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You can buy serial to USB adapters as well as ps/2 to usb adapters. This may or may not work though. It depends on how the drivers were designed. Its worth a try though. Your local PC shop should have these items or use ebay to purchase.
I have several extra pens for Aiptek Tablets that work perfectly with most of the Aiptek tablets and the 12000U is one that they work with. Contact me at email@example.com if you are still looking for a pen and maybe we can work something out. Good luck and thanks in advance! (make sure you put aiptek tablet in subject line of email)
The tablet will work with the Aiptek mouse if you have one but if not I do have several Aiptek Pens that are compatible with several models of the Aiptek drivers. If you are interested maybe we can work something out. I also have the Aiptek 12000U Tablet and the pens work perfectly with it. Only difference is they are white pens not silver. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure to put Aiptek Tablet/Pen in the subject line so I will know it is not a spam email and I will get back to you. Thanks in advance and good luck!
i have just bought one and the blue light signifies its on (it flashes) when the pen is in range it turns solid blue and when contact is achieved it turns off. i had the problem above until i installed the drivers from the website and restarted it let the computer install the devices and plug it in . after this it all worked coll hope this helps.
It is pretty easy to remove the tip. I have a tip remover but you can just use a pair of tweezers or needle nose pliers. Just attach the tool to the tip and pull it out. You do not have to open the pen or anything else. It seems a little hard to pull it but that is the only way to remove it to change tips. I hope this helps.
I posted earlier, but found a solution so I thought I would let other users know. Forget the Adesso drivers. Download and install the driver for the Aiptek 12000U Hyperpen tablet. They are the same tablet and apparently Aiptek has figured out the Windows vista issue. You can find the drivers here: