The Surface Slim Pen 2 has a flat design to fit well in the hand and a haptic engine to simulate the feeling of writing on paper. What it hasn’t had, so far, is official replacement advice. That has since changed, as you can purchase tips for the Surface Slim Pen 2 through the Microsoft Store.
“Keep extra pen nibs on hand when you need them with Surface Slim Pen 2 nibs. Designed and manufactured by Microsoft to work perfectly with Surface Slim Pen 2,” the product listing reads. The page notes that the tips are sold in packs of three, but you can also get an 80-pack if you’re a business customer.
When the Slim Pen 2 was launched, customers expressed concern about tip wear. Reddit users and others online pointed out that the guidance was not available from Microsoft. Until recently, people had to rely on third parties to find replacements. A Microsoft employee in an answer forum recently shared that new tips can be purchased through the Microsoft Store.
Surface Slim Pen 2 can be paired with Surface Pro 8, Surface Laptop Studio, Surface Pro X and Surface Duo 2. Although the pen has a haptic engine to simulate the feeling of drawing or writing on paper, your device must support the feature. The Pro 8 and Laptop Studio support haptic feedback when running Windows 11.
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