Provantage or Cost Central will have it cheaper. However, if you want stylus reliability, you may want to look at the X2 1101 G1. Wacom is better for reliability but so-so for edge accuracy. If the X2 were around at the time I got the ElitePad 1000, I would have sprung for the X2. The X2 is going to be faster (has a SATA SSD instead of an eMMC type), faster RAM and much faster processor. It will have a longer service life also. The Atmel pen definitely has a nice feel in the hand. But it uses battery and can be flaky at times with regards to reliable inking. The battery lasts about a month. Where as with Wacom, no battery and you can use any PenEnabled stylus with it.