And when you're using your pixelbook as a tablet it's easiest to show your assistant what you need help with on your screen.
That's why we created the new pixelbook pen, a smart, responsive companion for your pixelbook.
Just hold the pen's button.
And circle an image or text on the screen, and the assistant will take action.
When you're browsing through a blog and discover a new musician, you can circle their photo and the assistant will give you more information about them.
From there, you can check out their Instagram page, go to their YouTube channel Get a list of their songs and more or if you're doing homework the assistant can help with your research.
Like if you get stuck on a really unfamiliar concept just circle the word and the assistant will give you everything you need to know.
The pen is also handy for moments when it feels more natural to write.
Draw or take notes.
Like when you're using your Pixelbook as a tablet, the experience using a pen should be like writing on paper.
To bring that experience to life, we partnered with the engineers at Wacom, and together we've built the fastest, most responsive stylus experience ever With just 10 milliseconds of latency, 60 degrees of angular awareness, and 2,000 levels of pressure sensitivity.
Pixel Book pen uses machine learning for handwriting recognition.
And demonstrates how performance hardware combined with our expertise and machine learning.
Delivers a user experience that just works better.
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