Showing 1 of 17 conversations about:
Norza
2
May 31, 2014
bookmark_border
http://www.thejoyfactory.com/product/bcu201
It shows a picture of the MS Surface and also says it is an active digitizer in the tech specs so it should work with any active surfaces. So it will not work with UC Logic things like that drawing monoprice tablet that was here not so long ago. The stylus should work on capacitive surfaces like the iPad.
Honestly, I do not understand why it has to be powered via battery because neither my Bamboo create, Bamboo Feel, nor my Huion 610 Pro styluses (Well, the 610 Pro stylus is chargable if you want the buttons to work) require a battery to work. But since that doesn't have any button, it simply makes it a 'fancy' stylus.
Instead of this, The Bamboo Feel is much, much better (A minor inconvenience is the lack of the eraser end if you write notes a lot --but this Joy Factory Stylus doesn't have an eraser end either) and you can download the Wacom Feel driver for Tablet PCs which makes it loads better than a run-off-the-mill stylus.
May 31, 2014
SptTablo
19
Jun 2, 2014
bookmark_border
I agree with your point Norza, however Bamboo Feel is digitized pen. Which means it only works with certain devices that has digitizer enabled such as Surface and Samsung ATIV PC and etc. (For example, Bamboo feel does not work with iPad.) But this product works with any device with capacitive display or sensor so it will be compatible with most of the devices. The reason why it is powered is for giving electric charge on the nib to trick the device that it is 'touched' with finger. But by using this, you can write or draw more accurately since the surface area of finger touching display vs nib is smaller.
Jun 2, 2014
View Full Discussion