Wacom Bamboo Feel or AVTN8 Stock Stylus

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  1. vince.chee

    vince.chee Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I love do my painting on AVTN8, but the stock digitizer can't really compare with standard Wacom tablet.

    I saw Wacom Bamboo Feel and with a good deal (around 15 USD)on the internet, so I was thinking whether it is better than the original stock digitizer?
     
  2. Mesosphere

    Mesosphere Geek. Senior Member

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    Yes. There are many options for a full sized stylus. The Fujitsu and Samsung pens are also good options (they have erasers). Just think of the included pen as an emergency backup.
     
  3. vince.chee

    vince.chee Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Thanks for the reply.

    But does the pressure sensitivity will be better?
     
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    Mesosphere Geek. Senior Member

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    Probably, but I'm not an artist. I usually turn pressure sensitivity off.
     
  5. msgnyc

    msgnyc Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Where in gods name did you find a Bamboo Feel Stylus for $15? Im lucky to find one for under $38 anywhere.
    I really miss when Axiotron styluses could be easily found for $12-15. Studio Pen for like $28. Now everyone wants $40+
     
  6. vince.chee

    vince.chee Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I must say I'm very lucky indeed. I bought on an online market called Carousel (apps), where people can sell second hand stuffs.

    What makes even luckier is that he was the only one who's selling this.
     
  7. Bronsky

    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    Whichever pen you want to use mostly on the tablet should be the one you use for calibration. My experience is that each pen responds to calibration differently. My silo pen is the one I used for calibration so it is the most accurate on my tablet.
     
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    vince.chee Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Thanks for your advice! Luckily both stock digitizer and Bamboo Feel Stylus works well with stock calibration.

    Are you an artist?
     
  9. Bronsky

    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    Oh god no! I use my tablet for notes but like the writing to be as accurate as possible so it's legible.

    I'm more of a performance artist. : )
     
  10. ron2k_1

    ron2k_1 calibuchi Senior Member

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    I wrote a review a while back on the UP-911E pen, and I mentioned the Bamboo Feel pen in it:
    http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/index.php?threads/62310/

    If it's not because the Bamboo Carbon only has 1 side button and it's a bit uncomfy it'd be my favorite pen.

    Note that there are 2 versions of Bamboo Feel pen. A plastic one and one made with graphite (Carbon) fiber. The Carbon one is 28g heavy and I love its weight. I've heard that the plastic one break easily after few weeks.

    Swiped from my Galaxy Note 4 using Tapatalk
     
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