IT is a good pen .but.Unfortunately，according to the evaluating which from the net,the v pen not as good as experience like surface pen now,some lag actually,so i think you can wait for eve gen 2 maybe~~
Am I understanding this correctly that IAF is better using the Surface Pen and Bamboo Ink pen on the V, but that’s the only benefit of using another pen? How about the feel of the nibs against the screen?
I don’t find the friction to be particularly slippery. The tip on glass doesn’t feel paper-like, but it’s consistent with what you’ll find on a Surface Pro with slightly harder nib (H) than the Surface Pen’s default HB tip.
I have to say that my one big disappointment with the V so far is the pen. Firstly, there’s the previously mentioned issue with it being circular, and therefore unable to clip onto the device as strongly as on Surface Pro. Then there’s the buttons - I don’t like these buttons or their location, and a few times I’ve hit them by accident when trying to write. It’s also not as nice as flipping the pen over to use the eraser imo, but that’s probably very subjective.
Some tuning would definitely be handy as my strokes come on much stronger than I’d like.
The other thing is that I’m occasionally getting missed strokes, but thinking about it, I think this is limited to Word and might not be an issue with the pen itself.
I’m thinking of getting another Surface pen. The Bamboo Ink woulda been a contender if the driver offered tuning which, to me, is essential.
edit: though it occurs to me that the Surface Pen can’t be tuned on a non-Surface device either. Hmm.