Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung Pencil, EMR Technology, Yellow Black (GP-U999ERIPAAB)

Staedtler Noris Digital Pen (Yellow Black).

Product Features

  • Traditional pencil shape and look and feel for a very natural writing and drawing experience on your Samsung device
  • Passive EMR technology, no charging needed
  • Attractive Noris stripe design (yellow-black)
  • MADE IN GERMANY, transparent plastic cap for protection, wood content from PEFC-certified German forests
  • Compatible with various Samsung devices:
    – Tablet: Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 / Galaxy Tab A 9.7 with S pen / Galaxy Tab A 10.1 with S pen / Galaxy Tab S3 / Galaxy Note pro 12.2 / Galaxy Tab A 8.0 with S pen / Galaxy Book
    – Phone: Galaxy Note3 / Galaxy Note4 / Galaxy Note5 / Galaxy Note3 Neo / Galaxy Note Edge
    – Chromebook: Chromebook Plus / Chromebook Pro
    – Notebook: Notebook 9 Pro 13.3″ / 15.0″

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2 Responses to Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung Pencil, EMR Technology, Yellow Black (GP-U999ERIPAAB)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Great S Pen First I must confess to being an S Pen addict, the Staedtler Noris Digital pen sparked my curiosity thinking it was just a novelty, however the price is somewhat cheaper than the current S Pen. Curiosity won the day and I ordered one, first impressions it looks and feels exactly like the shape everyone is familiar with, approximately 1 1/2 inches longer than the S Pen supplied with the Galaxy Tab S3 it also comes with a protective cap for when not in use. Testing it works great on the tab S3 I…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Like a real wooden pencil. Writing this Review with Staedtler on a Galaxy Note 8. And I love this. This is one of the most natural handwriting experiences I’ve ever had. And as an owner of the Note Line since the Note 2 that’s saying something. I like the digital pencil better than most of the Wacom styli because of the lack of button. I know I’m in the minority here.But as an old fogie and bonafide butter fingers I’m constantly pushing the button on my Wacom styli while in the middle of writing rant.No…

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