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    Does the TF support hand-written input method?

    Hi,
    I want to know if the native TF supports the input method by writting chinese character on the screen.
    If not, is there any app on the Android market that does this?
    Thanks,

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    There may be something more suited for your needs, but there are lots of note apps that support handwriting, I use FreeNote, where you can talk, type, draw, or use handwriting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kendykong View Post
    Hi,
    I want to know if the native TF supports the input method by writting chinese character on the screen.
    If not, is there any app on the Android market that does this?
    Thanks,
    The latest ASUS update added a note taker app. Supernote. It seems it would do what your'e asking.

    The update just hit the US and Canada 9/26 so everyone should see it with the next 3 to 4 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kendykong View Post
    Hi,
    I want to know if the native TF supports the input method by writting chinese character on the screen.
    If not, is there any app on the Android market that does this?
    Thanks,
    If you have your TF set to Chinese input it will recognize Chinese characters.

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    there's the ' Han Writing ' from the market. After setup, it will replace the normal keyboard. But you can switch back and forth.
    Not the greatest but for simple note dropping now and then is ok.

 

 

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