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Microsoft Classroom Pen 2 starts at half the price of its predecessor

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Microsoft Classroom Pen 2 is presented as a successor to the original Classroom Pen, released in 2019. It is a digital pen that is optimized for use with Microsoft Surface Go and Surface Pro laptops and, as the name suggests, is aimed at students. The company does not mention whether, like its predecessor, the new digital pen can be used with other laptops that are not on the surface of Windows and support the Microsoft Pen protocol (MPP). Microsoft says it is looking to the future with digital ink and cites studies that show that high school uses about 50 pcs. Paper, which is about 2.5 trees per teacher for a school with 100 teachers each year.

Microsoft Classroom Pen 2 price, availability

The Microsoft Classroom Pen 2 cannot be purchased as a single unit and is available in a pack of 20. The 20-pack Microsoft Classroom Pen 2 will cost $ 399.80 (approximately Rs. 30,000), which is half the price of the original Classroom Pen, which launches at $ 799.80 (60,000) for a pack of 20. Microsoft Classroom 2 pen will be available to educational institutions in the United States from April 27.

Microsoft has not yet shared the international availability of Classroom Pen 2.

Microsoft Classroom Pen 2 specifications

Microsoft says the Classroom Pen 2 is optimized for its Surface Go and Surface Pro laptops and comes with an improved design and a durable and replaceable pen tip. The Classroom Pen 2 has a binding slot and the pen clip also attaches to surface coatings so you have storage space for the pen when not in use. Microsoft does not say whether there will be multiple color options for the Classroom Pen 2, as only one Silver option was introduced at launch. The digital pen is shaped like a regular surface pen and has two buttons on it. Microsoft also does not share details about battery life or pressure sensitivity, which, given the price, is unlikely to be on par with the Surface Pen.

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