03-28-2017 11:50 AM
I never used any so I will be interested to read what you think.
03-31-2017 02:29 PM - edited 03-31-2017 02:30 PM
I got my stylus (see previous post for model).
It works slightly better on the screen than my finger. Glides smooth, no smudges, no sound, and no scratches on the screen (even with slightly harder than normal pressure). The build quality is good. It has a very tight weave on the tip. The extra 2 tips are a great bonus. A couple times during testing it didn't register my press but since that happens with my finger as well, I couldn't knock the stylus.
All in all a great buy for the price. Time will tell how well it wears.
04-04-2017 02:29 PM
Not sure why pay $6 for a stylus that offers the same functinoality and is built the same way as other $1 styluses available.
What I am wondering about is: Does a larger capacitive stylus head mean a thicker line when drawing?
In other words, does a stylus with a smaller rubber surface mean more precise line when drawing?
Or , no matter how large the drawing point is, the line will be the same, as opposed to active styluses which probably makes thicker line as you press stronger?
04-04-2017 07:01 PM
04-21-2017 01:22 PM
Hi guys! I read everything you said, but I'm still not sure wich one will work on lenovo yoga 510. On ebay I find this pen: http://www.ebay.com/itm/361657964310?ul_noapp=true, should it work? Thank you.
04-22-2017 07:47 AM
They all will 'work' but without a wacom digitizer in the screen it won't be any better than your finger. Well, maybe a little better because of no smudges.
04-22-2017 10:42 PM
As I said to you, any think less than 20$ will not work (stop, gaps), not all pen more than 20$ will work though. I recommand Jot Pro for great drawing experience.
You said you would order a Jot Pro first so pls share your feedback.
All 500/510/700/710/900/910 are on the same boat