple Pencil for iPad Pro (MK0C2ZM/A)
  • It works very well for drawing and selecting objects in the design apps such as Concepts or AutoCad 360. It does not have any lag and draws smoothly.
  • The battery lasts for a very long time and charges in a matter of minutes by plugging into the iPad lighting port. It also comes with an adapter to connect to a charging cable.
  • The battery life is good, but having to charge it at all is a little odd to me. But the battery lasts for a long time and it pleases me.
  • The Apple pencil does not work when swiping from right to left from off the screen to open split screen.
  • Battery life is appalling short. Frequently loses Bluetooth connection. Over priced in relation to its performance.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
Other Information
84.99 $
99.00 $

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