Sunday, May 3, 2015

Microsoft buys N-trigs Pen technology for Surface tablets – AreaMobile

Microsoft wants to expand the pin functions on the Windows tablets the Surface series. These buy the Redmond company that used to Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3 pen technology of N-trig in.

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 with Pen | (c) AM

Microsoft buys the Pen technology of N-trig, the company uses for the pen of 3 Surface and Surface Pro 3. The share the Redmond company with in a short blog post. “The fact that the custom built with the digital pen work can be saved and shared with others, ways that do not offer tradionelle pens and paper open,” writes Microsoft. “Today’s investment is another step that advances this innovation.” For details on purchasing shares of the platform operators and device manufacturers not having.

Citing familiar with the matter people reported that “Wall Street Journal” that Microsoft around 30 million US dollars for N-trig technology pays. Microsoft has since 2008 already shareholders of N-trig and the largest customer of Israeli company.

Starting this Thursday, the new tablet model Surface 3 be available in stores in Germany. Buyers can choose between a 599-euro Wifi version with 2GB of RAM and 64GB of SSD storage and a 719 euro expensive Wifi version with 4 GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. At a later stage this year there will be the Surface 3 with LTE support. The Surface Pen is just an optional accessory with this unit and costs an additional 49.99 Euros. Students, faculty and staff of accredited educational institutions receive as already reported a 10 percent discount on the purchase price of the new tablet model and related accessories.

The Surface Pro 3 costs, depending on hardware equipment 799-1949 Euro in the Microsoft Store


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