Stylistic Q737 Kaby Lake is out

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  1. ATIVQ

    ATIVQ V⅁O⅄ Senior Member

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    Would appreciate a close-up of the tip of the pen touching the display. I kinda doubt they fixed the air gap and edge accuracy without redesigning the chassis. This, for example, is the T904 air gap, which wasn't fixed in the T935 or T936 because it would need a new display assembly design.
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    The pen isn't in the air here. The tip is touching the glass, and the cursor is directly under the tip... except there's a 2mm or 3mm air gap between them.
     
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    novo22 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    and what? positioning accuracy at EMR is higher than AES is unambiguous. Used all, but EMR is better I consider that is not present. The line is carried out there where the tip concerns the display and is written without breakthroughs as on Lenovo with delay and breakthroughs
     
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    I apologize not AES and EMR
     
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    I'm going to assume that means the large air gap still exists. Yes, EMR translates pen motion into digital ink strokes better than AES, and yes, Wacom's pens are sensitive to as little as 1 gram force while N-trig starts at 10 gram force. But when nearly all of the current-gen devices don't have an air gap, it's important to note that you don't get the cursor-where-the-pen-tip-touches experience.
     
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    Here is a youtube from 10 months ago where an experienced active stylus user gives a very positive review of the Q775 Wacom



    The Q736 uses the same technology.

    I just read that the T937 uses Wacom AES now.

    I am not 100% the Q737 is using Wacom AES or EMR as of right now. Thus far, I can't find any information on the web.
     
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    That is great news! Very glad they continued on with Wacom EMR.

    i also read that the same power keyboard from Q775, Q736 can be used for the Q737. Therefore an owner of a Q775 who wants to update just with tablet to Q737 can do so and keep all accessories :)
     
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    I to you threw off an manual it exactly in exactly as for stylistic Q736. As all accessories approach to stylistic Q737 on a site shopfujitsu.com
     
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