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TL;DR: Digital artists can snag the Digi Pen for iPads and tablets on sale for just $39.99 instead of the usual $99 as of May 26. That's a savings of 59%.

Screen time gets a bad rap, but it doesn't have to mean scrolling your life away on social media or zoning out during a binge session. In fact, with the right tools you can turn screen time into a creative endeavor. 

The Digi Pen for iPad and Tablets is an upgraded stylus that lets you write, sketch, or draw out your greatest ideas right there on your iPad or tablet. And you can currently score this handy tool for just $39.99 (reg. $199) during the Memorial Day sale. 

Fit in a little 'me time' with that screen time by changing the way you use your iPad or Tablet with the Digi Pen. It's equipped with a 1.2mm fine tip that lets you enjoy pixel precision, while also offering better durability and higher sensitivity. And the stylus pencil body is made of Aluminum alloy material so it's designed to be sleek and comfortable to use and won't feel too heavy in your hand. 

Get out your intimate thoughts or feelings or doodle away with no lagging, no skips, no scratches. Palm Rejection technology and a magnetic design provide a similar experience to writing on paper and there's no gloves needed. And titling the stylus at different angles allows you to draw strokes of different thicknesses and depths. 

There are three power indicator lights that keep you updated on your stylus' power status at any time. And magnetic adsorption ensures you don't lose it easily. It's also rechargeable with a one-hour charge that's built to last up to 20 hours. 

Light up the right side of your brain with the Digi Pen for iPad and Tablets, on sale now just in time for Memorial Day for $39.99 (reg. $99). 

Prices subject to change. 

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