Product Comparison: Apple Pencil vs Adonit Note UVC


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General Specifications
Brand
Apple
Adonit
Model
Pencil
Note UVC
Origin
China
China
About the Product
Apple Pencil sets the standard for how drawing, note‑taking, and marking up documents should feel — intuitive, precise, and magical.
Adonit Note-UVC’s intimate design includes a built-in G sensor power-off mechanism. When the UVC function is turned on and it detects a flip-up, it will immediately stop irradiation to avoid accidental eye damage.
Key Specs
Compatibility
Capacitive Screens
Capacitive Screens
Tip Material
Plastic
Plastic
Tip Shape
Pointed
Pointed
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Apple Pencil Stylus Pen
  • It is quick to react and lovely to hold.
  • It is fairly responsive, so if that's all you're looking for then this will fit the bill.
  • Very natural response and palm rejection works well.
  • Very responsive. A delight to use.
  • I have used on a tablet and is very responsive.
Adonit Note UVC Fine Tip Black
  • Works well enough, the drawing app does most of the heavy lifting.
  • Palm Rejection works very well. Amazing nib quality.
  • This thing is great! It’s as responsive as the Pencil at a fraction of the cost.
  • This is a decent pen for its price. The response is great.
  • Palm Rejection is great, battery life is great, responsiveness is also great.
Size & Weight
Height
6.92 in.
6.02 in.
Width
0.35 in.
0.36 in.
Depth
0.35 in.
0.36 in.
Weight
0.73 oz
0.49 oz
Features
Color
White
Black
Body Material
Metal
Aluminum
Tip Cover
No
No
Extras
Pairing and charging via Lightning, Pixel-perfect precision, Tilt and pressure sensitivity, Imperceptible lag
Palm rejection technology, Fine-tip stylus, Germicidal Light, Ergonomic design
Integrated Clip
No
No
What customers say about "Features"
Apple Pencil Stylus Pen
  • Using it with the 2018 iPad 9.7 inch, it does work beautifully.
  • Great addition to the iPad for fine precision artwork and illustration.
  • Pretty low battery life and fiddly to charge.
  • This works well on the new iPad Air. Perfect for me!
  • Not the most comfortable pen to write with as it's quite slippery.
Adonit Note UVC Fine Tip Black
  • The Note looks great, feels great in the hand.
  • It works seamlessly with my iPad Pro.
  • One main feature I was looking for was the palm rejection.
  • This one works perfect, no need to pair it and super fast on/off operation.
  • Extremely easy to use pen that was worth its price.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
Certifications
CE
CE
Other Information
Manufacturer
MSRP
99.00 $
69.99 $


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