Samsung’s S Pen is graduating from the Galaxy Note to its own 360-degree convertible touchscreen laptop.
Scribblers rejoice! Samsung's new Notebook 9 Pro comes complete with an "embedded" S Pen.
We've seen the stylus before as part of Samsung's Note smartphone lineup. But this is the first time the company has built it into a laptop.
It's a timely inclusion. Microsoft's rival Surface Pro comes complete with a stylus and was launched a little over a week ago. The company is also pushing hard on its Windows Ink platform.
Samsung's S Pen is compatible with Windows Ink and also offers Air Command, a quick access menu for drawing and editing that Note fans will recognise. The stylus is designed to get the most out of the convertible Notebook 9 Pro's 360-degree touchscreen display, meaning you'll be able to annotate and draw in laptop, tent, tablet or display mode.
Samsung also says the S Pen always stays on and will never require charging, kinda like those retro "pens" that your grandparents used to use.
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