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03-21-2013

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Best Pen for taking notes on the twist

2013-03-21, 19:01 PM

Hi, I'm curious at what pen can be best used for taking notes on my Twist.  When I use OneNote it won't let me use my finger or the rubber tipped stylus to write with, but instead requires the use of the keyboard, very annoying when in class.  I've been struggling with this for several months now.  I'm unsure what the difference is between a capacitive pen vs a digitizer pen?

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12-11-2012

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Re: Best Pen for taking notes on the twist

2013-03-21, 19:16 PM

A digitizer pen have a particular sensor build in the screen wich te twist doesn't have. The twist have a capacitive screen. So you will need to stick with a capacitive pen.

I personnally use The Jot pro from Adnoit wich work pretty well. I mostly annotate pdf with pdf annotator

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Re: Best Pen for taking notes on the twist

2013-03-21, 19:21 PM

Thanks, that's what I've heard from other sites, but I figured other Twist owners may have different opinions.  Have you used any other apps that use the Jot pro?  I'm curious as what apps are available for use with it before I purchase it, which will hopefully be tonight:)

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Re: Best Pen for taking notes on the twist

2013-03-21, 19:50 PM

it's not apps in particular, the capacitive pen will simply replace your fingers. The pen does the same job that your finger do but it's more precise and fun to use. So every software, apps on wich you can write with your finger, your pen will work.

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