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I agree. Just that if only my OneNote 2016 Desktop actually offer palm rejection on my Surface Pro 3. Every time I try to take notes. It always seem to swipe to different section of the page. It is annoying when you are in a hurry taking notes while Professor doesn't stop.
Ooh, I appreciate your reply.Yep, I was like you. I didn't care about tablets and thought it was useless until I was lend one from one of my organization at college and love it. It is light and has the amazing battery life (never own Apple devices except iPod Nano 7th gen).Heh, that is why I went out to buy iPad Air after I was finished with my organization and had to return the iPad. After few years has pass, I still ponder about the iPad Pro now that it has been...
Haha, I did for about a year and half. Still love it but the inconsistently connecting Bluetooth to the app is crazy! That is why I wish there was a new iPad with first party stylus that work without Bluetooth and Apple came out with iPad Pro ...Yeah, it is crazy how I'm just spending money on useless gadgets. :SIf only there is one tablet that can offer the best note taking experience without issues.
Maybe you could get an iPad Mini or iPad Air?You could snag one of those 2 pretty cheap under $400 dollar for old gens.IMO iPads are pretty good at managing their battery life, so you should have a nice whole day gaming and/or watching videos without charging.
Really? Although I am using the Surface Pro 3 Pen, I didn't think Surface Pro 4 Pen have Palm Rejection. I mean I just thought both Surface Pro 3 Pen and Surface Pro 4 Pen have palm rejection.Hmm, I guess I will give it a shot and see.
I know it is a bit silly about it. It is mostly for note taking experience. I'm not sucking Apple or anything. I just like what I feel it works for me after months of experience.Although the big downside for iPad Pro is that it is totally useless when I use it at work to waste time (yes, my supervisor allows us if there isn't any students asking for help) compare to my Surface Pro 3. Like you said, it is a full blown PC, so I can do so many things.
Hello Sir or Madam, I am deciding whether or not I should buy an iPad Pro 9.7 w/ Apple Pencil or I should stop buying tablets. Reason is that, I tend to use tablets to take notes with a stylus, so I can carry less for my classes and go green-ish.  My first tablet was iPad Air 32GB and I used third party stylus, Adonit Jot Touch and Script 2.0. I really love using my iPad Air to handwrite the notes and been using it for a year. Since it is a third party stylus, it made it...
Welp, you already answer your own question.You can always buy it and try it out.
Yeah, it is quite nice to do it, but the problem is syncing on OneDrive. If you have ****load of PowerPoints Slides on OneNotes, it takes FOREVER to sync all of them to another device.Last year on Spring 2015, I have sync ****lot of PowerPoint slides on my OneDrive. Holy crap, it took me over 2-4 weeks to only sync 1/3rd of them!Microsoft need to make their OneDrive syncing faster IMO, lol.Oh well, this year, none of my Professor are using PowerPoint slides. :S Bummer.
I find Chrome is better although it does lacked features for touchscreen. :SEdge uses a lot of performance even more than Chrome even though they claimed it is lighter and better than Chrome. :SI did heard Edge will be getting an Extensions support soon.Firefox, I don't know. I barely use it.
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