Ahhh. At 1:50 the user brings up a point which may be the driving concern which pushed Samsung to go with an AES stylus on their new edition of the Notebook 9 Pro. -That is, no remote wifi button on the pen to activate onboard features from afar. That may have been enough of a lack in Samsung's marketing eyes to push them to come up with a solution of some sort. And THAT might not have occluded a Wacom EMR layer. Which is to say that there may still be EMR capability in the new iteration. Fingers crossed! (Though, the Notebook 9 Pen being what it is, looks like a fairly solid machine to carry the EMR torch forward. It looks like a nearly identical copy of the N9P, but in blue and with updated ports). The only thing I'd need is for SanDisk to make one of their Extreme Pro thumb drives in USB C!