l wouldn't be to sure about acuracy It's really a skill to work with this stylus , you can train that. Owned a Galaxy Note Tab 10.1 Edition 2014. For handwriting in the beginning the better choice , but I think you would get nearly the same quality with an Direct Stylus optimized writing / office app.
l mean sometimes I'm wishing it wouldn't be so accurate , so you wouldn't notice my bad handwriting.
Just played around with an drawing App (Art Flow). You maybe can see that you can have very detailed structures and lines.
That's only achieved by turning the stylus while drawing. No extra pressure needed.
But you really have to try this. Maybe you have an friend whitch can lent you the Shield Tablet for a try or go to a store and test this.
The main thing to improve is the palm recognition. But it also seems to depend on the implementation in the App.
Really like the stylus more and more, even for writing.
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