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  1. vertigoOne's Avatar
    I will keep that in mind. In what was is it better for you personally?

    Better weight, flush button, 3 different nib options.
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    03-27-2014 06:13 PM
  2. NeoGrandizer's Avatar
    I actually use the S Pen with eraser on my Surface Pro 2. It works much more better than the OEM pen. Go figure that one out. Running default, the OEM pen has calibration issues and can have quite a bit of offset. Use my S Pen with eraser and it's almost spot on with defaults.

    I actually own the Note 2 and Note 10.1 (original). The only real issue I found was there would be lag and the limitations within Android. Symmetry drawing (snowflakes) crashed or caused severe lag on my Notes. And it wasn't a complex thing (using only horizontal and vertical symmetry). Not sure about the later models though. I think Android apps are way more limited compared to the full Windows programs (Painter, Sketchbook Pro, Adobe Photoshop). So SP would be better suited and run the programs without limitations or restrictions.
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    04-01-2014 11:48 PM
  3. chrisgull's Avatar
    Also out of your budget, the new Thinkpad Yoga has a wacom kind of screen and stylus. And it's a pretty nice piece of hardware across the board.
    04-02-2014 12:01 AM
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