List of Windows 10 tablets and convertibles with stylus

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  1. stormi

    stormi Scribbler - Standard Member

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    New chinese 10" Atom tablet with stylus support, keyboard dock and dual booting Windows 10 and Remix OS 2.0: Chuwi Hi10 Pro
     
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    Their store site is a mess. I can't tell if you can or not.
     
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    Just bought this Windows 10 Home Tablet "Lenovo - ThinkPad Yoga 2-in-1 14" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i5 - 8GB Memory - 256GB Solid State Drive - Black".
    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/lenovo-...lack/4456400.p?id=1219749486129&skuId=4456400
    The the top label is "Yooga 14", but bottom (where S/N placed) is labeled as "20FY-0002US".

    Lenovo support site re-routes to "ThinkPad Yoga 460" 20FY002US page.

    Intereting, bu "Yoga 14" is not the in Windows 10 list.

    PS. It has i5 Intel Core i5-6200U CPU. I guess the 6th gen. one.

    Added: Thank you, surfaceproartist.
     
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    surfaceproartist Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    That's the Thinkpad Yoga 14 that is exclusive to Best Buy. It is almost identical to the 460 except that it includes a discrete NVidia GPU.


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  5. Marty

    Marty Pen Pro - Senior Member Senior Member

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    Some more info on the Chuwi Vi10 Plus / Hi10 Pro H2 Active Stylus Pen:

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    Official spec site:
    • 256 hardware pressure levels (w/512 levels software interpolated)
    • 2mm width pen tip
    • Active palm detection/rejection
    • 250h continuous use battery life

    Video reviews:





    Any thought on the manufacturer? Perhaps a Synaptics variant?
     
  6. aceflor

    aceflor Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I'd say Hanvon.
     
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    It looks almost exactly like both my Wacom AES pens, wrt buttons, length, and battery port. -And performance.

    They might be misquoting the pressure levels.
     
  8. Marty

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    Hey! If Chinese manufacturers are starting to offer Wacom components at such low prices (Cube with EMR/Core M @~$500 and Chuwi with AES/Atom ~$200) they are going to be quite a force to be reckoned with in the upcoming 2-in-1 market.

    Many people probably dismiss Chinese OEMs as shady businesses with shoddy QC and non-existent warranty, but at least with my experience in getting my Cube i7 Stylus serviced in Beijing, it was handled professionally and very promptly:

    Basically a straight up product replacement, received in 2 days after sending the unit in and packaged brand new. Much more hassle free than my typical experience in the West.

    I hope the western OEMs are not too content resting on their laurels. I think they still have the advantage for now, but they may find it difficult to compete once Chinese OEMs get more exposure.
     
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    As we've learned with Miix 700, Wacom AES pens will work with any touch panel that falls under the AES specs with the installation of Wacom's firmware. The touch panel prices have fallen quite a bit so I think the barrier is the pen cost for these ultra cheap tablets. Simple solution for them would be to sell the pen as extras.
     
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    Are you sure the Matebook is AES? The pen is a lot like the Samsung Intuos one (although it seems to write a lot nicer than the Samsung on the Matebook). I tried using the Huawei pen on the Samsung Tab Pro. I forget if y worked or not. But the Samsung on Matebook didn't.
     
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