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Microsoft finds the advantage of Windows 10 with an advanced surface pen



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Following recent sales announcement from Surface, Microsoft it is hard to examine the improvements for hardware at work.

Recently published patent ("Active Stylus Pairing With Digitizer") Describes how the stylus – probably an updated surface pen – works with multiple digitizers and devices to store pairing logs and using real-time auto-search protocols that the stylus works with:

… There is a search protocol for recognizing the digitizer system with which the stylus communicates. The search protocol can search for any of a number of possible digitizer systems. The timing and time limits for the search protocol for each digitizing system can be dynamically updated based on the calculated probability that the digitizing system communicates with the stylus.

Surface Notebook 2 (photo: Ewan Spence)

Ewan Spence

In practice, this should allow the next generation Surface Pen one user on multiple devices. And if it is used on multiple devices, the connection log will help prioritize the connection search and speed up switching between devices.

Microsoft's Surface Hub 2S, which might have been deployed in workplaces that already have Surface devices, can be one of the technology's goals to easily use a personal pen on multiple devices. It could also be that the Surface Pen becomes compatible with other devices outside the Surface family, bringing the pen closer to a separate product for any Windows 10 device, not just the Surface family.

Of course patent publishing does not mean that the product will be released to the public, but with the continued development of the surface pen in the last few years, it is good that any new surface hardware (potentially a surface book at the end of 2019) will also come with the next generation of surface pen.

Read more about Microsoft's Surface Hub 2S, the latest "big" collaborative computer…

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After a recent announcement of growing sales from Surface, Microsoft is working hard to improve hardware.

A recently published patent ("Active Digitizer Pairing Stylus") covers how the stylus – probably an updated surface pen – works with multiple digitizers and devices to store pairing logs and using real-time automatic search protocols that the stylus works with:

… There is a search protocol for recognizing the digitizer system with which the stylus communicates. The search protocol can search for any of a number of possible digitizer systems. The timing and time limits for the search protocol for each digitizing system can be dynamically updated based on the calculated probability that the digitizing system communicates with the stylus.

Surface Notebook 2 (photo: Ewan Spence)

Ewan Spence

In practice, this should allow the use of a new generation of pen on one device by multiple users. And if it is used on multiple devices, the connection log will help prioritize the connection search and speed up switching between devices.

Microsoft's Surface Hub 2S, which might have been deployed in workplaces that already have Surface devices, can be one of the technology's goals to easily use a personal pen on multiple devices. It could also be that the Surface Pen becomes compatible with other devices outside the Surface family, bringing the pen closer to a separate product for any Windows 10 device, not just the Surface family.

Of course patent publishing does not mean that the product will be released to the public, but with the continued development of the surface pen in the last few years, it is good that any new surface hardware (potentially a surface book at the end of 2019) will also come with the next generation of surface pen.

Read more about Microsoft's Surface Hub 2S, the latest "big" collaborative computer…


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