Cinebient wrote:I tryed it now several times with GarageBand and if it´s well implemented it´s a very useful workflow.
As much as I think it's great, it would be absolutely useless for me. It's rare that I'm interacting directly with my laptop, as I have it mounted at an ergonomically practical height, and use an external trackpad/keyboard. The minute they fit the touch-strip to an external keyboard, I'd be all over it (That's if this wan't my last Mac )
Cinebient wrote:the pencil with the news screen is great bit it´s still miles away from pen and paper.
And imo that's a good thing
I mentioned the perceived lag when inking, but I didn't find it affected the functionality in any way. Everything I wrote was clear, neat, and the pen accurately tracked at the speed I would normally use it (And that is different to how you use it when you want to test for lag).
To speak to your statement: Yes! It is miles away from pen and paper. However, in most ways (for me), it improves on pen and paper. In fact, apart from the ability to use pen and paper in direct sunlight, I can't think of any other benefit over this current tab/pen combo
I almost wish I'd never tried it. I have so much written work that I need to do, currently, that would really benefit from this technology. Unfortunately my current combo (iPad 3 + Adonit Jot Pro) doesn't work well enough, and I am having to use pen/paper, and then photographing the results
Anyway, here's someone who I love watching: