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I like the looks, but it sounds like it needs the "stone paper" to work well. Not very practical if so.
It writes on normal paper just fine.
Hrm. The one video I found on YouTube that appeared to be an actual review is in a language I don't understand -- but watching it being used, it appeared to require a great deal of force to draw even a mild line.
The concern I have is that almost every review I've read talks about how Napkin 4.EVER devices are ineffective on normal paper, and will tear lighter paper before leaving a mark.
While I usually have a notepad around, I do somewhat frequently use scrap paper, post-its, and even the occasional napkin (hah!) to scribble something down. Do you happen to have any photos you'd be willing to share of writing on surfaces like that? How does this compare to writing with a old graphite pencil?
I purchased one through Amazon because I wanted aluminum. I am returning it. It was difficult to write with, and difficult to read. Barely visible on a yellow legal pad, which is what I use mainly.