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Useful app for taking note supernote

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28th February 2012, 07:36 AM   |  #1  
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Found this app .....

the asus supernote v1.4

good for taking note.... very useful app for me just want to share



http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1456959
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28th February 2012, 06:03 PM   |  #2  
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Found this app .....

the asus supernote v1.4

good for taking note.... very useful app for me just want to share



http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1456959

This is awsome now if we could only get the maxtylus mxts100 stylus to work on the tab it would be just perfecr. A captive stylus does not do it any justice.

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29th February 2012, 03:24 AM   |  #3  
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Try the Adonit Jot. Works pretty dang well on my TF101 w/Supernote!
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Try the Adonit Jot. Works pretty dang well on my TF101 w/Supernote!

Doesnt look good with that suction cup like thing on it.

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Doesnt look good with that suction cup like thing on it.

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I'll grant you that but it's flat and it works. At least as well as can be hoped for for units sans a digitizer.
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Here is direct link for your convenience

http://www.everbot.com/files/Asus_Supernote_v_1.4.apk
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hey nice find !

how does this sums up to Galaxy Note's S-Pen accuracy ? is there any review out there that compares between the two ?

I've used Note and S-Pen before and They work wonder on Note's 5.3" inch screen. Imagine how much better and real note-taking experience on 7.7" larger screen
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The Galaxy Note actually has a Wacom digitizer built in. The S-Pen, as a result, is not using the capacitive layer of the screen at all, and no matter how well made, no capacitive screen is going to exceed the precision of a Wacom...

No matter how cleverly made the pen, the tracking precision of the capacitive screens themselves are the actual limit here - a much cheaper resistive screen is much better for taking notes or drawing, provided it has a high enough resolution...
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Awesome app. Works very well. Just downloaded it. Thanks

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