We put all of these styli to the test on the Nintendo Switch, from controlling an army of Pokémon in Pokémon Quest to micromanaging people in Fallout Shelter. They even function with a glass screen protector, which is what I have on my Switch. The best time to buy a stylus (and other Nintendo Switch accessories) will probably be on Amazon Prime Day, so keep an eye on our coverage. Here are the best styli available for Nintendo Switch:
Since its release, Nintendo’s Switch gaming console has been a huge success. Nearly 85 million units were sold by the end of last year, and over 4,000 games are currently available. And with that many games comes a lot of tapping on the screen. The best way to protect the screen is to use a stylus that minimizes skin contact with the delicate display.
A stylus will not work in all games, but it will keep your screen clean. As an added bonus, some stylus packs include extra accessories such as thumb caps. If you’re looking for a Nintendo Switch stylus that gets the job done, look no further than the Mcbazel Dobe Stylus Pen for Nintendo Switch, which is sleek and easy to use.
Here is the list of Best Nintendo Switch Stylus
BoxWave AccuPoint Active Stylus
Easily one of the best Nintendo Switch Stylus available on the market, The BoxWave AccuPoint Active Stylus is an electronic pen with a fine tip that will function even with the lightest touch. Aside from that, it’s pen-shaped and large enough to feel natural in my hands. You must, however, charge it. A micro USB port is hidden beneath the opposite tip.
According to BoxWave, the stylus can be charged for up to 12 hours of active use. Don’t worry; the round tip on the opposite side is not electronic and can be used if the battery runs out. However, slightly more pressure on the screen is required to register that side of the stylus.
MEKO Universal Stylus
The MEKO Universal Stylus includes two styli as well as a variety of replaceable tips, including two fiber mesh tips and four disc tips. The stylus is of reasonable size and has a comfortable rubber grip, but it is located on the side where the disc tip is, which is a little inconvenient. We don’t like the disc tip because the first connection with the Switch can be hit or miss if used at an angle. However, once it’s made contact, it glides across the screen as smooth as a brush.
However, replacing the tips can be inconvenient because we accidentally pulled the rubber bit out of the pen instead of the metal piece to which it was attached. The opposite side’s fiber mesh tip is more accurate and responsive, allowing me to click through a flurry of attacks in Pokémon Quest.
However, we did have some trouble clicking on things in the overworld because the stylus would occasionally drag the map instead of clicking on my expedition team, for example. Currently, this is one of the best Nintendo Switch Stylus that you can buy right now.
Super Mario Maker 2 official stylus
The official Super Mario Maker stylus is hard to beat when it comes to finding a stylus specifically for a video game. The Super Mario Maker 2 stylus appears to be available only as a pre-order bonus in European and Japanese territories, with no way for North American players to purchase it.
Fortunately, comparable styluses are widely available. Using your fingers to select and drag building elements will quickly result in a grimy, fingerprint-covered Switch screen. Furthermore, tapping specific sections with your fingers isn’t always the most precise method. This good stylus will help you keep your screen clean and make more accurate selections. Thus, this product is one of the best Nintendo Switch Stylus available right now.
AmazonBasics Capacitive Stylus Pen
The eight-dollar AmazonBasics Capacitive stylus, by far the most popular on this list, should be just what players need to get the most out of Super Mario Maker. The Amazon stylus looks like a pen and should be just as easy to lose, thanks to its aluminum construction and three different sized coated stylus tips. The pocket clip should keep it in place; if not, it’s also available in a four-pack. Still, it is one of the best Nintendo Switch Stylus that you can consider.
EVACH Digital Stylus
Easily one of the best Nintendo Switch Stylus available on the market, the EVACH Digital Pencil with 1.5mm Ultra Fine Tip for Nintendo Switch Pen Black smart Pen for Nintendo Switch Fine Point 1.5mm The Nintendo Switch Stylus Pen allows you to draw, write, and navigate with pinpoint accuracy while also providing comfortable pen-like control when playing games on the Nintendo Switch.
Body made of anodized aluminum Nintendo Switch Stylus Pen Provides durability and a fashionable appearance Pocket Clip keeps the Nintendo Switch drawing stylus pen within reach for easy portability. The Nintendo Switch Soft Tip Pen allows you to interact with your device’s touch screen without leaving scratches or smudges.
Here are a few of the best Nintendo Switch Stylus. Stylus for the Nintendo Switch aren’t exactly a common accessory for the hybrid gaming system. Users may be tempted to use their fingers to navigate the Nintendo Switch’s touchscreen, as they would any other smartphone touchscreen laptop and tablet. A stylus, on the other hand, is absolutely necessary for precision. Not only will it help with general level building and item placement, but it should also make playing the game easier in general, especially since Super Mario Maker 2 cannot be played in handheld mode with the Joy-Con controllers.