New Chuwi HiPen H6 Digitizer Compatible With Microsoft Surface Devices

Chuwi is about to launch a new digitizer called Chuwi HiPen H6, where H6 basically stands for the 6th generation Chuwi digitizer pen already.

All of Chuwi’s stylus up to now have been different, with different compatibilities even across the spectrum of Chuwi’s tablets.

The upcoming new Chuwi HiPen H6 however might start to change that as this new stylus will be compatible even with Microsoft’s Surface tablets and other Surface computers, with the exception of the very earliest Surface Pro 1 and 2, as well as the Surface RT.

The new Chuwi HiPen H6 looks like some of the predecessors, but features new technology on the inside, and a very modern looking orange rubber cap on top of the pen that covers the micro-USB charging port.

But even though it’s rechargeable, it still has long battery life, with the battery life estimated to last up to 90 days by continuous writing, with a 180 day standby time.

It supports 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity and weighs 16 grams. The tip size of the nib is 1.5mm thick.

Chuwi HiPen H6

– Tom Bowen

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