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Topic # 236114 18-May-2018 15:58
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Not keen on spending $150 on a pen for my Surface Pro.
Any ideas for a reasonably priced ($50 - $70) substitute product?




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  Reply # 2023730 28-May-2018 09:27
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Wouldn't recommend compromising - keep an eye on Trademe?


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  Reply # 2023731 28-May-2018 09:30
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Any old stylus will work but the Surface Pen is well worth the money.  You'd be mad to not get the proper pen for the device you have.  

 

It's only $130 at Noel Leeming.  I think I got mine from NL last year for around $90 on sale. 




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  Reply # 2027169 1-Jun-2018 18:52
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So, thought I'd be smarter than everyone else and get a stylus from AliExpress. Definitely looked the part, but was total crap. Which wasn't unexpected, to be honest.

 

So I went and got myself a Surface-compatible Adonit Ink pen instead. Works like a charm, really happy with it.




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