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7 years ago from Sam Solomon, Staff Product Designer at Salesloft

  • Blake Reary, 7 years ago

    If you watch the video, notice how all of the stylus use is done without the palm resting on the screen. Makes me think that this won't have great palm rejection. Everything else looks pretty sweet, though.

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    • Brian HintonBrian Hinton, 7 years ago

      In art school I was trained to not touch the paper. Imagine painting with your hand on the canvas? OIL EVERYWHERE! Classically trained designers tend to not touch the paper / screen / insert thing. To me it's either that reason, OR the more likely reason being that they wanted to really highlight the pen touching the screen in the video, so they asked her to hold it a certain way.

      And considering I've used the Surface Pro, Surface 3, Surface 3 Pro, etc. I never had any issues with interaction from anything. Windows has been doing tablets for a LOOONG time. They have the palm rejection thing down.

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    • Asher SimondsAsher Simonds, 7 years ago

      If you look closely at the shot of the comics artist sketching in Photoshop, he has his hand right on the screen. It's also mentioned out loud about the palm rejection.

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