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So much better than sketching on my phone. Still not the same as sketching with a stylus, but oh well….
The resulting image is so tiny, too…
Hmm, weird. Must be a Google+ thing because when I shared the same image to Facebook it didn't get resized down this much
You can buy a stylus like the Pogo Sketch, though it's still no Wacom.
Yeah I don't I'll go to the effort of buying a pen for this unless Wacom finds a way to bypass an Android tablet screen's hardware limitations.
+Dan LeFebvre The Galaxy Note devices use Wacom pens with Android.
Good to know! It needs a data plan though doesn't it?
I doubt the tablet one needs a data plan.
Oh, I didn't know there were multiple models. Ah well, I've already got a tablet. I don't need another one just for that. If Wacom finds a way to overcome the hardware limitations of non-Wacom enabled screens then I'll be game to get something for my current tablet, but that's probably as far as I'll go.
Or you can get a Windows 8 Pro tablet, and you'll have an active digitizer, pressure sensitive stylus plus the ability to run the full Windows versions of stuff.
Once again that means buying a new tablet instead of an accessory to work with my current one. While I'm at it I could buy a Cintiq and have pressure sensitivity and the power of my desktop. :)
True… but that wouldn't be quite as portable… :)
+Kenneth LeFebvre Have you seen if the Surface Pro will have an active digitizer? All I've seen for sure what a stylus.
Active digitizer is part of the spec for Windows 8 Pro, so I'm assuming Microsoft's own tablet will follow the spec.
I hope so. I really excited for the Surface but that's the one thing that would turn me off.
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