How Does a Stylus Pen Work?

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A stylus pen is an input device used to write text, draw lines, or select from a menu on an electronic tablet or screen. It uses electromagnetic resonance technology in which radio waves are sent to the stylus and returned for position analysis. The tablet picks up the information in the pen's tip in order to determine position and other information like pressure and Tool ID.
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How Does a Stylus Pen Work?
Stylus pens are devices designed for use with touch screens. These pens allow users to "write" on the touch screen much as they would a pad of paper, allowing input of handwriting, drawings and other gestures. Early portable devices often required a... More »
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