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jjupiter6

forked_again wrote:

It doesn't work with Windows devices?  

Dude, think about it. The touchscreen on a device doesn't differentiate between what is touching it. If it can sense it, it will work. If your touchscreen senses plastic chess pieces, then it will work irrespective of software.

forked_again
jjupiter6 wrote:

 

forked_again wrote:

 

It doesn't work with Windows devices?  

 

Dude, think about it. The touchscreen on a device doesn't differentiate between what is touching it. If it can sense it, it will work. If your touchscreen senses plastic chess pieces, then it will work irrespective of software.

 

I have no idea how the pieces work, and I thought there was software needed, which would be OS specific.  Regardless, the website says works with any Android or iOS tablet.  Why wouldn't it say windows, or "any touchscreen tablet" if what you say is true?  

forked_again
forked_again wrote:
jjupiter6 wrote:

 

forked_again wrote:

 

It doesn't work with Windows devices?  

 

Dude, think about it. The touchscreen on a device doesn't differentiate between what is touching it. If it can sense it, it will work. If your touchscreen senses plastic chess pieces, then it will work irrespective of software.

 

 

I have no idea how the pieces work, and I thought there was software needed, which would be OS specific.  Regardless, the website says works with "any Android or iOS tablet."  Why wouldn't it say windows, or "any touchscreen tablet" if what you say is true?  

Rsava
forked_again wrote:
forked_again wrote:
jjupiter6 wrote:

 

forked_again wrote:

 

It doesn't work with Windows devices?  

 

Dude, think about it. The touchscreen on a device doesn't differentiate between what is touching it. If it can sense it, it will work. If your touchscreen senses plastic chess pieces, then it will work irrespective of software.

 

 

I have no idea how the pieces work, and I thought there was software needed, which would be OS specific.  Regardless, the website says works with "any Android or iOS tablet."  Why wouldn't it say windows, or "any touchscreen tablet" if what you say is true?  

What Windows device would you be trying to use with them? 

forked_again
Rsava wrote:
forked_again wrote:
forked_again wrote:
jjupiter6 wrote:

 

forked_again wrote:

 

It doesn't work with Windows devices?  

 

Dude, think about it. The touchscreen on a device doesn't differentiate between what is touching it. If it can sense it, it will work. If your touchscreen senses plastic chess pieces, then it will work irrespective of software.

 

 

I have no idea how the pieces work, and I thought there was software needed, which would be OS specific.  Regardless, the website says works with "any Android or iOS tablet."  Why wouldn't it say windows, or "any touchscreen tablet" if what you say is true?  

What Windows device would you be trying to use with them? 

I have a couple of 2 in 1 type laptops.  An HP that you can fold the keyboard back behind the screen (360 type) and a Dell that has a Windows Surface type design with removal keyboard.  Both run Windows 10.  

Rsava

I would venture to guess that the Surface type may work (as it uses a multi touch type screen, if it is truly a Surface type screen). 

Not sure about the other one. However, the other consideration is the size of the pieces. They do look to be small and the website states they are designed to work with a screen the size of a standard iPad. 

 

Using this line from the FAQ section on the website to make these assumptions: 

 

Does MasterPiece Chess work with any touch-tablet?

MasterPiece Chess will work with any modern touch sensitive device; however, the size of the pieces are scaled to fit best on a tablet that is similar in size to a standard ipad with a 9.7" screen size.

 

Hope this helps.