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Pen for HP Pavilion 130 x360

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#1 nanaimoship


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Posted 02 May 2015 - 06:24 PM

Hi, guys!

I bought HP Paviion 130 x360 from Future Shop a month ago. At that time, I didn't get any pen or pen drive software. So I'm just wondering if it's their mistake or I should buy one.

If possible, I'd like to use one of these pens: Lapazz tablet ??8060 pen, stylus pen, and a pen for HP tc4400 tablet pc. 

Also, I want to use pen pressure for photoshop.


If I have to buy the pen:

1. What pen will fit for my laptop?

2. What pen drive do I need to install?

3. Do I have to buy both of them?  can I download a free software from HP website ?


I really need the pen pressure system. 


If I don't need to buy:

1. Can I get a digital pen from Futureshop/Best Buy? (I don't know much about Tablet PC and It was first time to buy a laptop by myself) 

2. Unless, Does one of pens on top work on my laptop and to use pen pressure?  I tried to touch the screen with them. Only stylus worked.

3. Can I use Lapazz tablet pen as a digital pen/ a stylus?

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#2 dc3


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Posted 03 May 2015 - 12:49 PM

Unless I'm missing something, this is a touch screen which you use your finger to navigate rather than a mouse.  If you are more comfortable using a mouse you can use a usb type with the laptop.  I personally don't know anyone who uses a stylus on a laptop touch screen.


Just out of curiosity, where did you read that you needed to use a "pressure pen"? 

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