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JamesBro
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HP Pen Compatibility

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HP ENVY - 17t-ce100 CTO
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have an HP ENVY - 17t-ce100 CTO and need to know which pen styluses work with it. Does MPP or MPP 2.0 work with it? I wish they would include that information on the specs sheet on the HP website. 

I used the support chatbot, and it said that my laptop with a touch screen is compatible with the HP Pen and HP Tilt Pen. At just over $50 and $70 dollars, I looked for alternative compatible styluses. The pen does not say what technology it uses, but the tilt says it used MPP.  So I tried the Raphael 520 and 520BT. As far as I can tell one uses MPP and the other MPP2.0. (* Update - apparently they both use MPP2.0. So either my computer uses MPP, or I have to use a capacitive stylus) However, neither of them works on my laptop and I have to try and return them. I paired them with my computer, but they do not work on the Microsoft whiteboard.  Is there some additional setting I need to turn on to get them to work? This is so frustrating. 

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One amazon.com reviewer suggested looking up c05166879 on HP.com. I found this on HP's site:

HP PCs - Touchscreen Compatibility with Pen and Stylus | HP® Cus...

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05166879?jumpid=reg_r1002_usen_c-001_title_r0001

However, the link goes to a 404 page not found both on Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.

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