I don't understand what you mean by "with a digitizer" would you mind explaining?I use the MobileWrite app to write using a stylus instead of the keyboard into documents, websites, anywhere that requires text input.Is there a better means of taking handwritten notes?DamienMolaMolard;40273 said:I mean with a digitizer. I would appreciate any feedbacks !
I think those Styli would work just fine.In the video of MyLetter I posted I am using a wooden chopstick I bought at a 100 yen shop and it seems to work just fine.If I was back in the U.S. where I have my Dremel and other tools stored I would buy a proper stylus with a larger head (similar to a knitting needle but non-conductive) and then add a hole to my ZT-180 case to store the stylus. I would probably add something inside my case too that would squeeze the stylus and hold it in place while transporting my tablet.MolaMolard;46902 said:@The Omen: do you think this kind of stylus works with the tablet ?Palm Tungsten T Stylus 3-Pack: Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories
I have tried myletter on my zt-180; all I can say is, I ended up uninstalling it because it was just not user friendly; for instance, you cannot open the notes you write with the app, and you cannot add notes to an old saved note... It saves the notes a images; which would be nice if you were really hand writing a letter to mail to someone.I have since installed Genial Writing.apk; its the best hand writing app out there, in my opinion. It does it all; in fact I would say without it, my ZT-180 is not worth much in an office environment. I take notes during meetings, keep my to-do list, and have even drawn a flaw chart on it in a brain storming session at work... its one of the best apps out there for office use.MolaMolard;40273 said:I mean with a stylus/digitizer. I would appreciate any feedbacks !