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Q: replacement pens for drawing tablet

does anyone know what's the best site to get replacement pens for a UC-Logic WP8060 tablet? I began noticing a crack in a pen I'm currently using.

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Preferred Solution: replacement pens for drawing tablet

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Hi Lenovo community, I just got a drawing tablet. It's a HUION Kamvas (like a Wacom Cintiq). It connects via USB for tablet functionality (perhaps the Kamvas output) and HDMI cable for the graphics screen function to turn on. I can't get the tablet to project the Yoga laptop screen or get a dual screen. In the settings under "display", I couldn't get the tablet to connect via Bluetooth, or in any other discoverable way. I can't fix this through the HUION driver settings or reinstalling it. I've called LENOVO customer support and they said in order for my tablet to work, it needs to be an external monitor. I think the tablet is an external monitor through an HDMI connection. The tablet buttons and pen work alright because of the USB connection, but I bought this for the 'drawing on the tablet screen experience". The pen that I have for the Yoga is alright for quick sketches and notes, but I need the buttons and HUION drawing functionality. All I need to know is if there is a way to get the HDMI to project onto my tablet. Any advice would be helpful since I've out exercised my creative tech support juices! If it's all for not, then oh well, I'll just try another tablet. Thanks!

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Hello Guys,

I'm really conflicted here. and I can't seem to find any answers anywhere....

I don't know whether I should buy an official drawing tablet...or if I should buy this one Android tablet that I've wanted for a long time and just draw on that.

I'm thinking about the Samsung Galaxy Note . And it has some good drawing apps on it and the S pen would be nice... I just wanted to know if anyone else had experience with doing this, and if so, how do you like it?

Of course, I wouldn't use the Samsung tablet just for drawing...but I don't know if I'm willing to buy an actual drawing tablet...I don't know if I'm dedicated enough.

I heard that XP-Pen Deco Pro Drawing Tablet supports connection with Android 6.0 and above devices . Does anybody have experience with it .

https://www.xp-pen.com/product/432.html

Just...what do you think?
 

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Hey,

Anyone used one of these before?
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/t..._2/102-0143176-7388138?v=glance&s=electronics

I hear their great, and id like to get one for illustration and logos.

Anyone here have expirience with them?

Stevo
 

A:Wacom Drawing Tablet

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I am looking for a program, preferably freeware, that is similar to Painter Classic. I used to use that program, but flaws in the program have rendered it unusable. Support for pressure sensitivity and the 'eraser' on the stylus would be ideal.

Alex
 

A:Best software for drawing using tablet?

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Ok, I'll try to keep this fairly short and understandable...

So I got a new computer thrown together, and upgrade from my last one, and everything has been working fairly well. Ran into a few problems here and there, as there can be with computers built from scratch, but there is this one thing that isn't making any sense to me.

I've been busy re-installing all of the programs that I like to use, like Photoshop CS2, and I am trying to install my Hanvon 5*6 drawing tablet.

Now, I thought everything would be fine and dandy, seeing as all my other USB ports were working just fine, considering that I was able to transfer files from a flash drive and portable hard drive, but when I plugged in my tablet, an annoying bubble keeps popping up over and over and over again saying that the "USB Device is not Recognized" and all this nonsense about the device has malfunctioned.

I know well that my tablet is working just fine, because I plugged it into my brother's computer and it found the tablet like it should and installed it and worked just fine after installing the drivers.... So, why should my computer not recognize the tablet ether?

In short, my computer refuses to recognize my tablet, but it can use other things, like portable hard drives, flash drives, and my keyboard, just fine without complaining, (Note that my tablet fine works on other computers) and I have the tablet drivers installed and everything.

Anyone have a solution to this problem... Read more

A:Computer not recognizing Drawing Tablet

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Alright, so i have this drawing tablet and i dont know what happened but when i plug the coard into the side of the tablet, it doesnt work. I've had the tablet for about a year and i dont know what to do, it looks something inside the tablet but i dont have the technological knowledge to know what im doing with out making things worse. Anyone know how to fix this?
 

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So im kinda in drawing but with mouse its hard . I would liek to use tablet . My tablet is Lenovo B8080 -H.
I would like to controll my pc so if i touch tablets screen it will do as clicking on mouse .
Teamviewer doesnt work because if you slide it moves the screen not draws. Vnc too same thing .
I cant find any software that does something like that . If you have anything to help me pleas post.
My pc is win7 and my tablets android version is 4.4.2.
 

A:Using android tablet as drawing tool .

You can't use an Android table as an input device.
You need to search for a graphics tablet.
Something like this
 

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Hello everybody, first of all i'm new in this forum and this is my first post and my english is not the best

I recently installed Vista ultimate x64 (previously i used xp sp2 ) because i upgraded to 4gb of ram and xp doesn't recognize more than 3gb of ram.

I'm a digital artist and i heavily use graphic tablet ( Genius MousePen 8x6 ) for drawing in Photoshop CS3. I found x64 drivers for the tablet and i installed them and everything appeared to be ok.

But when i draw for example a simple line, there is a delay to appear the line on screen. I mean delay in miliseconds, but is very annoying and it makes difficult to draw.

In XP this was not happens, the line appeared in real time.

I noticed when i plug the tablet that there is an annoying window called "Tablet PC Input Panel", this could be the problem ? If yes how do i disable it ?

Or perhaps a hardware problem ? my cpu is Core 2 Quad q6600.

Thanx in advance!

A:Problem when drawing with graphic tablet...

Hi neboor!

This is a tough one indeed. However I'd like to present to you the tech support number for the makers of this product. Hopefully they can give you a solution and you can post it here!

Business Hours:
Mon-Fri 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.EST
1-800-756-4115
website is GeniusEshop.com

Raj

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Hello there

I've recently ran into a really annoying and to me, worrying, situation in which plugging in my drawing tablet to the front USB sockets manages to freeze my PC. Right as I plug it in there's just no response whatsoever. I haven't had that issue before with the same tablet and as far as I know there weren't any driver updates to it (pretty sure I'd have to do that manually anyways). My PC specs are posted below, the tablet is a Huion H420. I thought the issue was with one specific USB port, as they have in the past sometimes (quite randomly I've felt) gotten "overloaded" or something like that, but trying others I just got the same issue and the crashes require hard resets, which I believe I've seen aren't good for the hardware's health, so I'd really like to resolve the issue. I'll gladly provide any info that's needed.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core Processor, AMD64 Family 21 Model 2 Stepping 0
Processor Count: 6
RAM: 8092 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960, -2048 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 931 GB (413 GB Free);
Motherboard: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC., M5A97 R2.0
Antivirus: Avast Antivirus, Enabled and Updated
 

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I have a fifteen inch XP-Pen Artist 15.6 ( I buy it from https://www.amazon.co.uk/Artist15-6-1920x1080-Graphics-Drawing-Battery-free/dp/B0785682VP ). I want to use it for drawing (love to draw people, nature, animals and sometimes abstract), graphic design and editing photos. I do want to have accuracy. I've read that small would be good because it all depends on the screen size in comparison to the actual tablet, but I've also read that you can get more accuracy with a slightly larger tablet. such as XP-Pen Artist22E ( https://www.amazon.co.uk/Artist22E-Graphic-Interactive-Shortcut-Adjustable/dp/B01M28DHOA )I don't mind moving my hand a bit for accuracy. I've called best buy and all they say I cannot test the tablet, but I can buy it and return it if its not to my liking.

I'd really like to test it out however to choose. I've used small tablets before and recall having to do some zooming in for nice detail on the 15 inch. I no longer have one and would like to find the best fit. I guess I could be leaning toward either whatever is truly the best fit for me. I want to create beautiful works of art and to eventually do it professionally.

Let me know what you think is the best solution in this case. Thank you so much!
 

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HELP! I have a really old tablet and a really new computer, and they aren't playing well together. I have a Windows 10 HP desktop computer and a Wacom GD-0912-R tablet with a Serial D9 to USB adapter I bought from Amazon. Everything seemed to be plugging in alright and the little light on the top of the tablet is on, but it won't work. It responds to the pen touching it, but nothing happens onscreen. The newest driver I can find is for Windows 7. Is there a trick to get it to work? PLEASE HELP!
 

A:Help! Windows 10 trouble with a reeeally old drawing tablet!

I think your out of luck on this one. That device was brought to market in 1998 (18yrs ago). There are no drivers for windows 10 and this device. The device is nolonger supported, which means no one will be creating a new device driver. Sorry time to recycle.
 

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My friend went hunting in the vast savana of my emachines em350 he removed a lot of viruses and my tablet connected once more. But now it doesn't seem to connect anymore. Help please:(
(it's running windows 7 starter)

A:Drawing Tablet wont connect, Is this my drivers or a virus?

It connects via usb and the ports are perfectly fine.

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I have literally tried every single thing I can think of. I've had two computer technicians try different things, I've contacted Monoprice support, and nothing is working.


I recently (within the last week) bought a Monoprice MP1060-HA60 (PID 6814) graphics drawing tablet. The pressure sensitivity works but after an undetermined amount of time (can be anywhere from a few seconds to 10 minutes) the tablet stops controlling the mouse. The light on the tablet still lights up when the pen makes contact. I'm wondering if anyone else in the community has had this issue and found something that works?

I've tried the following:
- Installing the drivers from the CD. Uninstalled and reinstalled several times.
- Installing the drivers from the website. Uninstalled and reinstalled several times. There are two versions.

- Installing the Legacy drivers from the UC-Logic website (this worked for a few seconds before causing the tablet to freeze.) Uninstalled and reinstalled several times.
- Installing Photoshop CC 32-bit (since I run a 64-bit system.) Nope.
- Installed an older version of Photoshop (CS6). Works for a few minutes before stopping.

- Tried running Photoshop 64-bit and 32-bit both in compatibility mode with the tablet. Nope.
- Tried messing with all of the settings, nope.
- If I go into Brush Preferences > Shape Dynamics, there is an exclamation mark by the "pressure sensitivity" setting saying that Photoshop needs a pressure-sensitive tab... Read more

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Hi there,

I'm not sure if this is a hardware problem or not.
A friend of mine just got a new drawing tablet to replace her old one and she's having a problem now where if she opens a program to work with the tablet, for example Photoshop, the laptop will register the tablet as a mouse. Also Photoshop will sometimes crash on initializing. She has tried other art programs and the tablet is still acting as a mouse in those, so the Photoshop crash issue might not be related.

Sometimes the laptop will recognize the tablet properly, sometimes it won't. She tried reinstalling the tablet's drivers and it worked for a day or two and then started acting funny again. Even after a reboot or two.

Here's all the information I have:

She's using the tablet in the same usb port as the old one, she believes.
The new tablet is a Intuos 2 graphics tablet.
The old tablet I believe was also a Wacom much like the new one. (she still has the old one btw)
She's using a bamboo create pen on the new tablet.
She hasn't tried cleaning her registry yet.
She hasn't tried using the tablet in a different usb port.
Her laptop is an Acer Aspire AS7741Z-4815
All USB ports are reporting to be up to date and functioning fine.
We're thinking it's either the new tablet itself or the usb port it's in. I'm thinking it's not a physical connection issue because the laptop doesn't display a new connection message when the tablet starts ... Read more

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<title>Stop Error 6/23/2014 ? Probable Cause Drawing Tablet</title>
<b>Operating System</b>
<p>Microsoft Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate OEM</p>
<b>Age of system</b>
<p>System Built December 2011</p>
<p>Operating reinstalled January 2013</P>
<b>Computer Hardware</b>
<a href="http://www.dhomolerdog.net/computerbuild/">My Computer Specifications</a><br>
Or view on <a href="http://pcpartpicker.com/b/rGBmP6">pcpartpicker.com</a>
<p><b>CPU:</b> AMD Phenom II X4 (MODEL: HDZ975FBGMBOX)</p>
<p><b>GPU:</b> Nvidia Geforce GTX 460 (MODEL: 01G-P3-1372-TR)</p>
<p><b>Motherboard:</b> BIOSTAR (MODEL: A870)</p>
<p><b>Power Supply:</b> CORSAIR (MODEL/SERIES/WATT: CMPSU-650TX/TX Series/650W)</p>
<p><b>Format:</b> Self Built Desktop</p>

A:[SOLVED] Stop Error 6/23/2014 Probable Cause Drawing Tablet

Another Stop Error, Repeated and documented

Documented here on youtube ((The Video is 59 minutes, the stop error occurs at 45m45s)): Stop Error Wacom Tablet - YouTube

Stop Error Dump See Attached

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I just this morning installed my drawing tablet on this computer and I got this error about 5 minutes into using it. That's the short story.

The long story, however, is that this is my 13th BSOD since I installed a new HD into this laptop and reinstalled the version of Win7 I had. The difference is that this BSOD is the first one I've got that's not a 7A error and that's actually created a dumpfile. It's something of a revelation for me, but it doesn't appear to be at all related to the BSODs I've been suffering to date. Basically, I don't think this means that my old BSODs will suddenly be making dumpfiles for me too. I am curious whether there might be something in the attached dumpfile zip that tells me more than just the basics of what caused this particular BSOD and might help explain my others. That's for someone who know what they're looking at to determine though. For now, it would be helpful to get a solution to this specific BSOD and then I can work on the BSODs that have been bothering me until now.

Here's a link to my original thread addressing all the BSODs I've suffered previously if that info is of interest to anyone and could perhaps help here...

Various 0x0000007A Stop Errors on Newly Installed Win7 and HD

A:Drawing Tablet Driver related 0x00000C9 BSOD Error

Well, you seem to be able to create dumps after all,


Code:
Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\PTSimBus.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for PTSimBus.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for PTSimBus.sys
Probably caused by : PTSimBus.sys ( PTSimBus+1c0c )
It's your tablet driver,

Driver Reference Table - PTSimBus.sys


Code:
Image path: \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\PTSimBus.sys
Image name: PTSimBus.sys
Timestamp: Wed Jun 17 19:20:48 2009 (4A39A480)
CheckSum: 00008268
ImageSize: 0000C000
Translations: 0000.04b0 0000.04e4 0409.04b0 0409.04e4
From 2009.


Code:
CUSTOMER_CRASH_COUNT: 1

DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: VERIFIER_ENABLED_VISTA_MINIDUMP

PROCESS_NAME: WTSrv.exe
So with this particular crash solved, for now just uninstall this and start working on your other thread.

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Quick question, I got a smooth running x60 tablet with original fan starting to make a noise. I ordered a new one on eBay but I got x200 fan instead. Looks the same to me . Will it be compatible ? I want to double check before I start taking it apart. Thank you .





T60p Frankenpad

A:X60 Tablet Fan Replacement

LENOVA K6 BLUETOOH PASSKEY ??FRES? NED?R

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My Lenovo X200 has been making some unusual noises and is slower than a snail, and I am worried that the drive is going to start crashing. The OS is Vista Business 32 Bit. Based on what I found online, the procedure goes something like this...

Remove screw on side
Use pull tab to remove disk
and to put it back-

Slide back in
Replace screw

This is suspiciously easy - wouldn't there be a cable involved somewhere? The hard drive in the videos appeared to have dots on it, so I think it is a metal bracket with circular dots - is it? I read that the maximum is 500GB because any higher than that is thicker - is that right? Finally, could an SSD be used without having to load any drivers to install vista from the set of 3 OEM discs? Even with a normal HDD, would I need drivers?

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Can i replace just the screen on this assemble that coveres the touchscreen?


























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I have bought a new battery for my Thinkpad x201 tablet and replaced the old one because it was not working properly. I bought one from eBay and it works fine holds the charge well, but the issue is that when I check the battery status while it's full it only gives me 88%, not 100% even though that it is fully charged, and I get Plugged in not charging. I searched online and I have found solutions about recalibrating the batteries after replacement, I followed the instructions and drained my battery and recharged it again but still no luck it's still indicated that the battery is full at the 80's range. These are the battery specificationsVoltage: DC 14.4VCapacity: 4400mAh / 58WhCondition: Brand New High Quality Replacement Product, works as Genuine parts, 100% OEM Compatible!!CBK Store Number: B-IBM-35-H Thanks

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Is it difficult to replace the screen latch on an X201 tablet?  I've worked on T series laptops replacing lcds and drives and the like.  Thanks for any info!











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A:X201 replacement latch on X201 tablet?

Welcome to the forum!
 
Well, it's not that difficult but you need to disassemble a lot of parts. This is fairly easy to do if you closely follow the instructions of Lenovo's Hardware Maintenance Manual, which you can download from here: click me!
 
Check chapter 8 -2040
 
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Good night, I have just purchased the Spectre x360. Could you suggest me the best digital pens for it?If I am living outside de USA, is there a delivery option for me?

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Lenovo carries 2 pens for the P1 Thinkpad. Does anybody have experince with either one? Thank you!

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Hi all, I'm curious: if the Yoga 900 is Bluetooth-enabled and Wacom's Intuos Creative Stylus 2 runs on Bluetooth, can they be used together? Has anyone tried this?

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I am what passes for IT dept.(mostly self-taught) for a small company. Our server is an older Netfinity with RAID5 array, running Windows 2000 Server. I know it's old but serves our needs fine. Backup regime (using NTbackup) has been as follows: daily (M-F) backups to hard drive plus second daily (M-F) to 4mm DAT, as well as separate weekly backups to external USB hard drive and to a NAS device. Currently backing up a little less than 3GB in each daily.

Lately the tape backups have been giving me a lot of grief: media not found, read failures on verify, bad blocks detected... Have replaced both drive and tapes - currently on second (used) drive and third (all new) set of tapes in the last 6 months. Was thinking of switching over to using USB pen drives in place of the tapes (I can get a good deal on a bunch of 8GB Kingston DataTraveler100's)

Just wondering, first of all, if anyone has experience/opinion with regard to this kind of backup, particularly as compared to tape backups.

Secondly, if I do go this route, I'm seeing that pen drives show up as removable storage, as compared to the 300GB IOGear external that shows up as a local drive. Should I be preparing the pens with RSM as I would with tapes, or treating it as a HD based backup?

Thanks in advance for any replies.
 

A:2K Server - Backup to USB pens?

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So, I'm trying to figure out which Wacom pens I can use with the 1st Gen Helix. The included one is exhausting to hold over longer note taking periods and doesn't come with an eraser (for now I configure the button to work as an eraser via the Wacom Feel driver). What I learned so far is that Wacom penabled pens like the Wacom PL-900 should work. What I'm particulary interested in is whether the different nibs make a difference in gliding resistance as well. The included pen is much softer than I'd like. There's also a compatibility list for the Bamboo Feel pens http://bamboostylus.wacom.com/compatibility/It doesn't explicitly mention the Helix but the Thinkpad Tablet 2. Which I believe is powered by the same technology. The Bamboo pens would be interesting since they're relatively cheap to get.  Did anyone try to replace the pen with something more serious? Which pens did work?And does changing the nibs make any difference? Thank you. 

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I'm curious

At first when they came out, I thought this IS the pointing deice but then realized that it meant keeping your arm up all the time and obviously wont work with flat panel monitors.

A:Do People still use light pens?

What's hilarious is you mentioned a primary reason why light pens never caught on for desktops (arm fatigue) yet we now have M$ pushing the equivalent (touch screen OS).

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Can anyone recommend a good tablet to use with image work that is not too expensive?

Thanks
 

A:Image tablets and pens

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I just called the American Support number for Lenovo products and the guy simply hung up on me, saying that I have to call the German support number, since I am located in Germany. This confuses me quite a bit, since I bought an international warranty for my product.Hanging up on a paying customer also seems quite a risky practice on Lenovo's side, especially considering that I am well within my 14- day return period. Am I missing something, i.e. is there any better way to do this? Thanks, Lucas

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I have a 2 year old CIT cobra case and have always had varying issues with portable HDD's and USB pens being recognised don't have any issues with the rear USB ports...one USB pen actually changed its contents partly to what was on it before I formatted it....

I am reluctant to accept that it may be a hardware fault, but beginning to think it must be.

I don't know if CIT cases are well made, or if this is unusual.

I am looking at replacing the case, possibly with a ZALMAN Z11 Plus Midi Tower Computer Case, particularly as it has room for 5 internal HDD's, which I need..

wonder if I have any other options and am I going the right route

thanks

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I need help finding a good touchscreen pen for my computer. Not sure if this is the right board, but I'm asking here anyways.

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Hi there, I was testing another pen from a different Yoga 260 on my machine. Suddenly pens stopped working. My trackpad settings were also defaulted, so I updated all my drivers and even the wacom drivers, but neither pen works on my machine. The pen works perfectly fine on the other machine so I don't think it's a battery issue on the pen

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hello. i have t470 with touchscreen T470 (Type 20JM, 20JN) Laptop (ThinkPad) - Type 20JMare there any pens compatible with this model's screen for writing, drawing? thanks  

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I recently ordered a Horizon 2, and should have it by next week. I am an artist, and would love to be able to paint (with Photoshop and other software) right on the touch screen with a stylus.  What types of stylus does the Horizon 2 support? Because it has a multi-touch screen, I am assuming that it is capacitive, and therefore any cheap capacitive stylus should work, correct?  But maybe I'm wrong... is it Wacom enabled with a digitizer, or some kind of hybrid, so that a digitizer-enabled stylus with pressure sensitivity and other features (eraser on the opposite end, extra button functionality, etc..) would work?  If the Horizon 2 is not Wacom digitizer enabled, would a Bluetooth enabled stylus (again, for pressure sensitivity and other features) work? I'm assuming some sort of drivers or other additional software would have to be installed to get a Bluetooth stylus to function, but is this at least an option? What would I need to do to get these advanced stylus features to work on the Horizon 2?  Thank you very much in advance for your help!  

A:Which stylus/pens are compatible with Horizon 2?

Apologies for digging up an old post, but just wondering how you got on and what you went for, and why?  

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Is the Yoga 720 15" Pen compatible? It seems like a better alternative to the 3X as pricy Surface Book 2, and it has a better resolution.

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[size=7] I am thinking of upgrading to Word 2003 if it will transcribe data uploaded from a digital pen into text. I know from the microsoft site that it will transcribe data from a tablet PC into text but I am not clear whether it will work for a digital pen.

A:Digital Pens And Word 2003

Hi wonderer, First of all to BC !! If you have a Logitech IO2 pen then

The io2 Software provides support for the following applications:

Microsoft? Outlook? 2000, and XP, 2003
Lotus? Notes 6.0 and above
Microsoft? OneNote 2003 Service Pack 1
Microsoft? Word 2000, XP, 2003
Vision Objects? MyScript? Notes for the Logitech io Pen

*Supported email applications: Microsoft? Outlook? Express 5.0 / 6.0, Microsoft? Outlook? 2000 / XP 2003, Microsoft? Hotmail?, Lotus? Notes? 6.0 and above, Eudora? Mail 5.0 and above, Netscape? Mail 6.2 and above, AOL 8.0 and above. In addition, a variety of software add-on products and services are available to enhance your digital writing experience.

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I recently bought a HP TouchSmart tm2 1010ea from a local computer fair. It came with Windows 7. It's a great little notebook and the touch screen works perfectly from what I can tell but it didn't come with the stylus. I'm a hobbiest illistraitor and having a proper pen would be great. I'm fine with not having an exact copy of the original if I can't but something with pressure sencativity would do nicely. Sorry for any misspellings I'm Dyslexic

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Hello, I have a HP ENVY x360 and I like it a lot. I need to get a stylus pen that is compatible with my device so as i could use it for drawing. is there any stylus pen released by HP that will deffinitely work with my device? if there is which one is it?

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Can anyone please post links (and model#) to all the Active Pens that work with this laptop? Also, is Lenovo Active Pen 2 available here in the USA? 

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I was given the above convertable laptop along with a HP active pen 408 purchased as a bundle from currys as a Christmas gift.  I took the pen back to currys as it wasn't connecting with the laptop and ordered another pen in it's place.  I've since found that this pen is not compatible with the laptop at all (not sure why currys are still selling these items together). Is there any active pens or even a stylus that are compatible with my laptop as this suposed functionality was part of the reason that this laptop was purchased.   Thanks

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I recently bought 2 x230t from an auction. but without the pens.I bought them to do art work. So now i need 2 pens. I'm just having a lot of trouble finding out wich lenovo pens (product serial numbers etc) will function with the x230t. would be lovely to know if the newer pens work with the x230t or is it only the 41u3143 pen?

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Hello Everone, two questions please.Does HP notbook x2-10-p000ne support stylus pens? another question please, i wanna know the maximum capacity of MicroSD card that can be used in the previous notebook?Thanks in advance.

A:Does HP notbook x2-10-p000ne support stylus pens?

Hi, Please check the following list and come back for more updates:    http://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05166879 For the microSD card slot, it is safe to use cards up to 64GB. Regards.

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