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Default Pressure pen (and apps to use with it)

Hello,
anyone knows if there is a good pressure pen (and an apps that supports it... or in alternative, a way to connect with a PC), compatible with the G Pad?

Something similar to what a Wacom Intuos do with software likes Photoshop.
 
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I was just looking in to this today. I would like to know also. PS, can you use Photoshop Touch on G Pad?
 
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I was just looking in to this today. I would like to know also. PS, can you use Photoshop Touch on G Pad?
You can (I have it installed on my LG G Pad), but I doubt PS Touch will support a pressure sensitive pen, the focus is on pressure sensitive screens rather I guess. Regardless I'd also be interested in such a stylus if they where not to pricy.
 
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well there are some parts in the touchscreen driver which indicate stylus support
even with palm detection etc.
the driver calls it "t47 pen" whatever this is
i didnt try anything yet

should be this one
http://www.atmel.com/products/touchs...ve_stylus.aspx

i dont know where to get
 
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Im actually using a crappy stylus that has some kind of dry rubber thing at the tip and it works great. I use adobe acrobat reader to highlight stuff
 
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Im actually using a crappy stylus that has some kind of dry rubber thing at the tip and it works great. I use adobe acrobat reader to highlight stuff
Your "crappy stylus" works like a standard stylus or could be used like a "pressure" pen?
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