Nov 23, 2014

List of Hanvon Digitizer Pen Tablets

Hanvon is a company that produces many digitizer devices.  Sometimes their digitizer's look very similar to Wacom's digitizers--it's almost as if the pens were manufactured in the same factory!  While the pens of each company have a very similar look they are unlikely to work with devices of the other brand.  Hanvon uses their own Electromagnetic Resonance Touch (ERT) module, and may or may not have touch enabled.

Sometimes the Hanvon devices have a pen listed on the product pages.  However, the pen may or may not be a digitizer.

Main links:
  • Pens and technology (range from 256 to 2048 levels of pressure)
  • Smartphone
  • Tablets
    • Interactive Pen Tablet
      • Art Master (AM 1209, AM 1107, AM 0806, AM 0605, AM 0504), 1024 PL, default pens are GC6A01 and GC7A01, has bezel buttons
      • Art Master III/3 (AM 3L, AM 3M, AM 3S), 2048 PL, default pen is GC8D01, has bezel buttons.
      • GraphicPal (GP 0806, GP 0605, GP 0504), 1024 PL, default pen is GC5A01, no bezel buttons.
      • GraphicPal III/3 (9x6 inches and 6x4 inches), 2048 PL, unknown default pen, has bezel buttons.
      • Painting Master (PM 0806, PM 0605, PM 0504), 1024 PL, unknown pen (although this image shows something similar to GC6A01), does not appear to have bezel buttons.
      • Rollick (RL 0604, RL 0504), 1024 PL, default pen looks like GC5A01, it may have bezel buttons.
      • Wireless Tablet WL0604M, 1024 PL, default pen looks like GC7D01, no bezel buttons.
    • Interactive Pen Display
    • Windows/Android Tablets
      • TouchPad B16 Windows 7 tablet, 10.1 inch at 1024x700, Atom Z530 CPU, unknown pen (although it looks very similar to a Fujitsu LifeBook Digitizer, which is Wacom Penabled--but if it uses Hanvon technology then it's not Wacom), no apparent bezel buttons.
      • Hanvon D10, an Android 2.3 tablet with Nvidia Tegra 2 at 1GHz, 10.1 inch screen at 1280x800 pixels, having a 16:10 aspect ratio, unknown pen, no visible bezel buttons.

  • WISEreader
    • 6-inch readers (the pens here look more like styluses than digitizers)
    • 9-inch readers

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