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    Monoprice Rechargeable Digital Pen for Interactive Pen Display 10707
    Product # 11428
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    Does this pen work for Product # 12077 as well?
    A shopper on Apr 7, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Contacted support about this same issue. If your pen for Product #12077 gives up on you, you basically paid for an overpriced computer monitor. They do not offer replacement pens for #12077. Good luck to you.
    Does this pen can bu Support to the MP 22-inch 1080p Battery-Free Pen Display Tablet as well?
    New User U on Jul 2, 2017
    Monoprice Rechargeable Digital Pen for Interactive Pen Display 10707
    Monoprice Rechargeable Digital Pen for Interactive Pen Display 10707
    Monoprice 22-inch 1080p Battery-Free Pen Display Tablet, Black - 5048 LPI | 2048 Pressure Levels | 200 RPS - PC / MAC
    Monoprice 22-inch 1080p Battery-Free Pen Display Tablet, Black - 5048 LPI | 2048 Pressure Levels | 200 RPS - PC / MAC
    BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. The 11428 pen would only function with the older 10707 pen display that we had carried. Unfortunately it would not function with the 14481 pen display.
    Does this stylus work with the10x6.25 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet w/ 8 Hot Key - Legacy Systems up to Mac OSX 10.7.5?
    A shopper on Nov 28, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately this pen will not work for regular tablets. It will only work for the interactive pen display which is PID# 10707. I hope this helps, thank you!
    4.0 / 5.0
    4 Reviews
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    The thing does not tell you that it's not supposed to twist on the cap. If it twists, it ruins the whole thing. This is a heavy design flaw, but so long as you don't twist it, it'll work fine. They really should put that somewhere in it's manual or a HUGE warning.

    PROS: When it works, it works fantastic. Excellent tilt, pressure and accuracy on the screen

    CONS: easily broken
    October 22, 2015
    Replacement Pen
    My new Monoprice tablet is about 3 months old and my daughter was complaining about the tablet being flaky and inconsistent (ghost lines when she wasn't touching the tablet was the main problem). I just ordered another pen to see if it would fix the problem (and it did). Nothing better or worst than the original, but I think I will buy a few of them to stock up (just in case).

    PROS: Works exactly as original, fixed my problem, daughter loves it.

    CONS: These pens are fragile, the mouse buttons are in a terrible place and they don't seem to last long. It is an exact replacement for the original.
    August 25, 2015
    Great Pen
    I recently purchased an Interactive Pen Display, and it came with a pen, but I wanted another one, just in case it broke, or died on me while I was in the middle of an awesome rush of inspiration!! ^_^. So I wouldn't mix them up, I color coded them, and I keep them in a safe, place so they don't fall, drop, bend, or have anything placed on top of them. You know the responsible thing to do, when you have something like this.

    works excellent, takes an hour to charge, which isn't a problem. Enoy!!

    PROS: -Feels excellent in your hands.

    -Extra dibs are great.

    -Smooth feeling over the glass surface of the Interactive Pen Display.

    -Holds a charge for a long time. ^_^
    November 20, 2014
    Good tablet, but fragile pen?
    Unless I missed something, after only 4 months with the tablet, the pen that originally came with the tablet gave up. Note I always kept it charging when not in use to make sure it would be charged when I would need it.

    At some point, however, it just stopped working. The pen would still charge when plugged in, but it would stop giving any reaction with the tablet whatsoever. My cursor will simply not move.

    Ultimately I gave up figuring why and ordered a pair of new pen to replace it(one as the replacement, the other as back-up).

    It has been only 2, -maybe- 3 weeks since I ordered them, and one of them has already similarly failed me which.... is relatively frustrating. Again the pen seems to be fully charged when I plug it in and so on. There is just no reaction from the tablet when I use it, which is making me forced to bring out the back-up pen much sooner than I would have expected or liked.

    I have always tried to take good care of the pen, keeping it charging when not in use, avoid to handle it too roughly. In fact, just yesterday as I was working on art commissions for clients, it was still working perfectly fine. The only and only thing I can think of that happened today before I fired up my computer was the pen accidentally rolling off my desk and falling to the ground. That is it.

    If this is what broke the pen, I must admit to be very disappointed by it's apparent (lack of) durability considering the much superior abuse the pens of my previous tablets have suffered without affecting their capacities in the slightest. I love the tool and will probably will keep using Monoprice's 19-inch pen display, but I am very disapointed in the durability of the pens.

    PROS: The tablet it is used for is so far(especially since the windows drivers were updated last april) an excellent drawing tool in my eyes despite the oft criticized viewing angles.

    CONS: The pen seems to be extremely fragile.
    June 14, 2014