The CUBE i7 Stylus uses WACOM technology for stylus support. You can install their driver to get better control like Pressure Sensitivity. Expresii has built-in Pressure Adjustment tool, and it should work in conjunction with WACOM's. On Win8+, the stylus works with Expresii with or without the WACOM driver.
If you want to buy a CUBE i7 Stylus and you're not within reach of these shops at taobao (they may ship to Hong Kong, Taiwan, or even Singapore) or can't use Chinese to communicate with them, you can check out this page for more information.
We'll have more demos coming using this nicely-built and affordable Chinese tablet. Stay tuned.
Last winter, we got the PiPO W5, an 8" Atom-based windows tablet. It is fast enough to run Expresii Lite, but Expresii Full is too heavy for it. In first half of 2015, new Intel Core-m based tablets are coming out and we were eagerly anticipating models that come with stylus support. We recently acquired the CUBE i7 Stylus and we're impressed! Finally, we have mobile device that can run Expresii Full smoothly! And it's not expensive at all - US$360 ($325 if bought from within China). Stylus sold separately. (update 2015-10: Taobao shops now often include the stylus as a ' gift')
Just watch this quick demo of playing around with our virtual ink - it's a dream come true, really:
The compression in the video makes the screenshots fussy. Check out the following shots instead or head over to Flickr to see the shots at full HD.
The Core-m processor in the CUBE i7 is rated at 4.5W and is passively cooled i.e. the tablet is fanless so there's no noise coming out whatsoever. The only complain we have for the i7 is that when running heavy application the left side of the tablet is too hot to touch. You have to put it on a holder, and even want to use an external fan to cool it. We hope Intel's next generation processor would improve on that. Looking at the graph on the right we have faith on that.