Why n-trig over wacom?
Is my perception wrong that most newer tablets are using n-trig? And why n-trig? I'm not a fan of not being able to rest your hand on the screen, and it seems to me that the pen sensors in these newer dual n-trig ones are just not going to make it with me.
What is going on at wacom? Are they just dropping the market and going for the bamboo project?
I don't get it - my favorite is a wacom active digitizer works best for inking. I'd like a button to turn on and off the actual digitizer for using a multitouch layer if needed. Actually, I just rather use the active digitzer with gorilla glass and forget the multitouch.
So help me out again violajack explain to me why n-trig would be the way to go?
Of course this really gets down to again how you use your machine
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