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

Sentiment score: 11
Reddit mentions: 28

We found 28 Reddit mentions of Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung Pencil, EMR Technology, Yellow Black (GP-U999ERIPAAB). Here are the top ones.

Traditional pencil shape and look and feel for a very natural writing and drawing experience on your Samsung devicePassive EMR technology, no charging neededAttractive Noris stripe design (yellow-black)MADE IN GERMANY, transparent plastic cap for protection, wood content from PEFC-certified German forestsCompatible 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“

Found 28 comments on Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung Pencil, EMR Technology, Yellow Black (GP-U999ERIPAAB):

u/notmyname1 · 17 pointsr/chromeos

If you're looking for a larger stylus for longer writing/drawing sessions, the Staedtler Digital Pencil ($15) works great. Also, with either this or the included stylus, Squid is amazing. Zero lag.

u/denniskempin · 5 pointsr/chromeos

I have recently ordered a bunch off Amazon and tested them. I found these two to work well:

Wacom Bamboo Stylus for Galaxy Note: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IWJM9SW

Samsung S-Pencil: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072N31S7C

My personal favorite is the S-Pencil, both because it reminds me of my childhood, and also because of the smooth tip.

u/[deleted] · 5 pointsr/chromeos

My response from another thread we had a while ago, those two are still the only ones I found to work:

I have recently ordered a bunch off Amazon and tested them. I found these two to work well:

Wacom Bamboo Stylus for Galaxy Note: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IWJM9SW

Samsung S-Pencil: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072N31S7C

My personal favorite is the S-Pencil, both because it reminds me of my childhood, and also because of the smooth tip.

u/watterott · 3 pointsr/androidtablets

The S Pen that comes with the Tab S3 is actually very comfortable. It should work well with the Tab A as well. Another option you can try is the Norris Digital - https://www.amazon.com/Staedtler-Digital-Samsung-Technology-GP-U999ERIPAAB/dp/B072N31S7C/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1526057081&sr=8-1&keywords=norris+digital+pencil

u/digitizerstylus · 3 pointsr/stylus

There's the Staedler pencil which is getting excellent reviews, although I haven't tried it personally. There's the Tab S3 pen which is very good and a little larger than the "toothpick" pens. I personally use a Wacom Bamboo Feel but they don't seem to be available any more for a reasonable price. They were $30-$40, and now they're going for $100-$400...

u/aaronhong13 · 3 pointsr/GalaxyNote8

For anyone wanting one of these things of beauty.


u/kwed76 · 3 pointsr/chromeos

The included stylus doesn't have buttons. I have a class set of them. Just a standard stylus. There is one on Amazon
Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung Pencil, EMR Technology, Yellow Black (GP-U999ERIPAAB) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072N31S7C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_vkbLBbCCNEV64

I hear it's good. I haven't bought it. I have an old pen cased stylus from my note pro 12.2 that I use.

u/azucenessa · 3 pointsr/stylus

You need a Wacom EMR pen/Samsung S Pen
So you can either purchase one from one of the OEM's like

u/TCMGhost · 2 pointsr/chromeos

Forgot to mention you will want to pick up a different stylus for the Chromebook for heavy usage. The portability is excellent with the provided stylus but it is designed as a "add on" for people doing quick notes rather than the professional artist. My hand does cramp due to the barrel size of the provided stylus. While the ones I linked aren't the only choices you need to make sure you get the ones designed for the older Surface tablets and/or Wacom compatible technology. I think there are a few subreddits posted about this in the Samsung Chromebook subs...
Some choices are:

u/xillin · 2 pointsr/stylus

The following devices all have Wacom EMR digitizers and would for example work with the Staedtler noris digital ($27)

  • chromebook plus about $400
  • chromebook pro about $500
  • Galaxy tab S3 about $450
  • Acer Chrome OS tablet to be released in the coming weeks, $329
  • Lenovo 500e about $300

    Which one you want probably depends on whether you want a keyboard or not and how much you value screen size, resolution and quality (All except the lenovo are "retina", either 12 inch 3:2, 10 inch Amoled or 9.7 4:3 Ipad screen or garbage for the lenovo one).

    Appwise, Inkredible Pro is pretty nice as is LectureNotes. Inkredible has nicer pens and design, but LectureNotes has more features.
u/Sumpfgas · 2 pointsr/e_pad

I've tested the Wacom pen of my Lenovo Yoga Book (ZA0V0256DE) and the Stadtler Noris Digital ( https://www.amazon.de/Staedtler-Samsung-Bleistift-Technologie-gp-u999eripaab/dp/B072N31S7C ). Both worked fine on the E-Pad.
Next week I'll try the Wacom CS-400 Bamboo Stylus feel carbon ( https://www.amazon.de/Wacom-CS-400-Pr%C3%A4zisions-Eingabestift-ausgew%C3%A4hlte/dp/B00A7IIES0 ) and the Samsung EJ-PT820BSEGWW S Pen. I think the will show proper function as well.

u/grimmpulse · 2 pointsr/GalaxyNote9

Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung Pencil, EMR Technology, Yellow Black (GP-U999ERIPAAB) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072N31S7C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_nbKIBbSZ1WV63

Worked great with my Note 8... all 2 hours until I put it in my back pocket walking to a meeting... then sat down.

Pro Tip- don’t put in back pocket...

Was able to epoxy the parts together, but it was never the same... a bit bent feeling and weakened at the repair points.

FYI: the body of the pencil is just like a normal pencil (even with a lead like center). It only the area that looks like a sharpened pencil tip that has the S-Pen -parts

u/7past2 · 2 pointsr/GalaxyNote9

Some people like the Staedtler Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072N31S7C?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

u/joyfulali · 2 pointsr/chromeos

I'd like to chime in here because I am in the exact same position as you, wanting a note-taking device for college (grad school in my case).

I got the Chromebook Plus Version 1 because of the following:
-form factor - it's basically the size of a regular notepad, so really great for notetaking (I use Squid)
-ability to use linux apps (not that I have, but that I could)

I really like it, and have had a lot of comments about my setup. I got the Staedtler Noris Digital Pencil for handwriting notes - this is an amazing improvement over the built in stylus, which isn't bad to begin with.

I'm not a huge fan of the keyboard, but the CBP might be better. I find it cramped, but am getting used to it.

The surface is soft and marks/scratches. Not sure if that matters to you.

Your biggest challenge will be to find the right combination of apps to make a workflow that is good for you. I work mostly in squid, where I can import pdfs to mark up, and also do handwritten notes on lined "paper", or other types of "paper" markings. Some people choose to send squid documents to Evernote so that they can be OCR'd and thus searchable, but I have found this workflow to be cumbersome. I'm still trying to get the right workflow myself and welcome anyone else's suggestions.

I used a chromebook all the way through my MBA as my exclusive computer. When I did my MS in Data analytics I needed to install specific software on a Windows laptop. Now, in a PhD program, I can do most of my work on my Chromebook which is nice and portable, but I still need my Windows laptop for specific software.

I hope this helps somewhat. If you have the opportunity, get some hands-on time with the device to make sure that it works for you. With using it in tablet mode for note taking especially - the form factor will matter (not too big, not too narrow...)

Happy to answer more questions if you have any, acknowledging that I have a different model than the one you are looking at.

u/hkultraman · 1 pointr/GalaxyNote8

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


May be you can try this. I have ordered one.

u/DWDowager · 1 pointr/chromeos

I bought one of these some time ago
It works really well with my Chromebook Pro and feels more natural for drawing than the original stylus. Of course, it doesn't fit into the stylus slot on the keyboard, so I just keep it in my pencil cup.

u/Expat123456 · 1 pointr/tablets

Remember it is using Wacom proprietary tech. So find a Wacom stylus that you feel perfect is limited. .

I. E. Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung Pencil, EMR Technology, Yellow Black (GP-U999ERIPAAB) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072N31S7C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_34YKDbEXWT0PQ

You are better off taping/modding the pen.

The 1st Gen Surface tablets had a Wacom screen pen. You could look for those. Only the first and 2nd Gen Surface. But that will be old tech in terms of pressure sensitivity.

Zodiac Digitizer Stylus Pen 1024 Pressure for Microsoft Surface Pro 1 Pro 2 IBM/THINKPAD Lenovo X201T/X220/X220T/X230/X230i/X230T/W700 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DNH1PL4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_UmZKDbKTC4KH6

u/kevinstonge · 1 pointr/GalaxyNote8

Lots of people love the Staedtler stylus (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072N31S7C) ... I think it's pretty neat but I'm not a fan of carrying extra shit around, so mine stays next to my bed 24/7.

I did pick up a GearVR and ... ehhhh... some people love it but I just am not impressed by the quality of the games available nor by the quality of most 360 YouTube videos. I mean you can pay $8 for a game that nobody would play for FREE if it weren't for the novelty of wearing your phone on your face.

Otherwise, it depends what you want to do, maybe get one of those attachable lenses to enhance the camera. Maybe get a case that can hold a couple of credit cards and cash so that you can try to go without a wallet.

u/meatwaddancin · 1 pointr/chromeos

Snapping Android windows came out last week in Chrome OS 65 😁

I can't say for certain because I haven't used a Wacom pad recently, but I believe Chrome OS does support them natively. Swear i tried one on my old Cr-48 I think. Just buy from somewhere with a return policy and try one out!

I've had trouble finding docks with 2 USB C female ports (same for battery packs), seems to just be because of the times. In the future I'm sure they'll exist.

Finally as a side note, if you're into using the stylus (on your Chromebook screen), someone on Reddit once suggested this, and it's pretty awesome: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072N31S7C

u/Catodacat · 1 pointr/chromeos

Another option that I have heard of is

I believe it will work as well, but I do not have a plus/pro to test it on yet.

u/snogglethorpe · 1 pointr/chromeos

There seem to be EMR styluses that have a more pencil-like form factor, e.g.: https://www.amazon.com/Staedtler-Digital-Samsung-Technology-GP-U999ERIPAAB/dp/B072N31S7C/

(the Amazon page actually says it's compatible with the Samsung Chromebook Plus).

u/kheit7 · 1 pointr/chromeos

I have yet to buy a new one but another redditor recommended this one
Staedtler Noris Digital Samsung Pencil, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072N31S7C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_kXh.zb1E6FBX8