The MSI Pen sets a whole new standard for how sketching, note-taking, copyediting and signing documents can be a part of your day-to-day workflow.
For those who have purchased MSI Pen or are interested in it, MSI has released a tutorial and know-how video.

MSI PEN Guide and Tutorial | MSI - YouTube


MPP 2.0 stands for Microsoft Pen Protocol 2.0, which is a standard for stylus. All the MPP2.0 stylus can be used on MPP2.0 supported laptop.

MPP is a protocol widely adopted across windows laptops and tablets. That means, even if your co-workers are using non-MSI laptops that supports MPP2.0, you can still use MSI pen to draw on his screen.


Note that there is also another stylus standard called AES, which is supported by Wacom. These two standards are incompatible, so your MSI pens cannot be used on a Wacom drawing tablet.

Bluetooth button

Bluetooth button

The Bluetooth button of MSI pen is able to control PowerPoint slides, but how does it work?

When you press the Bluetooth button once or twice, it actually triggers page up and page down key command respectively.

Therefore, you can also control other apps such as PDF reader, web page to scroll up or down with the MSI Pen Bluetooth button. Of course, you can apply it in other conditions that needs page up and page down too.

Learn more

Check out the official product page via the link below to learn more features of MSI Pen

MSI Pen – A journey without limit