Besides Nintendo Switch, the stylus is also compatible with smartphones.
Keep in mind the stylus doesn’t work with Nintendo 3DS or Wii U, as those systems use resistive touch screens.
This pen may be the most useful thing when Art Academy releases on Nintendo Switch!
Can you use a stylus on switch?
Due to the Nintendo Switch screen, you can’t use a solid plastic resistive stylus (like the one bundled with the Wii U or 3DS). Instead, you need a capacitive stylus.
What can you use as a stylus for Nintendo switch?
Nintendo Switch Stylus Pen, BoxWave [EverTouch Capacitive Stylus] Fiber Tip Capacitive Stylus Pen for Nintendo Switch – Jet Black
- General Active Stylus. $26.95.
- Mesh Stylus. $9.95.
- Tap-Disc Touch Stylus – Black. $14.95.
- Tap-Disc Touch Stylus – Blue. $14.95.
- Tap-Disc Touch Stylus – Gold.
- Tap-Disc Touch Stylus – Silver.
- mini Stylus.
Why doesn’t the switch have a stylus?
The console doesn’t necessarily need a stylus, thanks to the 6.2-inch capacitive display on the regular Switch and 5.5-inch display on the Switch Lite. All you have to do is stretch your thumbs or use your index finger to use the display. Rather, the stylus functions best in games requiring more precise movements.
Can you use a DS stylus on a phone?
Nintendo DS, The 3Ds, the Nook, and some other phones and e-readers use resistive or infrared touch screens, which only require pressure to register contact. You can use just about anything as a makeshift stylus–just be careful not to scratch the screen.
Does the switch have a stylus?
Nearly three years after the Switch’s launch, Nintendo is finally selling an official stylus for the console. The stylus is compatible with games like Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch and Super Mario Maker 2, though it won’t work with the console when docked.
How do you make a stylus for a switch?
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