Here’s some more info on the stylus used on the Hi12, it’s called the HiPen H1. It looks like the same pen I have for the Teclast X3 Pro I’m waiting on and it’s common for manufacturers to use the same hardware and ODM to supply the stylus used on their tablets. And it also looks like the Cube iwork10 Ultimate stylus?
The only difference with the Hi12 Windows only version and the Hi12 Dual Boot version according to Chuwi is the screen, the new dual boot model has the hardware required within the screens panel to support an active stylus.
The specs of the Chuwi HiPen H1 stylus are as follows:
- Active touch chipset, 256
levels pressure sensitivity
- 1.2 mm pen tip, 13.9 cm
length and 16 g weight
- Two function buttons: Can
realize the left/right mouse button click
- Auto sleep function for power
saving. Can be continuously used about 250 hours
The stylus will be available for purchase next month. I’ll be testing my Teclast branded stylus on my unit as soon as I can and I’ll update you if it works or not. My guess is, it will. As they look exactly the same and have the same specs. Banggood is now shipping this stylus supported Hi12 Dual OS model and possibly other Chinese retailers.