The tStylus by Chinese startup Tagtal is looking to make transferring data and files from one device to another as easy as touching the two devices one after the other.
The tStylus works like a physical version of the ‘selection’ tool in Photoshop. To copy data from one device, all the user needs to do is to pick up the data by touching the device with the tStylus and then dropping the data into the other device by moving the tStylus to that other device. The creators liken it to a chemistry dropper.
The devices don’t even need to be paired together in order for the data transfer to work. As long as both devices have the special software installed, picking up and dropping data across screens is quick and easy.
The stylus is powered by a software called OSP or On-Screen Port and it’s open for developers to customize and use for other potential applications.
The creators of the tStylus are currently seeking funds on Indiegogo. Early birds have a chance to order a tStylus for only $29. If they go into production, Tagtal will sell the stylus for $80.
Watch the video demo of the product below.