I can't speak from experience because I'm using a 2 1/2 year old crappy Gateway Tablet PC. But I've been considering an HP. I couldn't find any information on HP's tablets, so I asked, and this is what they said:
Ntrig's digitizer has the advantage of multi-touch in addition to pen. That sounds potentially helpful. Ntrig claims a precision of ~0.4 mm, while Wacom claims ~.25mm for Intuos 4 tablets and ~.5mm for Bamboo pen tablets. So they're probably similar in precision to a Bamboo. Not bad.Thank you for contacting HP Total Care.
I understand from your email description that you are looking for the HP TouchSmart tx2z-1300 CTO Notebook PC information.
I completely understand your concern about the Digitizer pen and assure to provide enough information.
1. The pen uses technology from a company called "Ntrig"
2. It is pressure sensitive, however we dont have information on the levels of sensitivity.
3. No it does not contain battery.
4. It does not have any buttons which add any kind of functionality.
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They don't give information on pressure sensitivity. I'm guessing it's present but not all that impressive... it certainly wouldn't be better than an Intuos 3.