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[Q] Best stylus for writing?

31st August 2014, 02:05 AM |#31  
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I bought one of this for 12.99 and it is amazing. It works really well, the stylus seems a regular pen and the tip is fine which give you a great accuracy
 
 
2nd September 2014, 04:00 PM |#32  
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Cross Ballpoint C Pen: Samsung EJ-PG900CSEGWW

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2nd September 2014, 05:40 PM |#33  
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Originally Posted by narvel

I am also looking for a stylus for writing and drawing and I have taken a look at the Dagi and Adonit. While they both seem to work very well my fear for buying either is the multiple reviews from many different sites about them scratching the screen... I thought about getting a Zagg screen protector but then there are reviews stating that they do not work well with those and I don't want to risk reducing the screen quality using one.

Are these reviews unfounded or does anyone have any other suggestions?

Thank you,

Grev


Did you end up buying one? I have the same needs/concerns as you.
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3rd September 2014, 12:30 AM |#34  
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Originally Posted by kuromusha38

No Wacom = crap, no matter what stylus you use.

I guess you mean that the Galaxy Tab S doesn't have a Wacom digitizer like the Galaxy Note line seems to? So the precision stylus that Wacom makes aren't compatible[/URL]? I was hoping maybe Samsung included such a feature in the Tab S but I see nothing indicating such, sadly. I think I looked at the Note 8.0, but the allure of 2560x1600 blew most of the alternatives out of the water.
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