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Fanfold Paper
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Registered: ‎07-28-2011
Location: Toronto, Canada
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X220T and Wacom Cintiq 15x Grip Pen

I'm thinking of buying a Wacom Cintiq 15x Grip Pen since the standard pen with only 1 side switch is not working out for me with 3d work.

 

Is this pen compatible with the X220T? Any other alternatives I should consider?

Paper Tape
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Registered: ‎05-17-2011
Location: San Diego, CA
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Re: X220T and Wacom Cintiq 15x Grip Pen

I'd be interested if anyone has tried any othe Styluses on the x220t too.

 

The one button on the pen is just annoying.

Fanfold Paper
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Re: X220T and Wacom Cintiq 15x Grip Pen

So far I think Cintiq 15 and 18 pens are supported on a Tablet PC like X220T. They are a bit pricey though, with a Cintiq 15 being around 60 bucks and 18 even more. 

 

I found this pen: Axiotron Studio Pen

 

"Axiotron now sell a rebranded version of the Cintiq 18sx grip pen which is absolutely superb to use. It works for wacom tablet PC digitizers too"

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Axiotron-Studio-Pen-Modbook-Tablet-PCs-Wacom-/190518939852?pt=LH_Defau...

 

I may have to go with this one. I suppose it has 2 side switches, cant tell and there is no info on that page.

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Re: X220T and Wacom Cintiq 15x Grip Pen