05-02-2016 02:20 PM
According to this website forum -
then there are Wintab drivers for Synaptics pens, such as the Spectre x360 series. This enables older software with many pen features
They appear to be at -
for 64 bit systems
and for 32 bit systems
06-22-2016 06:31 PM
Any other recommendations?
07-14-2016 11:15 PM
Just finding out that I - and a lot of people in many forums - confuse the Dell Active Pen (pn556w) and the Dell Active Stylus (750 AAGN). Apparently an absolutely different kind of technology. Stupid me, just wasted the investment of a pn556w which is NOT compatible with the Spectre x360 (the other one reportedly is)... but can't help finding it a little too subtile putting THE important information into bracketed kryptos. Or should it have been clear from naming one "pen" and the other "stylus"??
07-21-2016 07:40 PM
I too am having issues getting an active stylus to work with my spectre x360. I initially tried the HP Active stylus, couldn't get it to work, the tech support couldn't figure it out either, and said it wasn't compatible. Hmmm.
So, I just got the Dell 750 in the mail today, and I can't get that to work either. I tried installing first the 64 bit driver, and then uninstalled that one and tried the 32- no dice.
Anyone having any luck with these?
07-22-2016 06:37 PM
Ugh. I have the 13" 2 in 1 convertible with the 512 SSD. I went through such a hassle at best buy with them sending me the HP active stylus first, which I couldn't get to work and neither could they, so they thouht it was a dud and ordered me another one. When the next one arrived, still no dice. The agents that helped me that time said, oh, it's not compatible. Sigh. So, I tried ordering the Dell one recommended on this thread and I can't get that to work either.
I just can't believe HP would make such an awesome machine without bundling a stylus.