Gear: S10-3T, Dagi Stylus, Capacitive Stylus.
A good amount of people like the touch only capacitive screens, but sometimes it doesn't feel very precise. Some tablets do offer pressure sensitive digitizers, but the S10-3T cannot use them. The S10-3T has to use what they call a "stylus". A stylus is nothing more than a stick that pushes the screen, it is not a digitizer which is an "electronic device".
Capacitive pens/styluses see on the iPad are what would work with the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3T. These pens emulate the finger press, and are not as precise as Wacom or N-Trig digitizers.
There are many capacitive pens that will work with the S10-3T including: Dagi Stylus, oStylus (video), and many others.
As you can see on my Dagi video the silver model was not working properly, the black one was. The Dagi stylus does have metal and when the gummy part wears of there's a risk of scratching your screen.
WACOM PENABLED DIGITIZERS DO NOT WORK WITH THE S10-3T