While the Adonit Note+, Zagg Pro and the Adonit Pixel are similar… they have their benefits and disadvantages when it comes to pressure sensitivity because..
What Stylus Pen do Artists use to Draw on iPad? The most common pen you will see a professional digital artists use to draw on the iPad is the Apple Pencil. This is because the Apple Pencil is designed to work more effectively than other stylus with the iPad screen and has pressure sensitivity levels that match that of professional, studio-level drawing.
When tested, the Apple Pencil 2, Surface Pen, and surface slim pens had similar pressure sensitivity and are very similar regarding drawing and note taking capability (with some slight pros and cons). Which you choose will largely be based on which iOS you prefer and which apps you plan on using the stylus pen for.
When comparing the differences between the Apple Pencil vs basic stylus pens, it’s important to understand that Apple Pencil has improved upon all the following features: pressure sensitivity, precision, compatibility, features, shortcut buttons (gestures), tilt control, palms rejection and different ways to charge the battery. Other stylus are objectively inferior regarding these features because Apple has designed it’s products to work seamlessly together with the iPad tablets.
There are a few, very clear differences between the Apple Pencil 2 and the Apple Pencil 2. When comparing the Apple Pencil 2 vs 1, you’ll find these differences do not consist of pressure sensitivity or functionality, but rather design and comfort.
To answer to question if the Apple Pencil 2 is worth it or not: Yes, the apple pencil 2 is worth it if you plan on doing any sort of drawing, sketching- especially compared to cheap third party apple pencil alternatives that lack many functions they claim to accomplish such as pressure sensitivity and full gesture capabilities.