January 7th, 1. Here a cheap product is way more useful than an expensive one since you can take it more places. Here I go again looking for ways to get this tablet to work in Ubuntu. A bit more expense and hassle if you don’t find anything else: Eg, some tablets use a mechanism that needs a battery in the pen, some don’t. Since OSX runs on intel these days, and some people have it running on non-apple machines, and wacom is supported, you may have an angle that way. Without a screen behind it though, handwriting is weird and doesn’t work very well.
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We currently just write equations in Skype in LaTeX code, which is fine. I wanted a way to save hand written notes without taking up real world space.
January 7th, 2. How about under Mac OS X? I imagine that devices like the Nokia Internet Acecsd don’t really allow for note taking? Well, one point is that Wacom may be the only tablet maker who has Mac compatible handwriting recognition, but I’m probably not using that anyway.
Acecat II 5″x5″ Graphics Tablet ACECAD Mouse Replacement
If so, then there are plenty of products available. Here I go again looking for ways to get this tablet to work in Ubuntu. Recent question along the same lines. So I gave up. So here’s another question: Does anyone know of other digital notepads that also work as tablets? But neither works under Mac OS X as a graphics tablet. I found the WizardPen tutorial and since it specifically mentions my tablet as tested and working, I attempted to follow it.
I’m also reluctant to sacrifice portability by including several inches of useless space around the writing area.
Just how much better is a Wacom? Tags for this Thread acecadgraphics tablet. I’m not an artist. I’d also imagined that a graphics tablet might prove useful for working with co-authors remotely. If more is needed just let me know.
A program called VectorPen claims some aacecad support on the Digital notepad side. Some tablets have a cord, some are battery powered and wireless wacom offers both.
The cursor responds to tablet movements now, just not at a 1: Just not cheap ones. I doubt the product you want exists there yet, but I have a feeling that that’s where something of interest to you might come from in the next few years.
[SOLVED] ACECAD Graphics Tablet
Here a cheap product is way more useful than an expensive one since you can take it more places. How about smaller devices like the Pegasus Mobile Notetaker or various digital pens? Some tablets have graded pressure sensitivity, some just detect pen-tip touching vs not touching.
ACECAD Acecat 302 USB Pen & Graphic Tablet
No doubt people will bring up Wacom tablets. The device you link to seems to be a poor-man’s tablet-PC, and Wacom is used in many and used to be most proper tablet-PCs. Wacom has graded sensitivity, generally more levels of pressure too. Attached are the acecas files.