brettmansdorf 6 Posted January 2, 2013 Share Posted January 2, 2013 OK, used the 'ink' side of Evernote for years... Although it was quite an improvement from the 90's and my CrossPad, it suffered from hardware/software failures on the tablet manufacturers... From the beloved little fujitsu's without palm detection (frustrations), through the solution - my brick of a lenovo X200 series with active digitizer (worked great - just HUGE). Now with a current Win8 tablet... EN seems a bit busy with the beloved Metro app and I'm sure other items, so I'm not holding my breath on a Q1 release of Penultimate for Win8. As for the Surface tablets - had one for 2 days - seemed a bit lacking in functionality - Microsoft certainly seemed to aim for the ipad crowd (and missed)... For me - they are useless - as I have needs for a full fledged notebook, and have always had a smallish fujitsu in the car or with me. I never made the switch to the iPad. However, I would like some insight from someone who went from Windows based tablet - inking in Evernote - to an ipad with Penultimate.I used to use Ink Seine (microsoft research), which when it worked - was awesome... I've had issues downloading it to the new (toy) Win8Pro tablet, and considering its 4+ years old, I doubt its headed for production nor support... I'm losing patients and am likely to simply buy an ipad just for this... My question is - anyone out there switched from inking in the desktop windows software of Evernote to an iPad with penultimate? Your worth on the product would be appreciated...I hate to be rude, but if you didn't ink on a WINDOWS based tablet - I don't need to hear your opinion (you have no basis to answer the question which relates more to feel and quality than function).As always, appreciate the help. Link to comment
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