Items tagged with DirectStylus

NVIDIA may have its own reference platform to market to tablet makers, but its quad-core Tegra 4 chip is showing up in plenty of places, as well. NVIDIA and HP announced two new tablets running the processor, the HP Slate 7 Extreme and HP Slate 8 Pro, which follow two previous Tegra 4 devices, the HP SlateBook X2 and HP Slate All-In-One. HP Slate 7 Extreme The HP Slate 7 Extreme is a 7-inch (1280x800) device boasting NVIDIA’s DirectStylus technology, so you can make use of handwriting input with the included digital pen and companion apps. It also has 16GB of storage, front-facing stereo... Read more...
Although it was a standard implement years ago, few mobile devices today come with a digital stylus. Samsung, with its Galaxy Note products, is an exception, and now NVIDIA is getting in on the action with a digital stylus of its own. Powered by NVIDIA DirectStylus technology, the “low cost” pen (NVIDIA didn’t specify a price) is pressure-sensitive, so users can vary the thickness of a drawn line by adding or reducing pressure. The other end of the stylus functions just like an eraser--which also recognizes and reacts to applied pressure. NVIDIA says the technology can recognize... Read more...