Originally Posted by captainmikou
Hi everybody !
First of all, i'm French so please apologize my English.
I have recently bought a HP envy X2, a hybrid tablet. on their website it's written that there is an optionnal Stylus, that would mean there is an active technology that exists for that tablet.
After a few researches, i found that it was working with Atmel active stylus. But the problem is : i really, really can find where to buy one.
I really have made a lot of researches and i know that stylus does exist.
So my questions are :
1) Am i right when i say the HP Envy X2 would work with an ACTIVE stylus ?
2) Do you know anything about those Atmel stylus ?
Thank you ! Have a nice day .
Strange that you have not received a reply yet, I'm not to well informed about the stylus but I am also looking for an active pen/stylus. I'll try to provide some kind of answer, but it'll be based on what I've read in the documentation and on another forum (with focus on tablet PCs).
1) According to the manual/handbook I got with my Envy X2 it should support an active stylus/pen. It says that it's available on "selected models" or something like that, but I hope all models will be included.
2) What I have read on another forum is that a pen for the Elitepad 900 is on it's way, to be released later this year. I have read that the Elitepad 900 and the Envy X2 should use the same stylus, but I do not think it was from an official HP source so I'm not 100% sure that it is true. That pen is called something like "HP Executive pen". I've seen a link to HP Store Germany for that pen, but since I'm not sure if it works, how long it would take to get, and the shipping would probably be too expensive (to Japan), I'm waiting until I read something that I can trust.
I'm not allowed to post external links yet, but the one I'm following about the Envy X2 is TabletPCReview forum, Hewlett-Packard section.