Title ext: ...for device detection and pressure sensitivity.
Today I purchased another TouchSmart machine further to the convertible tablet/laptop: the HP Touchsmart 520 PC, an all-in-one pc with multi-touch capabilities running Windows 7, of course.
I'd like to pose the question to those who are in the know about these types of machines to ask about whether there are any drivers
that can link my WACOM stylus from my graphics tablets (Intuos 3/5/Bamboo) so that it recognizes it as an input device.
The seller rightly told me that it'd work without any software, but it's a little tricky at the moment in drawing because the thing recognizes my hand as an input device - should I turn this feature off, then the pen/stylus doesn't work (because there is no driver
I'd also like some pressure sensitivity, but this may come with a driver, whether official or not, which may be out there...
Please could someone advise me on how to link up my TouchSmart with a stylus I have or point me in the right direction to a stylus which will work the way I'd like?
Thank you a whole bunch for the help,
and many kind regards,