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    The Surface Pro has been refreshed for 2017 with Kaby Lake processors and much more.
    One of the coolest parts of the Surface Pro's reveal was the new Surface Pen, which has been improved in various ways.
    Designed to complement the Surface Pro (2017), the Surface Pen benefits from the Pro's custom co-processor which reduces the latency between the pen and the screen to "imperceptible" levels. Additionally, the new Surface Pen supports tilt shading on the new Surface Pro, mimicking a real inking tool more closely.
    Since many of you have been asking, it does seem that the new Surface Pen's tilt capabilities will be coming to previous Surface devices via Windows update.

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    05-23-2017 01:00 PM

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