Patent can be considered to be the new kind of ammunition in the war between companies, and Samsung and Apple have been a pretty good example of that so far. Well, Microsoft, the software company that has just changed their logo after 25 years, wants in on the patent war too by building up its arsenal of patents, among then the multitouch ePen which is touted to be clever enough to know just what function it is supposed to dispense the user with simply through the analyzing on how you hold your multitouch ePen.
This digital pen will still enable you to write or draw on your tablet’s display just like any other stylus allows you to, although Microsoft did patent this new kind of multitouch ePen which is said to come with touch sensors integrated right into the case itself, in addition to other necessary “equipment” such as a gyroscope, compass, and accelerator amongst others.
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