Edited by ZenBalancer at 4-1-2017 06:38 |
What is the reason for using AAAA and not AAA? Is it only for a more slender/thinner stylus? Does it make that much of a difference? Chuwi designs the Hipens? Or is it the stylus market standard based on the AAAA? Also Kudus to @doodzilla and @Emily for this nice overview.
@All, there are resources that suggest even the Surface Pro 3 stylus uses rechargable AAAA battery, and isn't the only one. And there are rechargable AAAA Ni-MH batteries available. See resources and search further:
https://kurtsh.com/2014/07/15/in ... ce-pro-3-styluspen/
http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/ ... ctive-stylus.63959/
FWIW, I had ordered 2x Hipen H3's from the start, to have the 2nd charged as a ready standin. Also as a backup in case I break my default one, and not waiting for a month for replacement, if still available when it happens. Investing in a tablet with stylus support, would suggest the stylus support and stylus experience matters at least sometimes noticably. The additional stylus doesn't increase total budget by much, but gives me a peace of mind. And if the entire experience doesn't match suggested quality, it wouldn't be that different disputing for 2 styli instead of 1, with the entire package (tablet + keyboard too).
Additionally I've a cheap but effective pen protection appropriate plastic box, with cushioning for the styli-tips, that I will use to minimize probability of causing a defect because of negligence during "storage" in the bag and commute.
Edit: little improvements.