Sorry, but I think that neither statement proves it one way or the other. The Admins only know what they are told. And the fact that a standard Wacom Pen doesn't work on those Pen-less models does not mean the digitizer isn't inside. We'll only know for sure once a knowledgeable forum member disassembles a TPT2 and looks for the digitizer inside. Until then, it's all conjecture. The fact is, a Wacom digitizer plus a Pen cannot cost only $30. Either the Digitizer is present in all models -- but disabled via software/hardware; or Lenovo is overcharging for the Pen-less model!