The newly announced Samsung Staedtler Noris Stylus is simply awesome and anyone looking at it for the first time would easily mistake as being some lovely led pencil. The state-of-the-art tool has all the reasons to challenge Apple’s similar product, Apple Pencil.

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The stylish stylus comes from the same tech-leader Samsung, who earned a bad name for them over exploding smartphones the company launched as Galaxy Note 7 just months back. In an attempt to, perhaps, make the users stop looking back into the dark corridor of time; it seems to have decided to bring something new, something stylish and something plumbing the newest depths of product wickedness.

In Barcelona (Spain), a slew of masterpieces of modern technology was evident and among those throes of 2017 devices and mobile ecstasy; one particular Samsung product managed to steal the show quite effortlessly. And that was the newly announced the pretty unusual rather cruel Digital Stylus, dubbed as Noris.

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Although another big announcement rather a pre-announcement by Samsung about Galaxy S8 could have crash the Mobile World Congress party alone but the Noris Digital declaration garnered more attention than the rest.

Creators of the S-Pen stylus are none other than Staedtler, the globally renowned stationery vendors and that’s why, perhaps; that the stylus depicts the vendor’s iconic (led) pencil more.

As per company, an optional accessory for its Galaxy Tabs, the Staedtler Noris Stylus Digital will be available to all interested for purchasing it even separately. The price of the product in hand, however, remains a secret yet as the company did not share any information on that.

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