Samsung Staedler Noris Stylus

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  1. DRTigerlilly

    DRTigerlilly Tablet Lead Mod (Retired) Super Moderator

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    So does anyone know if the Samsung Staedler pen is wacom? And which wacom technology it uses?

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    Thank you @kvoram! really thankful that Samsung has not abandoned EMR, even if I'm in the minority :p
     
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    I cannot wait for the news where someone break this using pencil sharpener.
     
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    LOL evil! :p
     
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    The outer material is a Wood-Plastic-Composite (WPC), so it might actually be possible to start sharpening it. Not sure how many turns it may take to destroy the important parts. :D
     
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    WPC...then this design is flawed by habit. It's better not to buy used, I can imagine people chewing this out of habit or actually breaks it because tapping too much and in other cases, because of caffeine deficiency, unconsciously start to sharpen this. Any other pencil user quirks?
     
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    You are NOT in the minority - I have yet to have anyone take up my challenge and say they truly PREFER N-Trig or Wacom AES to S Pen EMR (of course someone will now). A few have rated the Apple Pencil as equal or better, but no one else. I realize these kinds of things are personal preference, but every time I go back to using any kind of Wacom EMR device (especially S Pen) I scream at Panos and MS for buying into N-Trig.
     
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    and in German...

     
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    In case anyone is wondering whether that German video gives us any new infos: Nope, he just talks at length how nice a pencil-shaped S-Pen is.

    It is starting to really bug me that there is no button and no eraser at the end. So close to perfection... :(
    As an option, maybe they should have made a double-sided pencil as well. S-Pen on one side, regular graphite pencil on the other. For Staedtler it would be easy to sell half-sized screw-on pencils.
     
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