At the time, this was the top-of-the-line tablet; its slick matte black body sang to me like a siren offering me money and chocolate. The honeymoon phase lasted surprisingly long, giving me plenty to have me ignore some minor problems. Problems like poor software and gimmicky buttons stopped bothering me once I got used to them. It was almost like getting used to someone's mole; you just stop noticing it one day.
Sometime after first year of use, however, something changed. The stylus stopped being responsive and was making clicks that I didn't ask for. I managed to find a gap in its body and open it up
There were some wiring problem in the electronic department; the coil was barely attached to the circuit board and I imagined that the problem originated from here. After some fiddling with soldering iron, I managed to make some repair and everything seemed fine.
that is until today
The unresponsiveness and random fits of click started to happen again
and when I tried to fix it, it no longer worked
so goodbye, my first stylus. You were more fragile than a toothpick, but you did your best
I don't blame you, I blame Wacom