Firmware for the CHUWI HiPen H6 got updated

HiPen H6

Tablets and 2-in-1 convertibles from the CHUWI brand are quite often equipped with the stylus support, so the company is also famous for making quality stylus pens. The latest one in their portfolio is the CHUWI HiPen H6, which is compatible not just with their new UBook Pro, but also with Microsoft Surface models and more. All that of course with a pretty customer-friendly price point, unlike some of the comparable models from the competition.

CHUWI HiPen H6 can offer quite a delicate drawing experience with 4096 pressure levels so even professionals will not be limited by it. It also has intelligent palm rejection for accurate writing including multi-touch mistakes. And because it’s equipped with a rechargable battery you don’t have to worry anymore about replacing the AAAA batteries like other styluses. With 90 days of battery life with continuous writing you don’t have to worry about battery at all in fact. And like we said before it uses the same MPP (Microsoft Pen Protocol) as the Surface series so you can get it for them too at a price of fifth of the original pen.

And now the stylus drivers got upgraded to the latest 01.03.06 version, bringing optimized performance and smoother experience in writing. The update process is pretty simple, but can’t hurt going through it, just in case.

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Copy the file “Phoenix-hid-update” to the tablet, open the file, click twice “ConfigUpdate ” to run.(About 5 seconds)

Upgrade has completed when the running interface displays the version 01.03.60, close the running window to finish.

You can find more information about the CHUWI HiPen H6 stylus and of course all the tablet, laptop and 2-in-1 devices from this brand on the official website. So make sure to check it out, because maybe just out there is hiding some late idea for Xmas gift for yourself or your loved ones.

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