Can anyone confirm the type of digitizer on the x2 pro?

Can anyone confirm the type of digitizer on the x2 pro?

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    mike
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    I’ve seen the x2 pro’s digitizer referred to as a wacom.  The review said it’s similar to the Venue 11 which is Synaptics.  Is it possible it’s Atmel or N-Trig?

    I haven’t seen a definite answer from anyone.  Can someone who had the thing apart confirm what’s in there?

    I appreciate it, Thanks.

    #18249

    sirdrak
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    I’m almost sure that is a Synaptics stylus like the Dell’s ones.

    #18606

    Alberto96
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    Goodix Digitalizer. (probably a proprietary feature)

    UPDATE: I’m testing it and it works absolutely great. Palm rejection works when you touch the screen with the stylus.

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    #19340

    mike
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    hows pressure sensitivity working?

    #19864

    Hualalai
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    The pen that works on the X2 Pro is N-Trig.  Received my X2 Pro today, and it recognized the pen upon first boot.  The Wacom pen does not use a battery.  The N-Trig pen requires an AAAA battery.

    #21359

    Nikos Papanikolaou
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    Hello,
    Can I use different brands of Active Pens? Like Sony VAIO original Digitizer Stylus Pen VGP-STD2?
    Can anyone recommend a better(if there) one?
    Thnx in advance!

    #24411

    Dieter
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    Is anyone using a Surface pro 3 stylus on the x2 pro?

    #24776

    hsancha
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    Hello, 

    Has anyone tried a stylus different from the original ?.

    I tested a 750-DELL AAHC, but I did not get it recognized.

    Thanks

     

    #62551

    Thoquz
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    I’m also looking for alternative stylus’ for the X2 pro, as the original stylus is no longer being produced and thus is nearly impossible to buy.

    Could we maybe find compatible stylus’ from taking apart the tablet and looking for the chip responsible for the active stylus technology, or maybe disassembling the drivers used for the sensor?

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