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Bamboo Smart compatibility

Bamboo Stylus (all flavors), Fineline, Intuos Creative Stylus,
Gormash
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Bamboo Smart compatibility

Postby Gormash » Fri 18. Aug 2017, 17:48

I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition, and while it's perfectly possible to draw with the included S-pen, it feels really small.
I remember Wacom used to make a Feel for Galaxy stylus/pen, but this has been discontinued. A little research found the Bamboo Smart for Galaxy, but the compatibility list doesn't include the Note 10.1, probably since it's a bit old by now.
I don't feel like throwing money out the window just on the offchance that it MIGHT work, and Wacom hasn't gotten back to me on my inquiries, so I'm wondering if anyone else has tried this pen and tablet combo and whether it works or not.

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Re: Bamboo Smart compatibility

Postby wacom1 » Sun 20. Aug 2017, 15:54

The Bamboo Smart for Galaxy Note should work fine replacing Samsungs S Pen - there could be a small offset, though, since thickness of the tablets varies. If it does not work well, you can normally return the pen and get the money back (depending on dealer).


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