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Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13: King of stylus PC balance, but for whom?

Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13: King of stylus PC balance, but for whom?

We're splitting up our Wacom Mobile Studio Pro (DTH-W1320) 13-inch model Review into several parts, starting with this basic assessment. It's a device that needs to be approached from several angles. Today we're discussing impressions with which this device left us after a several months-long review process. We're looking today at the sorts of person this device is best for - and about who might want to avoid purchase.

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Galaxy Tab A Plus arrives with an S Pen, 8-inch screen

Galaxy Tab A Plus arrives with an S Pen, 8-inch screen

Google may have given up on tablet but Android OEMs haven't all thrown in the towel just yet. Following the uneventful launch of the Galaxy Tab S5e, not Tab S5, Samsung has even more quietly launched a new tablet for the masses. But rather than just a simple low-end slate, the Galaxy Tab A Plus (2019) boasts of decent specs, an 8-inch Full HD screen, and a talented S Pen to boot.

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Samsung Notebook 9 Pen released online only

Samsung Notebook 9 Pen released online only

Those waiting for the newest Galaxy Note-like device with an S Pen will find it in the Samsung Notebook 9 Pen. Meanwhile the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro looks about as sleek and refined as any Samsung notebook has ever before. Both devices were first revealed back at CES 2019. Both devices are now set to be available on March 17th, 2019.

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Galaxy Note S Pen might have a camera inside for selfies

Galaxy Note S Pen might have a camera inside for selfies

How much can you squeeze inside a thin stick like the Galaxy Note 9’s S Pen? Well, there is a button, a supercapacitor acting as a battery, a Bluetooth radio, and a spring. If that sounds like a lot already, apparently Samsung thinks that isn’t enough. For its next S Pen trick, it may put a camera inside. Still not satisfied, it might even add optical zoom that is mostly absent in larger smartphones.

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Microsoft Education news today: New notebooks, Classroom Pen

Microsoft Education news today: New notebooks, Classroom Pen

In the mix today is a whole lot of Windows 10 devices for education plus a brand new Microsoft Classroom Pen. The Microsoft Education team announced a bunch of news at the annual Bett conference this week, starting with devices, complete with big fat discounts for schools. It's almost as if Microsoft wants to make a big dinger in Google's Chromebook business - the business that used to be unquestionably dominated by Windows machines.

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E Ink JustWrite makes any surface ‘digital writing enabled’

E Ink JustWrite makes any surface ‘digital writing enabled’

The folks at E Ink have a new sort of film that'll enable digital writing on a wide variety of new devices. This film is like a plastic sheet - sort of - and can be applied to any surface to create a simple electronic paper experience. Once installed, this material allows writing that'll stay in-place for an indefinite amount of time - and can be removed with a single tap of a button.

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Samsung Chromebook Plus LTE released: Worth it?

Samsung Chromebook Plus LTE released: Worth it?

The Samsung Chromebook Plus LTE for 2018 was put on sale today - so let's take a look at what's new. This isn't an all-new device - it's more of a refresh with a bump. If you already have a Samsung Chromebook Plus released in 2018, this is basically the same thing, with the potential to connect to LTE mobile data. You might also be able to find this device at a different location or two - but otherwise it's pretty much the same.

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Samsung Galaxy Book 2 LTE released: Better than Surface Pro 6?

Samsung Galaxy Book 2 LTE released: Better than Surface Pro 6?

Those users looking for Samsung notebooks will find a couple new devices appearing on shelves today. Much as it was with each previous release of devices that run Windows and/or Chrome, there's always alternatives to the newest of the new. Today we're looking at what these newest bits of hardware provide, and we take a peek at what we might recommend you also consider before buying.

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New Apple Pencil 2018 charges wirelessly, has laser engraving

New Apple Pencil 2018 charges wirelessly, has laser engraving

The new Apple Pencil does away with the Lightning charging oddity of its first iteration, choosing instead a wireless charging solution. This new Apple Pencil has one flat side so it can securely attach to the side of the new iPad Pro, which also has a flat side (four flat sides, actually). There, a wireless charging panel under the side of the iPad Pro allows the Apple Pencil to charge.

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Huawei MediaPad M5 lite brings a stylus to mid-range

Huawei MediaPad M5 lite brings a stylus to mid-range

Apple's Pencil-enabled 2018 iPad will hopefully start a new trend in tablets. Samsung, ironically, seems to have gone the other way and forgotten to give its newest Galaxy Tab A slates an S Pen. If you are searching for an affordable Android slate with that exact feature, you might want to look at Huawei for salvation. That's because its new MediaPad M5 Lite might exactly be what you need.

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Paper app makers FiftyThree now belongs to WeTransfer

Paper app makers FiftyThree now belongs to WeTransfer

Years before Apple came out with the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil, very few companies dared to oppose what the late Steve Jobs said about styluses, that nobody would want them. In 2012, a startup named FiftyThree launched not only an award-winning Paper sketchbook app exclusively for the iPad then nascent but also a popular Pencil stylus. Now six years later, the company is no more, having been acquired by someone you least expected: cloud-based file transfer company WeTransfer.

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Galaxy S and Galaxy Note merger makes perfect sense

Galaxy S and Galaxy Note merger makes perfect sense

With the upcoming launch of the Galaxy Note 9 and news of the Galaxy S9’s lackluster sales numbers, it’s not entirely surprising to hear murmurs of Samsung axing one or the other product lines. Of course, that still depends on how well or how badly the Galaxy Note 9 performs in comparison. It might, however, be more beneficial to simply merge its two flagship phones completely, whatever name it comes up with. That might even mean axing the non-Plus model as well.

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