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  1. I have a Dell Touchscreen Monitor, ST2240, I believe. I want to use it with my electronic medical records. The handwriting recognition will be very helpful, but I can not find a stylus to write fine enough to make the text box recognize anything unless it is just HUGE lettering. It is way too coarse even with the smallest of tips that I can find and even with changing writing settings to "very fine". I have tried several "capacitance" type styli, even Adonis Jot, but none work. I tried the stylus from my Lenovo tablet, but it is pressure based and did not work at all on this type of touchscree
  2. My iPad is great however, every stylus I try to use which has a rubber tip sticks on my iPad when I try to use note taking apps on it. Anyone have a good tip or a stylus that doesn't stick? Thanks
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