quote:Originally posted by j.c.
I was looking at Wacom's site the other day, and it's a little confusing. Since their Tablet PC technology is the only thing that prominently affixes a "Penabled" label to it, I was under the impression that "Penabled" was strictly a Tablet PC thing. After closer inspection of their site, though, it seems that the term "Penabled" applies to all of their cordless/batteryless/pressure-sensitive pens and tablets.
Anyway, the only pens that will work with a TPC are those specifically labeled as "Tablet PC Penabled" and the Cintiq grip pens. I have a Cintiq grip pen (15x) and, personally, I think it's the best thing currently available for writing/drawing on a TPC. I think if feels much better than the Cross pen, which I also have, plus it has the duoswitch on the side. I also highly recommend the spring-loaded "stroke" nibs that you can buy from Wacom.