20 Tablet Pens For Notes and Drawing

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Brian Nadel

Brian Nadel is a freelance writer and editor who specializes in technology reporting and reviewing. He works out of the suburban New York City area and has covered topics from nuclear power plants and Wi-Fi routers to cars and tablets.

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  • razor512
    There is 1 issue with a stylus, done use one if you don't have a screen protector as they will scratch the screen. (happened to a friend who has a capacitive touch screen smartphone but needed something finer tipped to click on small links on some pages)

    They also cant be made as thin as a resistive touch screen digitizer as the capacitive touch screen is not a high enough resolution to detect a very small tip.
  • belardo
    Guessing the Crayola one does coloring...
  • bavman
    It's not useless for people who take notes on tablets.
  • Anonymous
    I bought the Wacom Bamboo pen three months ago and I have been using it quite a bit with my tablet. My inspection software is tablet based so there is a lot of box checking that I do in the software on a daily basis. My nib is now cracked and the metal is starting to come through the thin walled rubber. I will be heading back to the big box store I purchased it from and purchasing something else. Thank you for your review.