Stylus for Stylistics Q775

Discussion in 'Fujitsu' started by ani, Apr 26, 2019.

  1. ani

    ani Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Hi

    I just bought a refurbished Q775 without any stylus. Looks like there is a slot in the tablet for that. I am not sure what kind of stylus it needs. DO I need to buy an OEM or anything alternative available? Thanks.
     
  2. Aiffe

    Aiffe Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I'm typing this on a Q775 right now. Mine came with the pen, but you really don't need it. It's Wacom EMR. Any Penabled pen will work on it. The Fujitsu Lifebook EMR pens are nice cheap two-button pens with eraser. There are a couple of rarer and fancier pens for it too. The one it comes with is just a basic EMR pen with a single side-button and no eraser. It's a little stick not much bigger than the mobile S-pens.

    S-pen tech will work on this too (since it's also EMR) but those are a bit newer, so they might be a little less accurate since they're calibrated for thinner screens. Any older EMR tablet PC stylus should work. Easy way to know if it's EMR: if it doesn't need batteries or charging, it's EMR. Just about any EMR pen made for a tablet PC (not the Cintiq Companion though) should work. They're wonderfully cross-compatible like that.
     
  3. Joseph S

    Joseph S Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I have a Q775 and found the hp t1100 pen works well. Also works with the t904, t935 and t936 laptops.

    Joseph
     
  4. WuffWuff

    WuffWuff Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Luckily since Q775 uses classic EMR panel there is a wide range of options. As far to my knowledge goes the Q775 will support the following pens from:

    Fujitsu T900, T901, T902, T731, T732, T734, T725. T726, Stylistic ST5010, Stylistic ST5112, Q736,

    Toshiba Portege M700, Toshiba Portege M750, Toshiba Portege M780, Toshiba Portege Z10T, Toshiba Portege Z20T,

    HP 2740P, HP 2760P, HPTX2000, HP TM2,

    IBM X41 Tablet, IBM X60 Tablet, IBM X200 Tablet, IBM X201 Tablet,

    Samsung 700T1A, Samsung 700T1C, Samsung S Pen,

    Staedtler Noris digital classic 180 22 emr stylus.
     
  5. Aiffe

    Aiffe Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Oh, it's considerably more than that. I don't have time to list every single EMR device on the market, but the Staedtler Digital Norris compatibility list is a good place to start with listing all the cross-compatible EMR tech. https://e.staedtlercdn.com/fileadmi...DF/Compatibility_Noris_digital.1585894357.pdf

    In addition to those, it can also use some of the older Cintiq pens, such as the UP-911. I'd recommend researching the specific Cintiq pen model before buying it for this. Though a good rule of thumb is that if the Cintiq had 512 pressure levels and no tilt or rotation, it should be compatible. There are a few other legendary EMR pens, such as the Axiotron Studio Pen, and the Cross Executive Pen. They get talked about all over this forum.

    More complicated are the EMR tech generations. The Q775 is of the older generation. So it works well with styluses from most tablet PCs of its generation, with the old Cintiq pens, and with the Axiotron Studio Pen and Cross Executive Pen, but not so well with the Staedtler Digital Norris or the S-pen. I have an S-pen from an old Galaxy Note 5. When I try it on the screen for the Q775, it works in that there is a response, but the accuracy is terrible. I haven't tried to calibrate it for that because none of my other pens would work then, but in general, crossing pen and tablet generations doesn't work that well, even if it is technically sort of compatible.
     
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