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  • Surface Pen. Write and draw naturally. Create without limits
  • Precisely sketch and shade with 4,096 pressure points that respond to the lightest touch
  • Reduced lag/low latency: Ink flows out in real time with no lag or latency
  • Use Surface Pen with apps like OneNote, Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, Sketch able, Bluebeam Revue, Draw board, CorelDraw, and Staff pad
  • Compatibility- Surface Book, Surface Book 2, Surface Studio 1st Gen, Surface Studio 2, Surface Laptop 1st Gen, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Go, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 5th Gen, Surface Pro 6, Surface 3, Pen Tip Kit.

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4096 Level Pressure Sensitivity, can be attached by magnetic.
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Great for those people who snagged a Surface Pro 7+ at previous FP deals.
Charcoal [walmart.com] and Ice Blue [walmart.com] >Ice Blue OOS

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beervomit asked this question on 07-26-2021 at 09:40 AM
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Not all touchscreen displays are compatible with digital pens, and not all pens are compatible with all displays. It's a mess, every company wants to reinvent their own wheel to sell their own products, they are all greedy mother farkers.

Everything has to be compatible, that's the thing. They have different "standards", different technologies, they are not really an all-in-one or fits-all kinda thing.

We could get into details but your best bet is to see which pens are compatible with your laptop in the manufacturer's website.

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Thank you I needed a spare to throw in my camera bag so I can leave my main one near the charger!
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is it only compatible with surface laptop? can I use it with my dell 2-in-1 laptop?


edit: answer my own question

the Surface Pen uses N-Trig, while the Dell supports stylus based on Wacom AES.
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is it only compatible with surface laptop? can I use it with my dell 2-in-1 laptop?


edit: answer my own question

the Surface Pen uses N-Trig, while the Dell supports stylus based on Wacom AES.
N-Trig is kind nish tech. It requires external batteries to work ("active pen"). HP line and Lenovo line use them for somhow. For example, it can be used at my hp x360.
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Will this work on the Galaxy Flex2 Alpha? The laptop is so new, it's hard to find information. Says the "Samsung Active Pen" works, which doesn't exist yet at least. S-Pen obviously doesn't work.

I've been eyeing the Surface Pens since I've heard it's better than the one that is usually the most recommended, the Wacom Bamboo Ink. I just want to be sure it works or how I can tell.
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Only black still available at this price. Ice blue is now $75. Poppy Red is now $65.
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Got one. Thanks!
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N-Trig is kind nish tech. It requires external batteries to work ("active pen"). HP line and Lenovo line use them for somhow. For example, it can be used at my hp x360.
The reason the Surface Pen uses a battery is because it also uses Bluetooth for some functions.
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Ice blue back to $75 but Charcoal still on sale
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I use this for my SurfaceGo2, it's really nice and I have used Edge to fill out forms by hand on PDFs that don't have the interactive fields as well as sending signed PDFs. Use it to click and tap on stuff when I don't want to have the keyboard attached, have used this to sketch drawings with the kids, they really like the speed at which they can draw and erase.

Downsides are the price, but I guess $50 is a good deal considering I paid $100 and don't regret it, there have been artist using this pen and they prefer other options, I think they are right, it's not a good solution nor implementation for drawing applications, but for casual navigation and sketching it is perfect.
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Can you use this with a touchscreen laptop?
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Can you use this with a touchscreen laptop?
Not all touchscreen displays are compatible with digital pens, and not all pens are compatible with all displays. It's a mess, every company wants to reinvent their own wheel to sell their own products, they are all greedy mother farkers.

Everything has to be compatible, that's the thing. They have different "standards", different technologies, they are not really an all-in-one or fits-all kinda thing.

We could get into details but your best bet is to see which pens are compatible with your laptop in the manufacturer's website.
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Quote from HulkMX :
Not all touchscreen displays are compatible with digital pens, and not all pens are compatible with all displays. It's a mess, every company wants to reinvent their own wheel to sell their own products, they are all greedy mother farkers.

Everything has to be compatible, that's the thing. They have different "standards", different technologies, they are not really an all-in-one or fits-all kinda thing.

We could get into details but your best bet is to see which pens are compatible with your laptop in the manufacturer's website.
Thanks for the reply! It's a brand new dell inspiron 5515 touch. I"ve been googling and looking at reddit and can't find any concrete answers as to how I can even find out (IE looking at my device manager)
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I have a Bamboo Ink pen for my Surface Pro 7, it literally works well but the palm rejection on OneNote is a hit or miss compared to Apple Pencil and S-Pen. Does anyone know if the Surface pen has a better palm rejection?
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