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Capacitive pen for taking notes.

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10th September 2011, 06:28 PM   |  #1  
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Hey, I'm looking to take some notes on my tab and was looking for some suggestions. I've found a couple cool programs but need a pen.

My noted are almost all math related so equations and such.

Any advice would be very helpful.

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10th September 2011, 06:49 PM   |  #2  
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When it comes to capacitive stylus, I believe price is a good signal of quality. I have tried both high end (e.g., boxwave) and low end (generic, bundled with other accessories), and the difference is very noticeable. Good luck taking math notes.... I am an economist and my note-taking involves math too. You are going to have a hard time getting good results. I tried doing this, but had to go back to my clunky convertible tablet to get the results I needed. Unless you get a slate with a digitizer (like the Flyer or the Thinkpad), you are pretty much out of luck.
10th September 2011, 07:33 PM   |  #3  
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Talking Your not out of luck... just need this!!
As u guys know capacitive stylus have a very wide point so that it can be recognized by the device, therefore affecting precision. Thankfully some people already came up with a solution. U have to options.

1) DIY fine ponit stylus with materials u can find in ur house... for FREE:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHhB2BF5yQM

I found a blog where someone made a more precise intructions .... but I don't
remember the site!

2) Someone took the idea to kickstarter and now they are commercializing there
version of a fine point stylus.... only that it cost around 20-30 bucks:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpwfoEk0-bY
http://adonit.net/product/7

I just pre ordered one of these bad boys!!!
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Hmm, looks intriguing. I'm not holding my breath until this type of technology is proven and reviewed thoroughly. Thanks for sharing.

Edit; Here's the blog with the detailed instructions:

http://tumblr.kinglau.co/post/6442455519/ipadstylusdiy
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Will take a look. Still in the market for a tablet. I like tthe 10.1 but would be better if I could take notes.

I find the flyer too small for me and the one that att has is like $800 so I'd rather use paper than that lol.

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check out this http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0057JAA54
i just ordered one, i guess for $8 it is worth trying
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The more I look at htc's pen the more I like it, I might have to just suck it up and get a 7inch tablet.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by mafiaboy01

The more I look at htc's pen the more I like it, I might have to just suck it up and get a 7inch tablet.

Sent from Samsung Galaxy S2 on TELUS.

Or you can wait for the AT&T HTC Jetstream.... same as the Flyer only that is 10.1 inch and has honeycomb 3.x
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Pedraso XDA

Or you can wait for the AT&T HTC Jetstream.... same as the Flyer only that is 10.1 inch and has honeycomb 3.x

But its $800 lol

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Doesn't the Lenovo Thinkpad tablet also come with a digitizer and pen?

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