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What does the Pen and Touch with 40 touch point support mean, and how do I use the touch?

HP Pavilion Power - 15-cb045wm
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I was recently scrolling through the settings in my computer when I got to the specs and saw this message, "Pen and Touch Support with 40 Touch Points", and wondered how this would work without a touchscreen. If there is a way to use it how can I use it and what products are out there to buy? The device I have is a HP Pavilion Power - 15-cb045wm.

 

- Thanks, Kameron

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What does the Pen and Touch with 40 touch point support mean, and how do I use the touch?

@Kovwiac Welcome to HP Community!

The windows you've got installed provides support for both non- touch and touch products, hence though you may be able to see the message/option on your device, it wouldn't work unless you have a touchscreen product, and multi-touch is technology that enables a surface (a trackpad or touchscreen) to recognize the presence of more than one point of contact with the surface.

 

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What does the Pen and Touch with 40 touch point support mean, and how do I use the touch?

So what products would work with this and how would I use them without a touchscreen because my screen on my laptop is not touch screen at all.

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@Kovwiac This is not for your product, you'll just have to ignore it as its readily available for all devices but works only on the devices that have touchscreen.

I hope I explained that well, let me know if i didn't and have a good day.

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