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03-20-2015 06:43 PM
Hi, I recently lost my digitizer pen to my touchsmart tm2 notebook, I looked for an exact replacement to this pen but they seem to be out of stock. Are there other digitizer pens that work with my notebook you can recomend?
I don't mind buying another brand or another type of pen from HP so as long as it works with my notebook.
Plus I don't want to draw with my mouse ( Btw I am an illustrator)
03-23-2015 06:58 PM
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08-04-2015 11:16 AM
I am also in need of replacing the pen. I need just the nib actually. Can you tell me where I can buy new nibs or what currently available pens will work.
Exact same question as previous commenter. Also an illustrator.
Thanks! Urgent need! I have the HP Touchsmart TM2 2050.
06-06-2016 12:21 PM
I would prefer it if HP would allow one to buy basic replacement parts and not have to broadcast pleas by joining forums incurring much time sacrifice.
My nephews have managed to render unusable the stylus pen for my HP TouchSmart tm2-1010ea.
I am comfortable with my current LapTop and would be most annoyed should I have to replace it for the lack of a stylus!
I'd like just a replacement stylus pen. Is this possible, or have HP found a way of losing another customer. If there is no solution I wont be going Apple as I've already briefly been sucked into their arrogant expensive up-selling. I'll befriend a new less frustrating hardware supplier.
12-03-2016 12:27 AM - edited 12-03-2016 12:48 AM
The manual for your PC with an illustrated parts breakdown
The HP part number for the digitizer pen is 593028-001.
The price varies considerably.
In the US
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