The organization dispatched its first Classroom Pen in 2019. Valued at $39.99 per pen, it worked with any gadget - including non-Surface Windows gadgets - that upheld the MPP convention. The new Classroom Pen 2, which will be sold straightforwardly to schools, is considerably less expensive, costing $399.80 for 20 of them, which implies a solitary pen costs about $19.99. However, it seems like the pen is just enhanced for Surface Pro and Surface Go gadgets.
Microsoft doesn't specify on the off chance that it is viable with different Windows gadgets.
The pen evidently accompanies an "improved plan" and has a pen clasp to join to a Surface Type Cover. Like the original form, the Pen 2 likewise includes two fastens and has substitution tips just as an opening that educators can circle a string through to attach the pen to a Surface gadget.
Remember, in 2018, Microsoft started a forceful drive into the PC based instruction market. Google was among the main tech organizations to truly make an introduction to this market, and now, the Chromebook is utilized in schools dominatingly in the US and across the world. Microsoft isn't content with this, obviously. In this way, it's been dispatching cheaper gadgets, like Surface Go, and pointer pens made explicitly for understudies.