07-20-2017 01:17 PM
08-05-2017 04:50 PM
I just got this Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung Pencil, EMR Technology. It may have been designed for Samsung, but one look at it and you'll think it was probably designed to go with the Yoga Book. Together they complete the atavistic design of the classic notebook and pencil I grew up with. I'm not a hipster, but I do love the ironic aspect of form/function.
I needed another stylus because I don't want the hassle of changing out/in the ink refill. It looks and feels just like a classis No.2 pencil. I don't doodle, but takes lots of notes for work. Perhaps it is due to the familiar feel in hand, but I find that this stylus helps me write faster. I detest any stylus with a side button, which always make me hold the pen in an uncomfortable position. This stylus pencil is perfect for me because it has no such button, just like the the OEM Real Pen. Skip this if you prefer the button.
So my real-looking "pencil" writes digitally, and my apparent "digital-stylus pen" writes real ink. Pretty cool. Oh crap, I am a hipster! Anyway, just throwing out another option if anyone is interested.
08-11-2017 07:47 PM
That's awesome! I've been eyeing Noris Digital for a while now, I'm glad someone confirmed that it works with Yoga Book. Ordering one immediately.
I have never used buttons since very few apps are compatible with the functions anyway. I use YogaBook to draw extensively so I hope Noris is comfortable... (wonder if the nibs of Noris can be swapped with that of Tab S3 Stylus' ?)
09-02-2017 11:57 PM
Hi, you mention that pen pressure is working, can you tell me what apps its working for?
Have you tried it with Photoshop?
I just cant get my pressure senitivity to work on PSat all but it works well on Artrage and Sketchbook!
11-01-2017 05:32 PM
Does anyone know if this will work with the yoga book (Android)? I recently lost my RealPen and it's out of my budget to purchase it again.
It has the same pressure level and is very cheap.
11-02-2017 01:13 AM
The Ugee P50s appears to be an active pen with a rechargeable battery. As far as I can tell it's not using the AMR techology that the Yoga Book pen does. Those are going to be the basic clues about what might work with the yoga book. So the short answer is no, I don't think so.
(By the way this section is for Windows tablets. On this issue it doesn't matter so much, but for others it would be better to post in the Android tablets section.)
11-04-2017 08:25 AM
A user comment on the Amazon link above says the Norris pen doesn't work on the touchscreen. It might be possible to make or bodge a replacement tip made from a suitable conductive material that would, but that would be a fiddly job.