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It's perfectly laid out for touch typing, with comfortable travel.
HP's Active Pen and its sibling, the Tilt Pen, are just OK.
It also comes in Pale Rose Gold and Dark Ash Silver (copper and brown, my favorite).
For working on your big, comfy couch.
It has a holder for the stylus.
HP's styluses all have an identification sticker on them that irritates my hand, but is impossible to remove without a lot of work and leaves behind sticky adhesive.
The touchscreen is bright and responsive.
A USB 3.1 Type-A connector, headphone jack, power switch and microSD slot occupy the left side.
Both come out of the bottom grill.
The volume control, fingerprint sensor and two Thunderbolt-capable USB-C connectors occupy the right side.