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Microsoft Surface Pen Platinum Model 1776 (EYU-00009)

Create uninterrupted.

Write and draw with precision ink on one end and a rubber eraser on the other. Tilt your Surface Pen to shade your sketches just like you would a graphite pencil.

Write and draw naturally.

Precisely sketch and shade with 4,096 pressure points that respond to the lightest touch. Ink flows from the tip of Surface Pen to your screen with virtually no lag, and the eraser rubs away mistakes.

Bring your vision to life.

Compose a song, make an animated short, take notes, and draw 3D CAD designs. Use Surface Pen with apps like OneNote, Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, Sketchable, Bluebeam Revu, Drawboard, CorelDRAW, and Staffpad.

Express yourself with Surface Pen.

Choose the color that best expresses your style. Surface Pen comes in four colors – Platinum, Black, Burgundy, and Cobalt Blue – that coordinate with Surface accessories.

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Surface-Platinum-Model-EYU-00009/dp/B072K5TXGT

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Interact with your Surface in new ways using Surface Pen. If you're not sure which pen you have, go to Identify your Surface Pen and features. 

Here's an overview of what you can do with your pen.

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Write and draw

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. Use the pointer that appears under your pen tip to guide you while you ink.

To erase, turn your pen over and rub the end of your pen over your writing or drawing.

Enter text with your pen

If you want to write instead of typing on a keyboard, you can use the touch keyboard that appears on the screen. To learn how to use it, go to Get to know the touch keyboard.

Navigate and click using your pen

Your pen can be used throughout Windows, similarly to how you would use a mouse or keyboard. Here are some actions you can start with. 

If you want to

Do this with your pen

Click or select

Tap on an item.

Right-click 

Press and hold the side button, then tap on the item.

Drag and drop

Place your pen on an item, and hold it there until the circle around the pointer completes. Then move the item to where you want it to go.

Select multiple items 

Press and hold the side button, then drag your pen over the items you want to select.

Note: Some actions vary based on the app or feature of Windows you're using. 

Use the top button of your pen

Pair Surface Pen 

Your pen uses Bluetooth to pair with your Surface. Here's how:

  1. Select Start > Settings > Bluetooth & devices > Add device > Bluetooth.

  2. Press and hold the top button of your pen for 5-7 seconds until the LED flashes white to turn on Bluetooth pairing mode.

  3. Select your pen to pair it to your Surface.

Use top button shortcuts

Once your pen is paired, you'll be able to use the top button. The top button does different things depending on how you interact with the button. To change these shortcuts, select Start > Settings > Bluetooth & devices > Pen & Windows Ink

If you want to

Do this with your pen

Open Microsoft Whiteboard

Click the top button once.

Open Snip & Sketch

Double-click the top button.

Open Sticky Notes

Press and hold the top button.

Customize your pen

Change pen settings

If you want to change the top button shortcuts, change the hand you write with, or other pen settings, go to Change pen settings for more info. 

Check battery level

If you want to see how much battery you have left, select Start > Settings > Bluetooth & devices, then find your pen. The current battery level will appear under the battery icon.

Change pen tips

If you need to replace your pen tips, go to Replace Surface Pen Tips.

Try these apps with your pen

Ready to write your ideas, take notes, and be more productive with ink? Get started with these apps. 

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Microsoft Whiteboard

Microsoft Whiteboard is a freeform digital canvas where you can put your ideas, content, and notes in one place.

Get Microsoft Whiteboard

OneNote

OneNote is your digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across your devices. Write down your to-do lists, keep track of your notes, and draw your ideas. 

Get OneNote

Office

Office lets you create your best work in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more. Use your pen to annotate documents, navigate through presentations, and draw diagrams. 

Get Office

Microsoft To-Do

To-Do helps you manage, prioritize, and complete the most important things you need to achieve every day, powered by Microsoft 365 Integration.

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Interact with your Surface in new ways using Surface Pen. If you're not sure which pen you have, go to Identify your Surface Pen and features. 

Here's an overview of what you can do with your pen.

Your browser does not support video. Install Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Flash Player, or Internet Explorer 9.

Note: This video is only available in English. 

Write and draw

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. Use the pointer that appears under your pen tip to guide you while you ink.

To erase, turn your pen over and rub the end of your pen over your writing or drawing.

Enter text with your pen

If you want to write instead of typing on a keyboard, you can use the touch keyboard that appears on the screen. To learn how to use it, go to Get to know the touch keyboard.

Navigate and click using your pen

Your pen can be used throughout Windows, similarly to how you would use a mouse or keyboard. Here are some actions you can start with. 

If you want to

Do this with your pen

Click or select

Tap on an item.

Right-click 

Press and hold the side button, then tap on the item.

Drag and drop

Place your pen on an item, and hold it there until the circle around the pointer completes. Then move the item to where you want it to go.

Select multiple items 

Press and hold the side button, then drag your pen over the items you want to select.

Note: Some actions vary based on the app or feature of Windows you're using. 

Use the top button of your pen

Pair Surface Pen 

Your pen uses Bluetooth to pair with your Surface. Here's how:

  1. Go to Start > Settings > Devices > Add Bluetooth or other device > Bluetooth .

  2. Press and hold the top button of your pen for 5-7 seconds until the LED flashes white to turn on Bluetooth pairing mode.

  3. Select your pen to pair it to your Surface.

Use top button shortcuts

Once your pen is paired, you'll be able to use the top button. The top button does different things depending on how you interact with the button. To change these shortcuts, go to Start > Settings > Devices > Pen & Windows Ink 

If you want to

Do this with your pen

Open Microsoft Whiteboard

Click the top button once.

Open Snip & Sketch

Double-click the top button.

Open Sticky Notes

Press and hold the top button.

Customize your pen

Change pen settings

If you want to change the top button shortcuts, change the hand you write with, or other pen settings, go to Change pen settings for more info. 

Check battery level

If you want to see how much battery you have left, go to Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices , then find your pen. The current battery level will appear under the battery icon.

Change pen tips

If you need to replace your pen tips, go to Replace Surface Pen Tips.

Try these apps with your pen

Ready to write your ideas, take notes, and be more productive with ink? Get started with these apps. 

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Microsoft Whiteboard

Microsoft Whiteboard is a freeform digital canvas where you can put your ideas, content, and notes in one place.

Get Microsoft Whiteboard

OneNote

OneNote is your digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across your devices. Write down your to-do lists, keep track of your notes, and draw your ideas. 

Get OneNote

Office

Office lets you create your best work in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more. Use your pen to annotate documents, navigate through presentations, and draw diagrams. 

Get Office

Microsoft To-Do

To-Do helps you manage, prioritize, and complete the most important things you need to achieve every day, powered by Microsoft 365 Integration.

Get Microsoft To-Do

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Sours: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/how-to-use-your-surface-pen-8a403519-cd1f-15b2-c9df-faa5aa924e98

If you're not sure which pen you have, use this page to help you identify it and see what features are available. for info on how to use your pen, go to How to use your Surface Pen.

Surface Slim Pen 2 with numbers indicating the different physical features.

  1. Pen tip

  2. Right-click and select button

  3. LED light

  4. Eraser and top button

Find your Surface model to see which pen features will be available on your device. If you don't see your Surface listed, it isn't compatible with this pen. 

Surface model

Supports pen and inking

Supports Bluetooth 

Magnet attach

Tilt

Tactile signals

Surface Pro 3
Surface Pro 4

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

No

Surface Pro (5th Gen)
Surface Pro 6
Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7+

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

No

Surface Pro 8

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes with Surface Pro Signature Keyboard 

Yes

Yes

Surface Pro X

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes, with Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard or Surface Pro Signature Keyboard

Yes

No

Surface Laptop (1st Gen)
Surface Laptop 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

No

Surface Laptop 3 (all models)
Surface Laptop 4 (all models) 

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

No

Surface Laptop Go

No

Yes

No

No

No

Surface Laptop Studio

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes, in the charging area

Yes

Yes

Surface Book (all models)

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

No

Surface Book 2 (all models)
Surface Book 3 (all models)

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

No

Surface 3

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

No

Surface Go
Surface Go 2
Surface Go 3

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

No

Surface Studio
Surface Studio 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

No

Surface Duo

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

No

No

No

No

Surface Duo 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes, with Surface Duo 2 Pen Cover

Yes

No

Surface Hub 2S

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

No

Image of Surface Slim Pen with call out items.

  1. Eraser and top button

  2. LED Light

  3. Right-click and select button

  4. Pen tip

Find your Surface model to see which pen features will be available on your device. If you don't see your Surface listed, it isn't compatible with this pen. 

Surface model

Supports pen and inking

Supports Bluetooth

Magnet attach

Tilt

Surface Pro 3
Surface Pro 4

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Pro (5th Gen)
Surface Pro 6
Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7+

Surface Pro 8

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface Pro X

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes, with Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard

Yes

Surface Laptop (1st Gen)
Surface Laptop 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop 3 (all models)
Surface Laptop 4 (all models) 

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface Laptop Go

No

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop Studio

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes, in the charging area

Yes

Surface Book (all models)

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Book 2 (all models)
Surface Book 3 (all models)

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface 3

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Go
Surface Go 2
Surface Go 3

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface Studio
Surface Studio 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface Duo
Surface Duo 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Hub 2S

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface_Pen_diagram-520

  1. Eraser and top button

  2. LED light

  3. Right-click and select button

  4. Pen tip

Find your Surface model to see which pen features will be available on your device. If you don't see your Surface listed, it isn't compatible with this pen.

For info on changing the battery, go to Change Surface Pen batteries.

Surface model

Supports pen and inking

Supports Bluetooth

Magnet attach

Tilt

Surface Pro 3
Surface Pro 4

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface Pro (5th Gen)
Surface Pro 6
Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7+
Surface Pro 8

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes

Yes

Surface Pro X

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface Laptop (1st Gen)
Surface Laptop 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop 3 (all models)
Surface Laptop 4 (all models) 

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface Laptop Go

No

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop Studio

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface Book (all models)

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface Book 2 (all models)
Surface Book 3 (all models)

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes

Yes

Surface 3

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface Go
Surface Go 2
Surface Go 3

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes

Yes

Surface Studio
Surface Studio 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes

Yes

Surface Duo
Surface Duo 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Hub 2S

No

Yes

No

No

Drawing of a Surface Pen with single button on flat edge, with key features marked with numbers 1 through 7 to correspond to the text key following the image

  1. Eraser and top button

  2. LED light

  3. Cap

  4. Clip

  5. Magnet

  6. Right-click and select button

  7. Pen tip

Find your Surface model to see which pen features will be available on your device. If you don't see your Surface listed, it isn't compatible with this pen.

For info on changing the battery, go to Change Surface Pen batteries.

Surface model

Supports pen and inking

Supports Bluetooth 

Magnet attach

Til

Surface Pro 3
Surface Pro 4

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface Pro (5th Gen)
Surface Pro 6
Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7+
Surface Pro 8

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface Pro X

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop (1st Gen)
Surface Laptop 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop 3 (all models)
Surface Laptop 4 (all models) 

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop Go

No

Yes

No

No

Surface Book (all models)

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface Book 2 (all models)
Surface Book 3 (all models) 

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface 3

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface Go
Surface Go 2
Surface Go 3

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface Studio
Surface Studio 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

Yes

No

Surface Duo
Surface Duo 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Hub 2S

No

Yes

No

No

Picture that calls out the different buttons on Surface Pen with clip.

  1. Top button

  2. Right-click and select button

  3. Eraser button

  4. Pen tip

Find your Surface model to see which pen features will be available on your device. If you don't see your Surface listed, it isn't compatible with this pen.

For info on changing the battery, go to Change Surface Pen batteries.

Surface model

Supports pen and inking

Supports Bluetooth

Magnet attach

Tilt

Surface Pro 3
Surface Pro 4

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Pro (5th Gen)
Surface Pro 6
Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7+
Surface Pro 8

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Pro X

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop (1st Gen)
Surface Laptop 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop 3 (all models)
Surface Laptop 4 (all models) 

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop Go

No

Yes

No

No

Surface Laptop Studio

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface Book (all models)

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Book 2 (all models)
Surface Book 3 (all models) 

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface 3

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Go
Surface Go 2
Surface Go 3

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Studio
Surface Studio 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

Yes

No

No

Surface Duo
Surface Duo 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Hub 2S

No

Yes

No

No

Microsoft Surface Classroom Pen features

  1. Right-click and select button

  2. Eraser button

  3. Pen tip

Find your Surface model to see which pen features will be available on your device. If you don't see your Surface listed, it isn't compatible with this pen.

For info on changing the battery, go to Change Surface Pen batteries. 

Surface model

Supports pen and inking

Supports Bluetooth

Magnet attach

Tilt

Surface Pro 3
Surface Pro 4

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Pro (5th Gen)
Surface Pro 6
Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7+
Surface Pro 8

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Pro X

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Laptop (1st Gen)
Surface Laptop 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Laptop 3 (all models)
Surface Laptop 4 (all models) 

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Laptop Go

No

No

No

No

Surface Book (all models)

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Book 2 (all models)
Surface Book 3 (all models)

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface 3

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Go
Surface Go 2
Surface Go 3

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Studio
Surface Studio 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Duo
Surface Duo 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

Yes

No

Yes

Surface Hub 2S

No

No

No

No

Diagram of the Microsoft Classroom pen 2 with certain features numbered.

  1. Pen tip 

  2. Right-click and select button

  3. Eraser button

  4. Storage Clip and tether slot for secure storage

Find your Surface model to see which pen features will be available on your device. If you don't see your Surface listed, it isn't compatible with this pen.

For info on changing the battery, go to Change Surface Pen batteries. 

Surface model

Supports pen and inking

Supports Bluetooth

Magnet attach

Tilt

Surface Pro 3
Surface Pro 4

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Pro (5th Gen)
Surface Pro 6
Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7+
Surface Pro 8

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Pro X

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Laptop (1st Gen)
Surface Laptop 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Laptop 3 (all models)
Surface Laptop 4 (all models) 

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Laptop Go

No

No

No

No

Surface Laptop Studio

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Book (all models)

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Book 2 (all models)
Surface Book 3 (all models)

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface 3

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Go
Surface Go 2
Surface Go 3

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Studio
Surface Studio 2

Yes, with 4096 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Duo 
Surface Duo 2

Yes, with 1024 pressure points

No

No

No

Surface Hub 2S

No

No

No

No

Related topics

Sours: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/identify-your-surface-pen-and-features-c82a0208-2e35-b347-dae0-d7f4922edc77

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Surface Pen - Platinum

Streamline your creative process

Writing and drawing with Surface Pen feels natural, with precision ink on one end and a rubber eraser on the other. Tilt the tip to shade your sketches just like you would with a graphite pencil.1

Write and draw naturally

Precisely sketch and shade with 4,096 pressure points that respond to the lightest touch. Ink flows from the tip to your screen with virtually no lag, and the rubber eraser makes mistakes disappear. You can also rest your hand on the screen while you write as you would with a sketchbook.

Bring your vision to life

Compose a symphony, make an animated short, take notes, and draw 3D CAD designs. Use Surface Pen with apps designed for creativity like OneNote, Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, Bluebeam Revu, Drawboard PDF, StaffPad, CorelDRAW, and more.3 Surface Pen also pairs with Surface Dial3 for the full creative experience.

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