From a recent update, Microsoft patented a screen for its surface pen. The screen is designed as OLED display which will be available with Surface Pro 2. However, the patent got a filling procedure in 2017 which took around some and got released around last week. Microsoft Surface Pen is designed as a sleek pen along with a display which will come with different layouts. It based on how the pen is used in different screens along with the settings while using any software.
Microsoft Surface Pen is agile while using with a touch bar
The obvious design is rendered with Apple’s touch bar which is created for MacBook Pro. However, the pen is more likely to be used for logical reasons and for more innovative technology. Game-changing technology used with the pen is for the Adobe Photoshop users. As the designers can use both the hands to draw as well to change the stroke while keeping a steady hand. In addition, a pen can be used for precise design while connecting it to audio and video editing.
There are more rumours about the pen and OLED bar, as the bar can also be used for scrolling presentation. While the Microsoft Surface Pen will be included with such gear to scroll as a default setting. Thus, a patented OLED bar can provide more functions for optimized application use.
Expected date is along with the Surface Pro 7
The pen is capable of more advanced functions and making workflow at ease. As the Microsoft Surface Pen is designed to erase the work while designing or editing. Thus, it will be easy for the users while using without any hesitation and breaking the workflow. The OLED screen will allow the users to erase just by toggling or hold with the orientation. And then move to draw and continue to work on their project.
As for now, there is no confirmation when the Microsoft Surface Pen will strike the market. And on what hardware device it will be released is of no idea. However, it can be a wise decision by Microsoft to release along Surface Pro 7. The Pro 7 is expected to launch as early as October 2019. Check out The Geek Herald for more exciting updates.