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Do the HP Envy x360 2020 Laptops support MPP2.0?

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HP Envy x360 13-ay0175ng
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I heard that the new HP Envys x360 13-ay from 2020 have MPP 2.0 (Microsoft Pen Protocol) Support and a magnetic part on the side where you can attach the new HP Tilt Pen MPP2.0 .

But I have heard a lot of inconsistencies about that and I haven't seen any product info which confirm that.

 

So my question is: Does the HP Envy x360 13-ay (especially the 13-ay0175ng and 13-ay0377ng models) really have  ...

  • ... MPP 2.0 support so that I can use the new HP Tilt Pen with MPP 2.0, the Surface Pen etc.?
  • ... a magnetic side so that I can attach the pen to it?

Thanks in advance for the help

 

DOHER7

 

PS. Thats my first question, so if you have any advice for me. Feel free to mention them. 

 

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MPP 2.0 supported, no magnetic side.

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Thank you very much for the answer.
Meanwhile, I have done my own research and can confirm that the side in itself is non-magnetic, but the metal is, which means that magnetic pens such as the Surface Pen still stick to it (though not very strongly). 

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