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    Quote Originally Posted by HJKeener View Post
    There is this, too:
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    an 11.6'' Wacom "penabled" Vivotab.
    Aha -- I did not notice that one. I saw your post about the VivoTab Smart 10, thought I should mention it does not have the Wacom ability. Nice that there is a "bigger" version to consider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swipe View Post
    Aha -- I did not notice that one. I saw your post about the VivoTab Smart 10, thought I should mention it does not have the Wacom ability. Nice that there is a "bigger" version to consider.
    It's the older, first gen of W8 tablets, running on the older dual core Clover Trail Z2760... The Bay Trail Z3740, in the Vivotab Note 8, basically has over double the performance...

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    So iPads support their own digitized stylus. How is that better or worse than Wacom penabled tabs like the Asus Vivo tab or Dell Venue?

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    The only difference I could think of would be the higher build quality & components of the iPad & the superior quality of apps in general. Of course there is a corresponding increase in cost as well. My personal preference for the best you could get would be the 64gb Air 2. The space is great & the hardware is amazing - you won't see a better screen or find a better SoC than the new A8X & it has 2gb RAM which (because of the efficiency of iOS & the hardware) equates to at least 4gb on any other OS (Android or Windows).

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    Quote Originally Posted by HJKeener View Post
    So iPads support their own digitized stylus. How is that better or worse than Wacom penabled tabs like the Asus Vivo tab or Dell Venue?
    No, the iPads don't support their own digitized stylus... 3rd parties support it... While a add on can be helpful, especially versus having no options, but a built in digitizer will usually be more accurate and with a desktop OS you get access to pro level productivity apps like Photoshop that you'll only find more basic versions on a mobile OS...

    Though, cloud based services can allow you to get passed that limitation to a degree but still not as flexible...



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    Not that I want to start a debate with anyone on any of those points. Please... it is my personal opinion...
    Too late, I believe the obligatory lynch mobs are already getting their torches and pitch forks prepared ;-p

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeo View Post

    Too late, I believe the obligatory lynch mobs are already getting their torches and pitch forks prepared ;-p
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    Quote Originally Posted by sculptedstylus View Post
    Hi HJ, I am an artist and have used the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014, Note 8, and the Note 4 (my phone). I now use the Note 8 for drawing, having given my 10.1 to a friend. I just prefer the smaller tablet size. They all have excellent pressure sensitive styli using Wacom technology. These tablets are all excellent choices for an artist, although they are a little pricy. I don't have any experience with Swipe's suggestion of the Asus VivoTab Note 8, but you sure can't beat that price, $230 for a tablet with Wacom's pressure sensitive technology! You might want to compare the specs of the Asus vs the Galaxy Notes, and see which one you prefer. I think either one would be a good fit for your wife, although, if you wife is a heavy Adobe Photoshop user, the Asus might be the better choice...and a heck of a lot cheaper!
    I'm wondering what sculptedstylus would have to say about a Wacom Penabled screen vs. an iPad with a supplemental digitized stylus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HJKeener View Post
    I'm wondering what sculptedstylus would have to say about a Wacom Penabled screen vs. an iPad with a supplemental digitized stylus?
    I really couldn't say, I've never used the iPad stylized tab (I think I've just added a new meaning to the word "stylized!")
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    Since the ipad itself has no pressure sensitive digitizer, there is actually no true stylus support for it. However, since it is such a ubiquitous device developers have gotten skilled at working around this limitation.
    There are in fact digital styli for the ipad. They are more than just a standard capacitative pen. When you use them in certain drawing app (usually the ones developed by the manufacturer) the sensors in the pen can detect pressure and communicate that into the app through Bluetooth.

    Since Apple has created standard devices that are easy to develop and sell accessories for, this method works well. I believe some app have integrated palm rejection for these pens. I believe that Nokia I mementos a similar technology in their shield tablet which can tell between the wide touch of a finger and the tiny point of a pen.


    I did a search for Windows compatibility and didnt turn up anything reliable.
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    Hmmm . . . So, one more question: Does anyone know about the Dell Venue 8 Pro? I'm very confused as to whether the screen has the same Wacom tech as the Asus Vivotab Note 8. If it does, I think I may go with the Venue 8 Pro, especially since the price on the Asus Vivotab Note 8 64 GB just jumped about $100 on Amazon and the Microsoft store. That, and the Venue 8 Pro has an HDMI port.

 

 
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