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15th April 2014, 03:01 PM   |  #1  
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I was wondering if there was anyway to use our tablet as a traditional tablet for using with a drawing app on PC as you would a traditional Wacom or Cintiq tablet?
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I was wondering if there was anyway to use our tablet as a traditional tablet for using with a drawing app on PC as you would a traditional Wacom or Cintiq tablet?

Maybe can just use Teamviewer then open paint and start drawing?
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Maybe can just use Teamviewer then open paint and start drawing?

The lag would be annoying but its better than nothing I guess.
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The lag would be annoying but its better than nothing I guess.

Maybe you can try this app VirtualTablet Lite (S-Pen). It works ok but u cannot see on tablet screen what are you doing, only on pc witch was a bit hard for me, so i used Splashtop Remote Desktop
for drawing.
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Maybe you can try this app VirtualTablet Lite (S-Pen). It works ok but u cannot see on tablet screen what are you doing, only on pc witch was a bit hard for me, so i used Splashtop Remote Desktop
for drawing.

Thanks. I'm happy using CloverPaint as a standalone drawing package especially with the constant addition of new features that are making it comparable to a full windows drawing package. I just like exploring additional options so that I can make sure I'm getting the most of my tech. People pay 100s for a wacom tablet so having one I can use already included in this tablet is a great positive. I'll try out virtualtablet.
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Maybe you can try this app VirtualTablet Lite (S-Pen). It works ok but u cannot see on tablet screen what are you doing, only on pc witch was a bit hard for me, so i used Splashtop Remote Desktop
for drawing.

Thanks. I'm happy using CloverPaint as a standalone drawing package especially with the constant addition of new features that are making it comparable to a full windows drawing package. I just like exploring additional options so that I can make sure I'm getting the most of my tech. People pay 100s for a wacom tablet so having one I can use already included in this tablet is a great positive. I'll try out virtualtablet.
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