Microsoft shows off new Surface Pen for the Surface Pro 4

During its hardware event today, Microsoft unveiled its new Surface Pro 4 and showed off it’s new Surface Pen, which it claims is the best stylus to date, going up against the Apple Pencil. While it looks very similar to the Surface Pro 3 Pen, the new Surface Pen has been substantially improved over its predecessor.

The Surface Pen comes in five different colors and will come with interchangeable pen tips for different styles of writing and drawing. It comes with 1,024 points of pressure and is magnetized so it can be stored right in the top of your Surface Pro 4. The new stylus even comes with an eraser on the top, for which Microsoft device chief Panos Panay remarked, “It’s kind of funny, there’s a Pencil out there without an eraser.”

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Your First Root Story: Why’d You Do It and How Did It Go?

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We all remember the first time we rooted our phones: palms were sweaty, anxiety near unbearable, and as we reached closer and closer, we could begin savoring that positive root check. Sometimes, an enthusiast’s first attempts skips the great success and leads to trouble. But there’s always a reason to root, and a surprising result that opens up all sorts of new possibilities. How did your first root story go?

Samsung Patent Suggests They Want to Compete with Google Glass

Samsung Patent Suggets They Want to Compete withGoogle Glass

Samsung is a huge, huge company and it is no surprise that they have invested tons of time and money into some unique ideas like foldable displays. A new Samsung patent depicts a device that looks a lot like Google Glass, but they want to take this a step further with features like “various input interaction methods”, instead of only using your voice.

Samsung Patent Suggets They Want to Compete with Google Glass

Samsung Patent Suggets They Want to Compete withGoogle Glass

Samsung is a huge, huge company and it is no surprise that they have invested tons of time and money into some unique ideas like foldable displays. A new Samsung patent depicts a device that looks a lot like Google Glass, but they want to take this a step further with features like “various input interaction methods”, instead of only using your voice.