[QUOTE=Steve S;326216]<<...Well for the first problem with right clicks you can chaulk up to the included pen...>>
...Which is why I tried a second pen. The behavior was the same...
<<...The EP121's stock pen doesn't have any side switch...>>
...The presence or absence of a side switch is irrelevant. I'm talking about basic pen moves...
<<...The Wacom experience is really no different from the TC1100. If anything I find it superior since it doesn't nearly as many cursor glitches at the corners...>>
...My experience was not the same (and I've never experienced cursor problems in the corners of my TC1100...)
Could you elaborate alittle bit more on the problems your having. You just mention issues with Right clicking, double clicking, and dragging.
I wouldn't consider problems with right clicking as a basic pen movement issue, since that's the relevence of having the side switch: to right click. Are you just using the "Hold down" method of right clicking?
As far as double clicking, that I haven't had any trouble with at all on the ep121. Perhaps its just the feeling of the gorilla glass that's causing the problem? The glass surface of the ep121 is quite different feeling wise from the Tc1100. How long did you have to play with ep121?
And as for dragging, what are you trying to drag exactly? Are trying to drag a selection/mask in photoshop, or are you just trying to drag files around in Windows Explorer? With the later, On all my wacom tablets, I've had slight issue with getting the extra menu to pop up that gives you the option of copying or moving a file. Normally I have to utilize the side switch by holding it down as I'm dragging. Sometimes its hard to hold the button all the way in as I drag the pen....but doing the same on the Slate500 is much more difficult given the n-trig pens tip recoiling and recessed right click button.
And the glitch I've observed on both my Tc1100 and Ls800 is on the corners, the cursor will either jitter like its got Parkinson's, or rotate in tiny circles. Its normally on 2 or 3 of the 4 corners from some odd reason. I haven't noticed this on any of my 12 inch tablets, and caulked it up as a engineering issue with the smaller screen.