How do Drawing tablets work? Drawing and graphic tablets work by connecting an electronic drawing tablet to another device such as a laptop or desktop computer either wirelessly or through a USB connection. It works by using a stylus pen and drawing on the tablet, which will then digitally transfer the lines and strokes onto your main device.
In this blog post we compare Sketchbook vs Procreate, two of the most popular digital drawing software on the market.
If you’re searching for the best stylus for Lenovo Flex 5, X1 Fold, ASUS ZenBook, and more… then this review will help you decide whether the Lazarite M Pen is the best stylus for you.
During our hands-on test with the Lazarite M Pen, we found it worked just as well as the Lenovo Active Pen and the dedicated pens for Lenovo Tablets.
If you’re looking for the best laptops for Sketchup, then you’re most likely a designer, architect, engineer, or someone working a project with specific Sketchup Pro requirements.
If you’re in search of the best Stylus pen for Amazon Fire HD tablet, then you’ll need to keep in mind that the Fire HD 8 & 10 models do not have pressure that…
The best stylus pens for touch screen laptops will have active or passive features that enable the user to draw and write using pressure sensitivity, instant pairing, palm rejection, and precision.
Are you in search of the best apps for converting handwriting to text? There are several different apps and different methods to turn your notes and handwriting into digitized text on a laptop or computer.
While the Adonit Note+, Zagg Pro and the Adonit Pixel are similar… they have their benefits and disadvantages when it comes to pressure sensitivity because..
When comparing the differences between the Apple Pencil vs basic stylus pens, it’s important to understand that Apple Pencil has improved upon all the following features: pressure sensitivity, precision, compatibility, features, shortcut buttons (gestures), tilt control, palms rejection and different ways to charge the battery. Other stylus are objectively inferior regarding these features because Apple has designed it’s products to work seamlessly together with the iPad tablets.
The best iPad Air stylus for drawing and note-taking can be characteristized as pen models that have true pressure sensitivity, communication between the iPad Air, bluetooth connection, palm rejection, tilt technology and ‘gesture’ features.
Apple has evolved it’s previous iPad Air models 1, 2, 3 and 4th generations to work better with the Apple pencil than any other third party stylus. This means having full functionality: true pressure sensitivity and gesture features (such as double tapping to switch brush sizes) with the Apple Pencil.