Discussion in 'Fujitsu' started by Auricom, Dec 30, 2006.
Saberwalk, please in future edit your last post and add the content within.
(Sheepish grin) uh sorry, will do.
Thank you for the understanding..
btw. The sheepish grin doesn't suit you, try this paper bag instead....
woutervegter, said :"what do you mean?
I have an asus r1f and I do have pressure sensitivity with programs like onenote and sketchbook pro "
I had checked WACOM web site and I didn't find Asus as one of the brands which are compatible to WACOM's Technology, and also I have talked with the dealer of Asus and he told me that they think it is a hardware problem and not a software.
ASUS do support Wacom, it's an omission on Wacoms site.
The dealer you spoke to was probably referring to the driver issue that the R1F has.
If you look in the ASUS section you will probably find the topic.
It was Wacom Penabled, or something like that... sorry don't have time to carry out a search at the moment
Definitely head over to "which tablet should I buy?" thread. I spent alot of time reading over that thread to help with my decision.
To be honest I think both the X60 and 4215 are going to be great tablets.
I have the 4215 and I love it so far. Some advantages over the x60 that swayed me were
1. available to buy the model I want without waiting 2 months (HUGE for me)
2. no core 2 on x60
3. x60 is more expensive
I didn't consider the R1 as much due to reports of hard drive shock issues and I didn't feel it had proven itself yet. The next gen R1 (R2? haha) will be much better IMO.
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