|Item model number||CS300UK2|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.7 x 0.4 x 5.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.7 x 0.4 x 5.7 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||February 26, 2014|
Wacom Bamboo Stylus Feel for Galaxy Note Black
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- For select Samsung Galaxy Note devices and Bamboo Pad:
- Bamboo Pad, Samsung Galaxy Note I, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, Galaxy Note Pro 12.2"
- Write and draw with precision and comfort
- Fits comfortably in your hand for extended use
- Wacom's patented precision pen performance with 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity and palm-rejection technology
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The Bamboo Stylus Feel Black works with the Samsung Galaxy Note 1, 2, 3, 8.0, 10.1 and 10.1 2014 edition. This stylish stylus is as comfortable and easy to write with as a real pen. Weighted to fit naturally and easily in the hand, the stylus comes with hard and soft nibs, so you can write and draw with precision. For apps that respond to pressure sensitivity, the Bamboo Stylus feel Black records the weight of every stroke, giving you the feeling of writing fluidly and naturally, just as you would on paper.
Wacom Bamboo Stylus Feel for Samsung Galaxy Note (CS300UK2)
Finally, a stylus for your Samsung Galaxy Note that's less stylus more pen
Rugged yet lightweight, the Bamboo Stylus feel Black has a stylish matte black finish and silver-toned trim. When used with your Samsung Galaxy Note, the stylus provides a writing and drawing experience that imitates the natural feeling of pen on paper.
Exceptional Precision for Drawing and Sketching
The Bamboo Stylus feel’s active pen technology communicates with a special sensor built into your Samsung Galaxy Note. This innovative combination combined with the thin tip of the Bamboo Stylus feel creates a digital note-taking and sketching experience so accurate and precise that it really looks like your handwriting on paper. And Wacom feel technology ensures that your palm print won't get in the way of what you're sketching--the technology's IT sensors ignore your hand when you're using the stylus.
Substantial Stylus Is Comfortable to Use
This stylus has the feel of a real pen, making it easier and more comfortable to use than styluses made of plastic. Its weight and balance make it natural to capture your ideas, thoughts, words, pictures, and plans.
Designed with Style in Mind
The smooth body and protective cap have a sleek matte finish that’s designed to pair perfectly with your Samsung Galaxy Note.
At a Glance:
- Compatibility: Samsung GALAXY Note I, Samsung GALAXY Note II, Samsung GALAXY Note 3, Samsung GALAXY Note 8.0, Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1
- Precise note-taking and sketching with Wacom feel IT technology
- Pressure sensitive for peak performance
- Available in two colors: black and white
- Pen-like shape and balance
- Excellent ergonomics designed to fit the hand's natural contours
What’s in the Box:
Bamboo Stylus feel, nib replacement tool, and two nibs
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To use with my Tab A (with S Pen) I have one of two options. Either pull the existing S pen out of the holder about a half inch or turn off “S Pen Power Saver”. (Go to settings, S Pen, then about half way down is the option to turn on and off this feature).
I have my tablet in a universal cover, which utilizes two magnets for the clasp, sitting behind on side of the tablet. Previously, I used a stylus that I purchased to use with my Samsung Note (1), and because of the magnets, would not work in this area. This Pen also experiences a dead spot here, but not nearly as large. The stylus that came with the tablet experiences a dead spot as well, but slightly smaller than this pen.
The pen itself is a full size pen, with a nice feel in the hand. The button location is near where my finger tips are, but is not as sensitive as the stylus. I do have to look for it to use, but this is better than the error clicks that occur frequently with the stock stylus (or the previous Samsung Pen that I have been using). The overall feel is solid, and I would compare it to a higher end pen (definitely more comfortable than a disposable pen).
Other reviews have complained about the offset between the tip of the pen and the actual marking on the screen. This is present, but in my experience, not to the extent described. The pen seems to track to the location that the nib connects to the pen, not the tip of the nib (where it touches the screen). So Yes, laying the pen on the screen, the tracking circle is about a millimeter behind the tip. But it will also not write in this position, as the tip of the pen cannot touch the screen. The pen itself must be held at least a 45 degree angle to the screen to allow the tip to touch, making the offset about half a millimeter. As I tend to hold the a pen nearly perpendicular to the screen, there is very little offset and does not cause me trouble.
When testing it with the S Memo program, I found that it is pressure sensitive (after setting a wide stroke, barely touching the screen gives a thin line, getting thick the harder pressed). In general, pressing as much as one would with a regular pencil or pen provides the full pressure.
I have tried to use a Capacitive Stylus (the type that can be used with most tablets / phones) before, with the skips and the somewhere on the screen recognition. This is hugely better. Except as noted above, due to the magnetic interference, there is not skips, and the accuracy is good enough for all but the most precise drawings.
The pen feels very durable. It seems to be made from a thick high grade plastic. I believe I had read a review saying this had a metallic shell. This isn't the case but its definitely nice. It came with a replacement tip and the tool to remove the original if needed. The cap does snap on when not in use so I don't have to worry about it arbitrarily falling off. The single button on the shaft works just as it should and seems to be made well enough that I won't have to worry about it breaking.
The only critique I have is that I would personally desire that the button be closer to the position of my finger when holding the pen. This is not a negative though as it's purely taste/style.
Over all, if you want a pen that just feels more like what we normally use, that's easier to hold and control, then this is a good buy!
Tip: I had seen a reviews where people have issues with their note's having a bad displacement with this pen. The answer to this also in another review, was to go to a best buy and test the pen out before purchase. (I chose to chance it and it worked out)
I'm only knocking two stars off because this really was a great pen, I wish it would work with my tablet. I also wish Android would support adjusting the offset.
I could highly recommend this pen IF you write with the pen perpendicular, or only slightly angled, to the device.
This pen is absolute trash and never worked the day I got it.
- It feels nice holding it
- There is a significant offset and does not draw where it should. Mine usually trails from behind the pen nib by quite a lot to where it's pretty intolerable.
- The sensitivity is quite bad. For the pen I got, I needed to press REALLY hard to even make a mark. The only think the Samsung Note 4 can do to help is by turning on the touch sensitivity, which I already tried, but to no avail. I checked online on how I could possibly fix this issue, but there is no way to configure your pen other than there are these things under the button that are called a potentiometers. There are two of them and when the one closest to the nib is turned clockwise it decreases sensitivity and counterclockwise to turn up the sensitivity. So I carefully removed the button to try to resolve my issue and that potentiometer that controls sensitivity was MISSING. It just wasn't there.
My pen is useless.
I am extremely disappointed to say the least. The S pen that came with the phone works better. I just wanted something that was much bigger because the S pen is hard to use for prolonged use.
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So happy using it.
Work all Samsung tablet/fablet users this is recommended.