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Our teardown hands are itching to get down to business, but we take a moment to test out the S Pen.

First impressions: this stylus stacks up pretty well against Microsoft's Surface Pen and Apple's Pencil.

The S Pen is smaller (and more stow-able) than either, but still has a scan rate of 360 Hz and senses 4,096 levels of pressure compared to the Pencil's 240 Hz and the Surface Pen's 1,024 levels of sensitivity.

In an additional level of customization, the S Pen comes with two interchangeable tips: a soft tip for writing on smooth glass, and a hard tip for use with screen protectors.

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