APEN Touch 8 Pen for Windows 8 Giveaway

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30 Days of Giveaways

Day 19: APEN

Organized by Mom to Bed by 8 & Budget Earth


Do you own an old laptop or computer (less than 17″) running Windows 8? Are you looking for an inexpensive way to turn that old computer into a touchscreen? If so, the APEN Touch 8 pen for Windows 8 just might be for you. Upgrade your laptop to a touch-screen device with the eFun Touch 8 XN800 wireless touch pen.Designed and optimized for Windows 8, the eFun Touch 8 pen adds touch capability to your up-to-17-inch laptop screen, eliminating the need of a new notebook purchase to enjoy the touch features of Windows 8. Its ergonomic, lightweight design enables you to use it like a real pen – just input handwriting on the PC screen, activate the software by a simple touch, navigate webpages with slide operation, and even share your creativity easily.

The Touch 8 uses Ultrasound and Infrared technologies, consisting of an ultrasonic digital stylus and a small receiving unit. Installation is as easy as 1-2-3: 1. Fix the receiver on your PC screen edge via magnetism. 2. Get power from the PC via a USB cable. 3. Use the smart pen to touch the screen, or write on the screen with the smart pen.

It’s simple! It’s easy! The Apen Touch 8 easily converts your Windows 8 PC monitor or laptop into a touchscreen device so you maximize your Windows 8 OS to the fullest. You can easily annotate your handwriting into a files and save or email notes to your colleagues. The device requires no drivers, just simply plug and play. You can also play your favorite games by a simple touch.
Special Features:
  • Transforms non-touch screen PC Monitor or Laptop into a touchscreen(with pen)
  • Enables the ability to touch and write on your Windows 8 Computer or Laptop monitor.
  • Plug and play – no drivers required
  • Works exclusively with the Windows 8 environment
  • Business ,Presentations, Drawing, Games, Education, And more
  • Slide, swap, or drag to operate, browse images and web pages
  • Play Games, hand write emails, draw pictures, annotate documents, & more


30 Day Giveaway Event Day 19: APEN

  • Reader will receive: Touch 8 Pen for Windows 8
  • Open US Only.
  • Winner will be chosen at random through Rafflecopter via Random.org.
  • Giveaway ends August 17th at 11:59pm.
  • Winner will be notified through email.
  • Winner will have 48 hours to respond before new winner is chosen.
  • Budget Earth, Mom to Bed by 8, & other participating blogs are not responsible for prize fulfillment or shipment.
  • Must be 18 Years or Older to Enter Rafflecopter.
  • Entering the Rafflecopter Means You Agree to Terms Above.
  • Good Luck!

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  1. Sue says

    I am commenting on this blog for the iPad mini contest. I was at Target today and got some really good deals on storage containers. I need to separate my craft stuff into bins so it is easy to find.

  2. John Heim says

    APEN sounds like a neat deal. I happen to have a pretty fancy Toshiba laptop that was set up primarily for gamers, and I guess a touch screen is not required, even though it has Windows 8. It has 3-D, although I’ve never used it. I think the touch screen feature would have been nice, as I don’t really like Windows 8 and sometimes have a hard time using it.

  3. Michelle S says

    I learned that it’s just a plug in and use it which is nice! I hate having a lot of complicated set-up steps to do before you can use something.

  4. Toni W. says

    I had no idea that a product like this even existed. I think this is a great way to extend the life of your computer & since I just bought a laptop at the beginning of the year this would be a great way to update it to a touch screen.

  5. Susan Broughton says

    I think it is so thrifty that this device is designed for Windows 8, but enables all non-touch PC Monitor & laptop screens to have touchscreen features

  6. John Heim says

    I saw one of these APEN Touch things in a giveaway I enterered. It’s really cool. I have a non-touch Windows 8 laptop that could use one of these. APEN or OPEN?

  7. allyson becker says

    Technology for the APEN line was developed by Israeli company Pegasus Technologies, Ltd and is based on military electronic surveillance standards.

  8. Debbie Ellis says

    I learned that this would be great to have, just plug it in. And it works. My Grandkids would love it and so would I.

  9. sherry lareau says

    WOW! I never even knew this existed so I learned that your laptop can turn into a touch screen with a pen that allows you to draw, play games and even write.

  10. Kathleen says

    This pen is so cool! I love that you don’t need any drivers and it is so easy; just plug in and play! Thanks for the review!

  11. Deborah Mireles says

    This sounds like an exciting way to still keep your laptop and be up to speed with all the new gadgets, I love this!

  12. Amberlee Cave says

    My husband is always complaining about how I should have bought a touch screen computer, so this would be perfect for us!

  13. Linda Bradshaw says

    I learned it is for windows 8. I don’t have that yet :( The good thing is I am due for a new laptop!! :)

  14. Angie Bano says

    Everything! Too cool! I totally would love to have one! I am a computer teacher! What a cool new toy to have!

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