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[Q] Wacom Bamboo Feel Stylus - Compatible ?

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By gladson1976, Senior Member on 10th April 2014, 05:56 AM
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Has anyone used the Wacom Bamboo Feel stylus with the S4 Mini.
Does it work ? If so, how good is it.

I am currently using the basic Bamboo CS-100 stylus with a soft tip and it feels great. Am planning to upgrade to the Feel and want some info on whether it works on the S4 Mini 9192
 
 
10th April 2014, 04:29 PM |#2  
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Hi,

Has anyone used the Wacom Bamboo Feel stylus with the S4 Mini.
Does it work ? If so, how good is it.

I am currently using the basic Bamboo CS-100 stylus with a soft tip and it feels great. Am planning to upgrade to the Feel and want some info on whether it works on the S4 Mini 9192

I have not, but I do have a Jot Script (https://www.evernote.com/market/feature/stylus) and it works really well with SNote.
13th April 2014, 09:10 AM |#3  
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Hi,

Has anyone used the Wacom Bamboo Feel stylus with the S4 Mini.
Does it work ? If so, how good is it.

I am currently using the basic Bamboo CS-100 stylus with a soft tip and it feels great. Am planning to upgrade to the Feel and want some info on whether it works on the S4 Mini 9192

Doubt it will work. If it works, it would be like any capacitive compatible pen. No pressure senstive. This type of thing requries dedicated digitizer.

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I have not, but I do have a Jot Script (https://www.evernote.com/market/feature/stylus) and it works really well with SNote.

Out of interest, which 'SNote' app are you reffering?
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Out of interest, which 'SNote' app are you reffering?

The one built in to the S4 Mini.
15th April 2014, 09:32 AM |#5  
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Doubt it will work. If it works, it would be like any capacitive compatible pen. No pressure senstive. This type of thing requries dedicated digitizer.

I'm positively sure that the pressure sensitivity will not work on the S4 Mini as we lack the Wacom IT technology for that. At least it should work as a normal capacitive pen with a thinner tip (which is what I want)

Anyone else know of a capacitive pen with a thinner tip than the normal pens ?
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I'm positively sure that the pressure sensitivity will not work on the S4 Mini as we lack the Wacom IT technology for that. At least it should work as a normal capacitive pen with a thinner tip (which is what I want)

Anyone else know of a capacitive pen with a thinner tip than the normal pens ?

Nope, as most capacitive pens requries a fairly large minimanl conductive surface. If you ever find one that works, let me know. I'm also quite interest in it.
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