Funny thing, I was in a business meeting and a colleague had the Galaxy Note and I had the T100. I was using my T100 with the keyboard attached and a bluetooth mouse and Stylus. After the meeting the colleague comes up and asks, "hey that's a cool looking device you got, which one is that?....oh, yeah the Asus, I was considering that one, and now that I seen you using that and see it has real Windows 8 on it, I'm really thinking I should have got that instead of the Galaxy Note. He said, what he really liked about the Note was how good the Stylus worked for taking notes for these meetings but misses that it doesn't have Windows on it for the usual business uses he needs and I informed him, "Yeah, that's the 1 thing I'm finding wrong with this Asus T100, it seems you're forced to try and take notes with a Mr. Squishy stylus which just doesn't work or use a tiny keyboard, which was what you saw me doing. I wish it had a Stylus that worked like the ones for the Galaxy note.
So after our short chat after the meeting, we both agreed what we both really wanted was a T100 which allowed us to write notes on it like the Galaxy note.
It's like the stylus we currently have available that could be used for taking notes on the T100, range in the categories of crap and less crappier but nothing in the good and great categories.
That's why I like my 2in1 Stylus with the ball point pen on one end.....when I find myself in the need of having to use a pen to take notes, I always have a paper note pad sitting next to the T100 and it's as easy as flipping my Stylus over and writing in the good ole fashion note book. I dream of the day, when I can stop carrying those paper note books around with me.