UP-911E Pen. Axiotron Studio Pen replacement? Maybe...

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  1. dream3

    dream3 Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Great, do you think you could post a quick picture of them? Think that would be enough for comparison sake.
     
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  2. dream3

    dream3 Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Actually to spare you the time of dealing with not so useful requests, here the pic of the axiotron.

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    Just tell me if the UP911 is exactly the same. You mentioned 4 pots but you did not make the distinction between potentiometers or buttons. In mine you can see the order is, from left to right, button, potentiometer, button, 3x potentiometer.
     
  3. ron2k_1

    ron2k_1 calibuchi Senior Member

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    Here you go. Sorry for taking so long in finilizing this review. But don't worry, it's coming, I'm not leaving this forum yet.

    So, mines, except for the color, it looks exactly like yours. This thing is starting to look just like an Axiotron clone:
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  4. T-ravisty

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    So my UP-911E-02A just arrived from Japan today.

    Gorgeous pen, thicker than the UP-817(and 8)E, feel better in my hand.
    Same pressure feel as those pens too.
     
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  5. dream3

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    You mean UP-817? Im not familiar with UP-917.

    And what could be the difference between the UP-911E-02A and 02DD?
     
  6. T-ravisty

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    Sorry, yes. 817.
    It was a long day.

    I haven't a clue.
    I'm guessing maybe a region code or something, it looks the exact same.
    I'll post a photo soon.

    The eBay listing was this, but the packaging has a different number, same overall model though.
    The extra thickness of the pen should mean less cramps for me.
     
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  7. dream3

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    Haha funny. I bought mine from that guy as well. Still on its way.

    So you received a 02A and no the 02DD code showed in the listing, just to be clear?
     
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    Correct, but it looks exactly the same as ron2k_1 's.

    It got a good grip to it, a nice thickness to hold and is just as accurate as my 817/18.
     
  9. VolluzPhoto.com

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    Thank you for this post, I have been searching everywhere for information on this pen.

    I recently set up my OLD Wacom Cintiq 18SX Digitizing Tablet to use for photo editing. I know that Grip Pen UP-911E-00A is around here somewhere, but darned if I can find it. I know that the surest way to find it is to buy a replacement. I am ready to do that, but can't find one.

    Is your discussion saying that the pens you are comparing are of the same technology as the UP-911E and, by extension (I hope), any of them should work on my 18SX?

    Did you mention that you knew where to buy a UP-911E?

    Sorry if I am asking for information that has been mentioned already, I thought I had read the posts, but it may have slipped by me.
     
  10. ron2k_1

    ron2k_1 calibuchi Senior Member

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    I would be really surprised if the Cintiq wouldn't accept a pen that works on TabletPCs which is accepting is pen with no hiccups. Do you own any other TabletPC that has a pen? Or a Galaxy Note lounge tablet or phone? Any of your friends do? You can try one of those pens and then you can confidently buy the TabletPC pen of your choice.

    I bought mine from eBay. It was a Japanese seller but it shipped very fast. Just search on eBay UP-911 and you'll get some hits.

    God luck finding that pen cause this pen is awesome!

    Sent from my GT-N5100 using Tapatalk
     
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