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HTC Stylus Scribe Digital Pen for Flyer, EVO View 4G, Jetstream Tablets (99H10269-00) Retail Packaging

4.2 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews
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Product Description

-Compatible with HTC Flyer tablets: For wide-ranging use. -Versatile functionality: Allows you to jot down notes or write on digital photos, screen captures and more. -Metal and plastic construction: For strength and durability.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.4 x 3.5 x 0.6 inches
Item Weight 1.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.4 ounces
Manufacturer HTC
ASIN B0052E4FJ6
Item model number 99H10269-00
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,445 in Computers & Accessories > Tablet Accessories > Styluses
#2,139 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Input Devices
#213,367 in Electronics > Cell Phones & Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com July 15, 2011

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The pen is great. You can write on the HTC Flyer almost as good as a real pen on paper. There isn't the same tactile feedback as with paper - the screen obviously is hard glass. But the pen is as thin as a normal pen and it feels like metal in your hand and has a good grip.

But it does not come with any spare nibs. I am told that the nibs do wear and might need replacing - obviously depending upon usage. Contacted HTC and their preferred accessories seller, and no spare nibs are available. Must be somewhere, but I cannot find them.

However, Fujitsu sell a pen that looks the same, but in black and only has one button on it - just the highlighter, not the eraser. I have bought this pen too. It works perfectly and is every bit as good as the HTC pen. Comes with a spare nib also. It is less than $40 including postage directly from Fujitsu. I am told that Lenovo sell a similar pen also.
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This pen actually writes better on the Surface Pro 3 than the original. The hard tip makes it so very little pressure is needed to start inking. However, I wish it was a little longer so it would be better to hold. All in all for the price it's a steal! I bought two because it was so cheap and fits perfectly in the Surface Pro Cover Pen Loop. When my surface pen wears down, I'll be using these two until I feel like getting another original or when Microsoft decides to have nib replacements.
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I purchased a couple of these pens as a backup for my Q series Fujitsu tablets. They are almost the same as the stock pens sold by Fujitsu although there are some differences. There is no lanyard attachment point at the cap and no nibs come with the pens. They also use the older Fujitsu N-Trig nibs rather than the newer style which comes stock with the Q572 tablet. All the same these are less than half the price and a good backup. I found I can salvage nibs and end caps from old worn pens I no longer use. The lanyard is critical since I use my tablets for field work and found they don't survive more than a few drops before failing.
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Works great on Acer R7 second Generation.
Not eighty dollars either.
What more do I need to say.
Try it.....
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I used it for my surface pro 3 as a replacement pen, but it is a lot less sensitive. While writing, the tip actually needs to be pressed down...you can feel the tip depress until it actually starts writing! I really didn't like it. I gave it 3* since I bought it for something it was not made for. Maybe it works well for the HTC tablet/phone?
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But there are better quality N-trig duo pens out there.
The pen feels slippery in the hand, a bit too much.
Also it should be about an inch longer.
The nib is non replaceable and quite hard.
N-trig's digitizer technology still has a way to go.
It works as an inexpensive replacement thought...
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Acer sells a similar pen...looks almost exactly the same....for $50. So far this appears to work just as well.

Pen construction is good and is light in the hand.

Delivered as promised.
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I am glad I waited to purchase this pen. My HTC Flyer had a lot of glitches after the last firmware update. It would freak out when it detected my finger print was on the home icon. It would not stop until I cleaned the area. Two things helped make buying the Flyer a great buy. First I added a screen protector that helped with smudging. The other was buying this stylus (for 20 bucks!) It makes the tablet VERY responsive! And there are some cool apps that really show off what HTC intended. I thought about getting another tablet but now I'm happy! I might get another one.
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