While there will always be a place for traditional pens, this new generation of writing instruments captures the zeitgeist of touchscreen technology. The dual functionality of a stylus pen will ensure it is used time and again.
(PRWEB UK) 11 October 2013
Europe’s leading promotional pen trade supplier, The Pen Warehouse, is going back to the future with an extensive new range of stylus writing instruments which give a modern twist to the traditional pen.
Increasing in popularity with the rise of touch screen technology, stylus pens offer the smooth writing features of a classic pen, but add a contemporary addition with a useful capacitive stylus. The styli are compatible with both capacitive and resistive touch screen phones and tablets and help to reduce unsightly screen smudges.
The best-selling Contour Ballpen range now includes the Contour-i family. Maintaining the curvy aesthetics of the original Contour Ballpen, the Contour-i Ballpens offer dual functionality thanks to the addition of a stylus .
The Contour-i Extra features a glossy white barrel which holds a hidden twist action mechanism in the centre to neatly retract and extend the nib of the pen, while a translucent body accented with a chrome clip and tip ensures that the Contour-i Frost Ballpen stands out from the promotional crowd. The Contour-i Argent is distinguishable by its metallised silver barrel and the Contour Touch is a retractable ballpen which can be used as a stylus when the refill is retracted.
An executive pen at a competitive price, the Contour-i Metal Ballpen will appeal to any professional client thanks to its sophisticated looks and can be engraved to enhance its executive appeal. Another premium alternative, the Cheviot Touch is a neat slimline pen which can be presented in a black suede pouch.
For innovative practicality, the Digi-i and Handy-i ballpens incorporate a connection to attach the pen to a smart phone’s headphone socket and a standard string to fit onto a keyring, while the Key Touch is a creative keyring which offers both a ballpen and a capacitive stylus.
Rob Hayes, Marketing Director at The Pen Warehouse, says: “While there will always be a place for traditional pens, this new generation of writing instruments captures the zeitgeist of touchscreen technology. The dual functionality of a stylus pen will ensure it is used time and again offering a wealth of valuable brand reminders.”
For more information on the stylus pen range from The Pen Warehouse visit http://www.pens.co.uk or call 01252 400270.