[NTLK] iPad Pro and Apple Pencil
Bob Carls Dudney
kosmicdollop at saber.net
Fri Nov 13 17:04:26 EST 2015
Yes, faster processors of recent years mean one has to write considerably faster than on a Newton -- as well as Einstein on older Macs -- to get comparable recognition results. Would be nice if there were a way to throttle down the processing speed, at least for Einstein.
Jake Bordens wrote:
> when writing in Einstein, the ink tends to disappear too quickly, even mid-word in some cases. Perhaps the iPad Pro's A9X is too fast for this-- and its processing the HWR too fast? It still recognizes things correctly, but its a little annoying when you cross a T or dot an I that was in a previous ink stroke that's been already cleared.
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