1. RaRa85's Avatar
    I'm really considering the Surface Pro 3 because the prices and value is very tempting online now. I saw some reviews on the pen technology switching to N-trig and losing the higher pressure sensitivity rating. My question is pressure sensitivity connected to the actual pen itself or SP3? I know the newer SP4 pen supports the higher 1024 pressure sensitivity I believe. So if I just get the newer pen will that give me the same level of pressure sensitivity on the SP3? Appreciate any help.
    02-19-2018 02:44 PM
  2. grape8pe2's Avatar
    This website is a great reference for comparing Surface devices and pens. Looks like the SP3 is stuck at 256 leavels of pressure sensitivity and a 75ms response time. Looks like the only advantage of using a newer pen is the initial activation force (IAF).

    https://dancharblog.wordpress.com/20...erability-faq/
    xandros9 likes this.
    02-25-2018 07:27 AM

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