Back then, there was only Cube that made few tablet with active stylus. But it seem after the Apple pencil thing, Teclast also jump in as well.Here are some informative pages that actually mentioned the stylus: Teclast pro X2 http://www.xiaomitoday.com/teclast-pro-x2and-windows-10/ Teclast pro X16 http://techtablets.com/2015/10/teclast-release-five-images-of-new-11-6-atom-x7-z8700-tablet/ Cube iwork 10 flagship http://www.cube-tablet.com/cube-iwork-10-flagship-win-10-android-5-1-4gb-64gb.html The one I investigated more closely is the Cube iwork 10 Flagship. Back then, when asked about stylus of this model,Gearbest directed to a passive stylus called CEP02, even thought it's advertised to have active pen with pressure sensitive. After looking more closely, I found a link to an active stylus also called CEP02, this seem to be the real deal. Here are some videos of stylus test of the Cube iwork 10 flagship. They are home made video by reseller from my country, so I believe the result can be trusted. As we can see, the pen has battery and two button. The tracking looks pretty good, there were no tail, and there is clearly pressure sensitive. So far it looked pretty similar to Wacom AES, but it has their own branding. I also looked at the Teclast pen though there wasn't any pen review yet. The appearance of the pen look pretty similar to the Cube Pen though.Their pens could be rebranded Wacom AES, or N-trig (doubt it because MS own the tech) or maybe Chinese OEM stole the AES tech to put in their pen. The Cube iwork 10 flagship have Cherry Trail, 4GB RAM, FHD, 10.6 inch screen and is currently $188 on Gearbest.If the pen is genuine AES Wacom pen, that would seal the deal. I might try asking the reseller to try installing Feel driver on it, but that would be awkward because I'm not planning to buy another penabled tablet anytime soon.