I have been trying to find a stylus to match my laptop that's not very expensive and I have seen mixed reports online about the compatibility with wacom bamboo pens. Can anyone tell me if they are compatible with my laptop? On the about page of settings it says: "pen and touch support with 10 touch points". I don't know if this is relevant but would appreciate any advice.
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This computer is compatible with HP Pen (Microsoft) ,with part number is SPS: 920241-001 (Dark Ash Silver) / 910942-001 (Natural Silver), and HP Tilt Pen (Microsoft) , with part number HP SPS: 929863-001 (Dark Ash Silver) / 929863-002 (Natural Silver).
Computers that support the HP Pen can also support the HP Tilt Pen, but the tilt performance might not work on older computers.
Regarding the bamboo pens,
Non-HP branded active styluses are not supported on HP computers and might not be compatible.
A passive stylus (also known as capacitive stylus) functions the same as your finger on the screen. Passive styluses do not require batteries, and they work on any touch screen device.
While non-HP branded passive stylus are not supported by HP, most will work with HP touchscreen computers and tablets.
You may look into this link for further reference.
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