How to make a free capacitive stylus for your Windows Mobile phone

Here is the video from pocketnow.com that show you how to create a free capacitive touch screen stylus (for HTC HD2 or another mobile device) out of a common piece of antistatic film. As many people know capacitive touch screens use an electrical impulse created by the operator’s body to register a touch point on the screen. The only problem with this is that if you are wearing gloves or need to make a precise touch point, capacitive screens do not work well. Most likely many if not all of our tech-savvy readers have a piece of antistatic film lying around. Simply cut the film to the desired length, roll it up, and (if you want) attach a piece of tape to hold it in place.

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