It's always the same, I go to a meeting, put my iPad down on the table and I see the client thinking... ok, he's using an iPad to take notes, that makes sense, he's an App designer. Then I whip out my big fat stylus and start sketching the ideas we discussed... their jaw drop.
I can't decide whether it's a good or bad thing, but invariably before the meeting finishes I would have played my part at being Studio Neat's sales man.
Truth be told, I can do good sketches with just about any stylus, all architects can. The trick is to go through 7 years of architectural training and then download wacom's bamboo paper app.
But the cosmonaut is just darn cool. It works and I when I am sketching with it, I don't feel like a the "PC" character in Apple's famous "Mac vs PC" campaign. The problem is, I've lost it.