Portland, OR (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
Nomad Brush, the industry leader and creator of the original paintbrush stylus for touch-screen tablets, today premieres the latest in its award-winning Nomad digital brush line with the Nomad Mini 2, a compact, ultra-portable (retract and go) design with dual tips for creating masterful digital art and every-day navigation on your touchscreen device.
The Nomad Mini 2 features dual tips with a smooth retracting mechanism to protect the brush tip. One tip features a flexible, soft brush, which provides superior feedback, while the other end features a 5.5 mm replaceable rubber tip for fine-line work and easy navigation. The body of the Nomad Mini 2 is made of precision-milled metals, and comes in black and chrome. The Nomad Mini 2 is available today for $35.00 at http://www.nomadbrush.com.
“The Nomad Mini 2 is the product of listening to our customers’ needs and our goal to provide the very best all-around stylus for touchscreen devices,” said Don Lee, Nomad Brush inventor and Chief Executive Officer. “We designed the Nomad Mini 2 to feel great in the hand, like its award-winning predecessors, but also made it more compact and easier to carry by making the brush tip fully retractable. The small, replaceable rubber nib tip is great tool for general navigation or fine line work. This unique design is the first of its kind on the market.”
Nomad Brush brings the natural texture and precision of using a paintbrush to any digital drawing app on the iPad, iPhone, Android, Surface and all capacitive touchscreen devices. Nomad Brush offers a list of recommended drawing apps here.
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About Nomad Brush
Founded in 2011 and based in Portland, Ore., Nomad Brush invented the first paintbrush stylus for digital screens. The company is dedicated to inspiring and facilitating artists to create in their daily lives, wherever they are, with brushes for both large and small touch-screen devices, such as the iPad and iPhone. Nomad Brush is active in the art community by hosting, sponsoring and facilitating digital painting and design competitions and workshops. More information on Nomad Brush is online at http://www.NomadBrush.com, on Twitter @nomadbrush or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/nomadbrush.