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Wacom Eraser Pen UP710E Stylus
Penabled Tablet PC Eraser Pen with pressure-sensit
Classic SD Multi-Tool Red
This Penabled tablet PC Eraser Pen with pressure-sensitive tip, a single-side switch
A pressure-sensitive eraser is an exact replacement of the large Acer tablet PC pen and the Walkabout tablet PC pen.
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.5 x 0.5 inches ; 1 ounces
Shipping Weight: 1 ounces
Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Item model number: UP710E
Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
Date first available at Amazon.com: December 30, 2002
ASUS Slate EP121 Compatible
I got this as a spare for my ASUS Slate EP121 and it works great, even better than the one that came with it. It does not fit in the slot for the original, but fits great in the case slot. I highly recommend this product.
I use my TabletPC (m275) exclusively for drawing, painting, and roughing-in animation in Flash, and this Eraser Pen is a great alternative to the standard stylus that came with it. When used with Wacom’s Penabled drivers, you get to use the eraser and program (or disable) the button on the side too. It’s not as comfortable as an Intuos duo-switch grip pen, but it gets the job done. I’ve read online that the pressure sensitivity is improved with this stylus, but after a lot of testing, I can say with certainty that there is absolutely no difference.
Be sure to download Wacom’s Penabled drivers for full functionality.
Good Alternative to S Pen for Samsung Products
Works with all samsung s pen products like the Galaxy Note, ATIV Smart PC devices etc and other wacom digitiser enabled slates like the Asus ep121. Much more well balanced than the stylii that come with these devices and easier to use. It could be improved by making it even more like a pen, increasing its weight and ergonomics etc in the fashion of the samsung s pen case.
Great for Wacom Digitizer enabled computers
This is a white, plastic pen for computers that use a Wacom digitizer. It is about the perfect weight and size, and although it does not have a "premium" feel it is better than the OEM pens that came with my units. It has a spring loaded eraser on the bottom (which my OEM pens don’t have) and comes with a nib replacement tool and five replacement nibs.
Cons: It doesn’t come with any instructions. Although a product like this doesn’t really need them, a one page insert describing how to replace the nib would have been nice.
Pros: Works perfectly on my two units, (a) An HP TM2 and a Samsung Ativ 500 (A04 Version with digitizer). No set up or tweaking was needed, worked perfectly right out of the box including the eraser. The versions that came with my computers didn’t have the eraser on the end, and that alone makes it a lot easier to use when drawing. I’ve only had this for a day, but it works fine (including pressure sensitivity) in OneNote (both 2010 and 2013), Windows Journal, and the three painting programs I have tested it on. The only thing that did not appear to work was the eraser function on Corel.
Please Note: Just about every single bad review I saw on this involved people trying to use it on tablets that don’t have an active digitizer or use a non-Wacom technology such as NTrig. This will not magically convert a non active digitizer unit such as an iPad or a Twist into a Wacom active digitizer unit. Please do some homework before slamming the product.
Tablet PC Pen with Eraser
The pen with eraser works excellent. It saves time by not having to tap the toolbar to change to eraser mode and then tapping again to return to pen mode. Since it uses wacom technology it requires no batteries.
Works with Asus EP121
Just an FYI… this works fine with the Asus EP121 tablet. It’s the same length and diameter as the pen that comes with the EP121, although due to the presence of the switch it can *not* be stored inside the tablet: The switch makes it a skosh too big, and it tends to get stuck. Oops! Still, this is not a knock against the pen itself: I keep mine in the case that comes with/wraps around the tablet, and figure I then have a spare if I accidentally lose or break this one.
The price strikes me as somewhat high, but I guess that’s how it works when Wacom’s performance is a noticeable steep above all the other guys!
Using with Samsung galaxy note 2
I actually bought this product on accident, but I am really glad that I did!! I recently purchased the Samsung galaxy note 2 and wanted a replacementlarger stylus. The S pen that comes with the phone is really good, but I do a lot of writing and I just needed a stylus that was the same size as an actual pen. Looking around on amazon I saw this…. it was late at night I was half asleep and accidentally hit the one click buy and ended up with this stylus. I was a little worried that it wouldn’t work, but to my surprise it works GREAT! And all the features work, just like the S pen, even better, because the stylus has a eraser that actually works it’s really cool and very useful. So, all in all this is a great product I greatly recommend! If I loose this one I will definitely be getting another one!
Using on Galaxy Note 10.1
Purchased the Penabled Wacom Tablet PC pen, the Thinkpad X60, Samsung 8pi stylus and the Samsung Series 7 Slate Digitizer Pen. I have slightly large hands and do a lot of writing – the built in one is way too small.
Of the 4 my favorite seems to be the Penabled Wacom Tablet PC pen. It’s got the best feel in the hand. Just right amount of weight and the button is large enough that I don’t accidentally depress it.
The X60 is the second favorite, it’s a little smaller but has some weight to it as well and its nice to write with. Looks more professional as well with the standard red eraser and lenovo styling.
The 8pi is oddly the third. It’s a little too thin for my fingers and the button is too easy to hit accidentally.
The series 7 I don’t use much as all. It’s clip on it gets in the way of my finger too often and it’s tracks the furthest off center for me.
3 of the 4 are slightly “off center”. The Samsung series 7 is the furthest off target, the 8pi stylus being as accurate as the built in one. The wacom and the Thinkpad are equally off, just a couple millimeters.
if you use Lecture Notes like I do, that can be adjusted so that it’s not an issue at all.
It works with Toshiba tablet PC’s
I’m very happy with this item. It was the least expensive I could find in a full sized replacement for my Toshiba Portege’s missing pen. It is grey, which I personally like as it’s easier to see among my many black pens and in the pen holder in my case– helps me remember to put it back. It is very responsive; I’m enjoying the eraser which my original did not have.
A good useful product
My son uses the same model stylus so I knew what I was getting. I purchased it to use with my Galaxy Note and It does everything I expect. The eraser on the opposite end of the stylus is an additional feature that can be used to remove a line you don’t want in a sketch and, yes, the eraser also works on the Galaxy Note. The body of the stylus is also big enough to fit comfortably in my hand. It’s a good useful product that’s well worth the money.