If you’re an artist, or if you’re buying a product for an artist or designer then maybe the HP Pen Vs HP Tilt Pen won’t mean much to you. Most people draw on paper and the next day they erase it.
The only reason I would buy a graphics tablet is if I wanted to do some digital drawings (in Photoshop or illustrator) or if some other reason.
So in today’s article, we are going to talk about 2 products from the same manufacturer but they are intended for different purposes. One is a new pen by HP called “Tilt Pen” and the other is an older model.[the_ad id=”2255″]
HP Pen Vs HP Tilt Pen – What’s the Difference?
The HP Pen is the perfect choice for drawing, taking notes, or annotating documents. It features two buttons that can be customized and has a pressure level of 2048.
The HP Tilt Pen has all the same features as the HP Pen but also supports tilt input and has a pressure level of 4096.
The HP Pen works with your HP PC to give you the power of Windows Ink. With Windows Ink, you can write on web pages and share your notes with friends. Store your ideas in the Windows Ink Workspace and access them from any app.
Write notes on slides during a presentation. Capture your thoughts and send them directly into Word or PowerPoint. There’s no need to save them as images – just write over an image, text, or video in any app and make it your own.
You can use the pen to draw in apps like Fresh Paint or Autodesk Sketchbook. You can even turn the page in Microsoft Edge by simply clicking the top button on your pen while hovering over the page you want to turn (requires Windows 10 Anniversary Update).[the_ad id=”2261″]
The HP Pen is designed to integrate with supported HP devices, giving you a natural writing and drawing experience that can keep up with your thoughts. It supports most apps that support stylus input like OneNote, Fresh Paint, Drawboard PDF, StaffPad, and more.
- Batteries included
- Precision tip and pressure sensitivity
- Customizable buttons
- One-year limited warranty
- Up to 18 months battery life
- No Tilt functionality
- No Integrated presenter controls
- No Customizable Bluetooth button
- No Rechargeable battery
- Does not work on all HP Pavilion x360
The HP Tilt Pen is designed for natural shading and tilt support with selected HP Pavilion x360, HP ENVY x360, and HP Spectre x360 PCs equipped with Wacom AES technology.
The HP Tilt Pen gives you the freedom to write naturally. With the tilt function, you can shade your sketches just like you would with a graphite pencil. It’s easy to customize your pen’s buttons and pressure sensitivity to suit your preferences and even comes with two programmable side buttons for extra functionality.[the_ad id=”2347″]
Powerful and precise, the HP Tilt Pen lets you write, draw, or compute with ease. The pen tip replicates a natural writing feel, and tilt functionality lets you shade your sketches just like you would with a pencil. Plus, you can use the top button to open up Microsoft OneNote with a press.
- Up to 4096 pressure sensitivity
- N-trig technology
- Battery life up to 10 hours
- USB-C charging cable
- Customizable Bluetooth button
- Integrated presenter controls
- No Batteries
- No extra pen tips
- Doesn’t come with a Type-C charger
- No power button
Does HP pen support tilt?
HP computers (laptops) that support HP Pen also support HP Tilt Pen. But the Tilt performance can be difficult to work on older computers sometimes.
How does HP Tilt Pen work?
Does HP Tilt Pen work with HP ENVY?
Yes, HP Tilt Stylus Pen supports HP Envy x360 15m-ee0013dx laptop.
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