LAMY 凌美 AL-star EMR 数字笔 黑色
Lamy AL-star EMR Digital Pen Stylus Pen Black
- 采用 Wacom EMR （*）技术，取代标准触控笔产品（可能通过QR代码实现兼容性匹配）
- 兼容大多数支持 Wacom EMR 技术的移动设备，包括三星 Galaxy Note 平板电脑、智能手机和其他制造商
- 带有可调节的折叠按钮，超过 4,000 个压力级别，手掌拒（手掌识别），完全无需充电或电池
- 触点笔（0.7 毫米）可互换，包含 2 个替换刀头和一个用于更换的镊子。
- Digital writing instrument made of anodised matte black aluminium, with metal clip and ergonomic plastic grip
- With Wacom EMR (patent) technology, replaces standard stylus products (compatibility matching via QR code possible)
- Compatible with most mobile devices that support Wacom EMR technology, including Samsung Galaxy Note tablets and smartphones and other manufacturers
- With adjustable shortcut button, over 4,000 pressure levels, palm rejection (palm recognition) and completely without charging or batteries
- The contact tips (0.7 mm) are interchangeable, 2 replacement tips are included and a tweezers for replacement.
Lamy AL-Star Black EMR
For digital writing.
The Lamy AL-star black EMR offers a natural writing experience with perfect ergonomics.
Based on the casing of the Lamy Al-star rollerball pen, this digital stylus was developed for tablets, smartphones and laptops.
Devices of EMR technology can be found on the Lamy homepage.
With its interchangeable contact tips and over 4,000 pressure levels, it is suitable for writing long texts as well as for making complex sketches and drawings.
- Technology: Wacom EMR (patent).
- Replaceable contact tips.
- Over 4,000 pressure levels.
- Adjustable shortcut button.
- Palm rejection
- Compatibility comparison possible via QR code.
- Replaces standard stylus products.
- Powerless operation, without battery and charging.
The first Lamy for digital writing
Replaceable contact tip.
Detects over 4096 pressure levels, making it particularly sensitive and responsive to the writer.
Adjustable shortcut button and palm recognition
A practical detail is the adjustable shortcut button, which allows you to directly control a configurable menu of the device.
For tablets, smartphones and laptops
Equipped with Wacom's patented EMR technology, the LAMY AL-star black EMR works completely powerless - without battery and charging.
Classic meets smartness.
Designed with the mind, written by hand. The Lamy AL-star black EMR combines the handwritten note with the advantages of the digital:
anytime, anywhere. With the help of a variety of apps, even across devices.
Digital drawing lets inspiration run wild and uses the diversity of a new medium.
Whether sketched with fine lead or applied with wide strokes. The variation possibilities offer enough space for all creative implements.
Whether in learning or practice situations, the digital writing instrument is the ideal connection between thoughts and writing surface.
This pen accompanies children as they learn their first letters, such as students and students when writing down important information and texts.
favourite games rediscovered.
Thanks to the high precision and speed, the Lamy AL-star EMR conquers every level.
The easy guide of the pen in tablet and mobile phone games inspires.
在 2022年4月21日由 linjohnny
在 2021年10月16日由 MandyKe
With the help of ddvk/remarkable-stylus (on Github), a hack script, the eraser is fully functional. After all, LAMY named the button as a "Customisable shortcut key". It is up to the manufacturer to actually "support" whatever functions for this particular button. (Note, to get the remarkable-stylus fix to work, the prerequisite is to get ddvk/remarkable-hacks installed.)
Also, the nib smoothes out on Day 2 or so.
Review on Day 1:
This EMR pen feels exactly like an AL-Star Lamy pen, except that the nib gets too much fraction when writing on reMarkable 2. Plus, the button does not trigger the eraser function on rM2.
The first thing I did was to attempt to put a Boox nib into it. This broke immediately jamming the entrance. Tweezers etc would not work. There was no way to remove the nib holder to extract. Then, when conducting increasingly desperate attempts to remove the nib, it became clear the plastic of the Stylus was barely harder than the plastic of the nib, making extraction efforts futile. Some people suggested supergluing the nib, or even melting something into the nib to help pull it out. Futile again.
A pen that costs this amount of money had better have hardened materials, and also a way to recover this simple and commonplace situation. Without this, it is grossly overpriced.
If you are using reMarkable, swap out the nib that comes with the pen for the reMarkable nib. Much better. The nib that comes with the Lamy is too slick, like writing on glass.
It felt like plastic! I was really pissed off, because the description said it was metal!
Then someone told me to bite down on it softly, and sure enough, it felt like metal. And with time spent using the pen, it is actually pretty quality.
The pen is just really light and doesn't have that "cold" feel you expect of metal in a warm room. Pen overall works great (when swapping pen for the remarkabe nib, the built in one). Worth the money? Eh. But otherwise no complaints.