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Pen Makes Microsoft’s Windows 8 Bearable

Updated on January 8, 2013

Many people who already tried Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system hates it, but that’s because it is meant for a touch screen monitor. Currently, E Fun has designed a pen that will allow consumers to use their monitors and have it touch screen.

This device was debuted this week in Las Vegas as the International CES. The International CES showcased the newest smartphones, tablets, computers, and other electronic devices.

Apen Touch8, the pen that will allow your monitor to be touch screen is cordless and all you will have to do is plug it into your Windows computer’s USB port. Apen Touch8 works on screens as large as 17 inches. The pen has an infrared beam at the end of its tip and that is how it will signal to computer what you are clicking on. Yes, just like all the other wireless electronic the pen is battery operated, and they say it should last about 500 hours and is replaceable. You can buy your Apen Touch8 pen in the end of March for about $80.


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      Russ Moran - The Write Stuff 5 years ago from Long Island, New York

      Useful hub for the new Windows. I shall try this pen as soon as I upgrade to W8. Nice job, voted up and useful