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Stylus Phablet Netiquette Rules

It is proper Netiquette to use a stylus. Don't use your fingers.


A stylus is used to tap touch screens. It’s sort of like a pen, but smaller. For users with ‘fat fingers’ it helps them touch the right part of the screen. The term ‘fat fingers’ means users who press hard, often touching the wrong part of the screen by mistake. A stylus can make a touch screen feel like a real notebook. They are excellent for efficiency.

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Using a stylus helps users navigate screens faster by tapping instead of touching and cuts down on errors. However they are easily misplaced or lost. It pays to have a spare. Therefore, it’s good netiquette use a stylus for Phablets because they increase speed and efficiency. Since they are so valuable it’s good netiquette to keep track of your stylus and have a spare.


Put your stylus away when finished because it is small and easy to lose.

Audio Visual Video

Published on May 16, 2015 | 0:22 Seconds | Science and Technology

An introduction to Phablet Netiquette. Keywords, graphics, and symbols.


David Chiles

Phablet Guidelines

Published on April 16, 2013 | 1:25 Minutes | Science and Technology

David Chiles and Nancy Netiquette share the definition of a Phablet and the rules of Phablet Netiquette. This video answers the question, What is a phablet?


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