Nothings beats going to the source and asking the right questions to right people to get the real info. In my first day of CES 2015, I have some interesting details about items already reported by others but left wanting in details. For instance: Toshiba Encore 2 Write's pen digitizer is NOT Feel It digitizer. It is their new "Active ES" digitizer. ES stands for "Electro Static", which is Wacom Japan speak for projected capacitive. This new digitizer works like N-Trig and Atmel's, using capacitive screen's digitizer for X/Y coordinate. This also means it uses AAAA battery lie the others. Wacom developed this new digitizer as a low end option that give the ODMs flexibility to sell units without the pen initially, then sell the pen later as an accessory. The feel of it was much like N-Trig's and like N-Trig's there is that blob that happens when you first open a program and touch down with the pen for the first time. It much be pro cap based active pen quirk.