This also means that it's possible to build a cartridge that doesn't need antiskating at all. An asymmetric suspension, having different elasticity for when the stylus moves left and for when it moves right is enough.
Ortofon did just that. The cartridge was called S-120
because it could accurately track a 120 micron groove deflection on the LP. A typical good cartridge tracks 80 micron, and not a lot more. Unfortunately, S-120 was a DJ cartridge with a crude bonded conical stylus, and it didn't sound special at all. No wonder Ortofon discontinued it.