Computex 2019

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  1. Steve S

    Steve S Pen Pro - Senior Member Super Moderator

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    <<...wanna bet the pen only works on the keyboard screen?..>>

    Asus Zen Pro.jpg

    (Courtesy of CNet site)
     
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    Any luck finding out which pen tech? I searched for hours and got nothing...
     
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    Nevermind. I think Asus is pretty much NTrig only.

    What a waste of time this was...
     
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    My biggest concern wouldn't even be that, but rather color and gamma mismatch on the screens:

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    I wish they would have just gone OLED on the ScreenPad too...imagine how much better drawing/inking would be if they just blew away that interfering bottom bezel:

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    Oh yeah, I just looooove resting my wrist on a keyboard when I'm writing. I get the idea behind having the two screens closer together, but that should have been the other way around.
     
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    I'm assuming they set the key resistance high enough to prevent accidental presses.

    Given the choice, I would prefer the screen at the top, for ease of viewing in multi-tasking/multi-window mode. With the screen below the keyboard deck, my eye would constantly have to switch up-and-down. Too fatiguing imo.
     
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    <<...I'm assuming they set the key resistance high enough to prevent accidental presses...>>

    ...Unlikely, in my opinion. Your resting wrist can exert several ounces of pressure, and if you have the habit of bearing down as you write, the pressure can be significantly higher!
     
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