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Peripherals manufacturer Logitech has released the Logitech Crayon, a pixel-precise digital pencil for the 9.7-inch iPad.

A statement from the company said the Crayon included Apple Pencil technology that would deliver a comfortable handwriting experience, making it easy to take notes, mark or highlight text and draw. However, it is not pressure sensitive.

“First introduced to students as a versatile tool for learning, we are thrilled to make Logitech Crayon, our first digital pencil, more widely available so even more creators, dreamers, and learners can express themselves and communicate new ideas using the new 9.7-inch iPad,” said Michele Hermann, vice-president of mobility at Logitech.

“Logitech Crayon works seamlessly with iPad and the most popular creativity and productivity apps from the App Store so whether you are learning to write a new language, jotting down notes, marking up a screenshot or PDF, or visualising an idea, Crayon is the perfect tool for the task.”

The Crayon pairs with the iPad as soon as it is switched on and has a battery that lasts for about seven hours writing time on a full charge.

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The Logitech Crayon can be bought from Logitech.com, Apple.com, Apple retail stores, and selected major retailers for an RRP of $109.95.

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