Question about Optoma ProView PI-700 (PI700)
So my pen broke on my Optoma PI500. It is a wireless battery (aaa) operated pen. I use it to write and draw on the screen. I can't seem to get a hold of a replacement from the Optoma comapny as the product is discontinued. Is there any other company that makes a pen I could use as a replacement? I don't know much about the technology only that my pen is battery operated and it looks a lot like a Aiptek Hyperpen. Aiptek is listed on the back of the monitor and their hyperpens look the same, but is it the same technology? I called them and their techi in California had no clue... Thanks, SJD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have Optoma projector HD72I color wheel,
please patiently wait for some days, once i post it on Ebay, i will inform you at the first time.
lets keep in touch with freely,
Posted on Nov 18, 2011
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