Samsung Spin 7 convertible (13.3" 2 in 1) does NOT use EMR, BUT...

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    What..? What is the "MPP protocol"?

    I have only very vague recollections of ever even hearing about MPP before. Clearly I wasn't paying much attention. Is this some Franken-child from the USI days..?

    From the compatibility list, it looks like MPP can work on both Wacom AES and N-Trig devices:


    If true, that's pretty cool. I wonder how well it performs..?
     
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    MPP is the new name for N-Trig after MS bought them out. Thus that Samsung Spin 7 is using N -Trig DuoSense 2 panel.

    All the devices in that list are N-Trig, not AES.

    Spin 7 seems to work just as well as all other new MPP devices, which IMO, is better than Wacom AES at this point.
     
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