Quickly turn thoughts into action with Windows Ink — whether at work or school, with friends or family, tackling a to-do list or exploring a creative outlet. Naturally capture notes at the speed of thought, even before signing in.1 Instantly access Inking from anywhere in Windows Ink-enabled apps. And powerfully pair Inking with Office to easily make edits, create content and drive ideas forward.
Windows Inking at Best Buy
Windows Ink changes the way you use a laptop. Stop into a Best Buy store and let a Blue Shirt or Geek Squad Agent show you some of the features, try Windows Inking for yourself, and check out our selection of laptops built for Windows Ink.
Edit a document with Ink in Word by handwriting comments and selecting, formatting or removing sections.
Draw math problems with Ink in OneNote, then select an action such as solve, show steps or graph.
See markups that others have made in Word, Excel, PowerPoint or OneNote and watch them play back in sequence.
Intuitively capture your thoughts and ideas with Bamboo Ink. It interacts with the digitizer layer in the touch screen of Windows Ink-enabled devices for impressive precision and hassle-free app integration. Just pick up your Bamboo Ink to jot down anything that comes to your mind in the Windows Ink Workspace.
Pairing Bamboo Ink and Windows Ink gives you a natural way to write, sketch, scribble and annotate. This high-tech smart stylus includes three different fine tips (soft, medium, firm) and features pressure sensing to turn every stroke into a precise digital reflection of your ideas.
While Bamboo Ink is optimized for Windows Ink, it's also compatible with a broad range of pen-enabled devices, letting you use one pen for them all.3
Bamboo Ink sold separately.
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- This feature must be enabled in Settings and requires a digital pen with a Bluetooth button.
- Cortana available in select markets; experience may vary by region and device.
- Bamboo Ink is preset for the Wacom AES protocol, but can be switched to Microsoft Pen Protocol (MPP).