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I used the stylus that I bought along with the Acer Iconia W700 and it works perfectly on the iWork 10.
Do You mean that common rubber-like-rounded pen OR a precision drawing stylus like a Wacom that comes with the Surface?
I think the screen should be electromagnetic-type for this.
 
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Do You mean that common rubber-like-rounded pen OR a precision drawing stylus like a Wacom that comes with the Surface?
I think the screen should be electromagnetic-type for this.
yes, but i think it is still just a capacitive screen.
 
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yes, but i think it is still just a capacitive screen.
Can you post a link or the model name?
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Can you post a link or the model name?
Thank you.
you mean, the stylus?
 
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you mean, the stylus?
Yes, the stylus. My tablet is a iWork10 "clone". Before buy I asked to the seller about this but have no confirmation.
It would be very nice have the same precision than a Surface Pro.
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