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    Microsoft's Surface line of PCS includes an awesome array of pen-enabled devices, making inking a breeze. The Surface Pen features thousands of levels of pressure, making it a great tool for art as well as casual note-taking and annotations.
    There are dozens of apps that leverage the Surface Pen, including Win32 programs such as Photoshop and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) tools like Sketchable. However, most of them work best on the Surface Book, Pro, or Studio, where the screen can be angled into flatter positions.
    The Surface Laptop also features inking, but there's no way to lay the screen out flat without putting the laptop on its back ... awkward.

    What do you think would be the best way to use the Pen on a Surface Laptop?

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    05-17-2017 10:40 AM

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