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https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/surface-pen/8zl5c82qmg6b

Writes like pen on paper Surface Pen is a natural writing and drawing tool, with precision ink on one end that now enables tilt 1 and a natural-feeling rubber eraser on the other. 4,096 pressure points Sketch, shade, and paint with artistic precision and finer control with 4,096 pressure points that respond to the lightest touch.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4036281

Use your Surface Pen in any app that supports inking. To see which apps to start with, go to the section Try these apps with your Pen. Start inking with your pen . Rest your hand on the screen, like you would on a piece of paper, then start writing. Your Surface is designed to ignore your hand and other inputs while you write.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/surface-pen/92FP8Q09QHXC

Surface Pen is better and faster than ever, with tilt for shading,¹ greater sensitivity, and virtually no lag to help you capture your thoughts and get more done. Available in Platinum and Black, plus new Ice Blue and Poppy Red.² Compatible with a wide variety of Surface devices.³ Looking for other colors? Free 2-3 day shipping.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/gdi/pens

A pen is a graphics tool that an application can use to draw lines and curves. Drawing applications use pens to draw freehand lines, straight lines, and curves. Computer-aided design (CAD) applications use pens to draw visible lines, hidden lines, section lines, center lines, and so on.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/4023523

To check your pen pressure settings, open the Surface app and select the Pen tab to adjust it. Check the LED light on your pen. If you aren't sure what the LED light on your pen means, go to the section My pen won't pair with my Surface or The light on my pen is blinking red or doesn't turn on. Update your Surface.