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For all those who recently jumped on the Chromebook Duet deal:

Lenovo has the USI pen available on the website for $39.99. With coupon code DISCOVER20 you can get $8 off got it for $31.99.

https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/acce...4X80Z49662
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So it's not working? I wish there was more information included.
I must have pulled out the spring when I took out the paper tag inside the barrel of the pen. I just pulled MacGyver and pulled out the spring from the battery compartment of an old remote control I had and shoved it into the barrel of the pen..... and it works!
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Sorry to hear ppl didn't have spring in the cap, I gently/slowly twisted the cap off & reinstalled so mine works as advertised. Yeah maybe before you return you can find old spring from extra remote or similar to make it work.
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As instructed, I removed the cap, saw the little black circle (blocking the battery discharge during transport) drop, pushed the white label, which is attached to the cap with the spring, back inside and screwed the cap again. Works great.

Did you guys pull the white label? I would assume that removing that would probably dislodge the spring that holds the battery in place.
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As instructed, I removed the cap, saw the little black circle (blocking the battery discharge during transport) drop, pushed the white label, which is attached to the cap with the spring, back inside and screwed the cap again. Works great.

Did you guys pull the white label? I would assume that removing that would probably dislodge the spring that holds the battery in place.
Yea. I yanked the white tag which very likely launched the spring to who knows where... but my little mickey mouse solution worked great.
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Yea. I yanked the white tag which very likely launched the spring to who knows where... but my little mickey mouse solution worked great.
That's what I thought. As an instinct (we're all coming from cavemen) I pulled that white tag and was about to yank it. Then I realized that it was attached to the cap with the spring and decided to leave it alone. It's a nuisance to squeeze it back into the pen, but given the battery life is months on these things (to be seen/verified), it shouldn't be too much hassle. I'll probably cut it at the first battery replacement.
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That's what I thought. As an instinct (we're all coming from cavemen) I pulled that white tag and was about to yank it. Then I realized that it was attached to the cap with the spring and decided to leave it alone. It's a nuisance to squeeze it back into the pen, but given the battery life is months on these things (to be seen/verified), it shouldn't be too much hassle. I'll probably cut it at the first battery replacement.
How do you check the battery life? Is there an app or something we can install?
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How do you check the battery life? Is there an app or something we can install?
We're on our own, wish it had an on/off button as well. I just got several of the batteries since my other Lenovo pencil uses the same size -
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is the Lenovo USI pen compatible with Google Pixelbook?
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I received my Lenovo USI pen today, it works great with my refurbished HP 14b-ca0061wm chromebook.

One thing to keep in mind is that chromebooks don't currently support pressures with the stylus, but you do get a wider line by using different angles.

All in all it's much more accurate that using a soft tip stylus.
I'm pretty happy with it.
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I received my Lenovo USI pen today, it works great with my refurbished HP 14b-ca0061wm chromebook.

One thing to keep in mind is that chromebooks don't currently support pressures with the stylus, but you do get a wider line by using different angles.

All in all it's much more accurate that using a soft tip stylus.
I'm pretty happy with it.
Did you have to do anything special to get it to work? Mine doesn't show up and I can't even tell if the stylus is on
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Did you have to do anything special to get it to work? Mine doesn't show up and I can't even tell if the stylus is on
All I did was open the stylus and let the little black disk that keeps the battery disconnected fall out, then close it back up.

The first time I touched it to the chromebooks' screen an icon showed up in the right side tray area that has a few different options.
I didn't mess with any of those, just started using it.

What chromebook do you have, is it USI compatible?
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All I did was open the stylus and let the little black disk that keeps the battery disconnected fall out, then close it back up.

The first time I touched it to the chromebooks' screen an icon showed up in the right side tray area that has a few different options.
I didn't mess with any of those, just started using it.

What chromebook do you have, is it USI compatible?
I picked up the HP Chromebook from the previous BB deal here:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-2...Id=6407695

According to this, it should support a USI stylus:
https://www.aboutchromebooks.com/...99-to-629/
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I picked up the HP Chromebook from the previous BB deal here:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-2...Id=6407695

According to this, it should support a USI stylus:
https://www.aboutchromebooks.com/...99-to-629/
It should support it.
Maybe try taking out the battery and putting it back in.
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I picked up the HP Chromebook from the previous BB deal here:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-2...Id=6407695

According to this, it should support a USI stylus:
https://www.aboutchromebooks.com/...99-to-629/
I bought that HP Chromebook for my son, and he's been using the Lenovo stylus on it without any issues.
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I picked up the HP Chromebook from the previous BB deal here:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-2...Id=6407695

According to this, it should support a USI stylus:
https://www.aboutchromebooks.com/...99-to-629/
You should check the barrel of the pen and make sure you didn't accidently lose the spring that's attached to the cap that holds the battery in place. I lost mine when I pulled out the white tab paper, but luckily jerry rigged a new spring in the cap using one from the battery compartment from an old remote I don't use anymore.
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