pen point

pen point

n.
1. A tapering metal device with a split point that fits into a holder and is used for writing; a nib.
2. The point or tip of a pen.
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The S-Pen still does very little for my actual penmanship, but its pen point sensitivity is sharp as ever, supporting 4,096 pressure levels.
The space you need for the height of your guidelines for this style of letter is five widths of the chisel pen point (see diagram).
It was an achievement that designers had been contemplating for several years and was based on the simple idea of putting a reservoir of ink behind a pen point.
One key feature of the display is its use of the world's thinnest pen point stylus.
The 14 pieces of exquisite art were presented with mediums like fine pen point on Wasli, mix media on Wasli and digital prints pasted on Wasli, the stunning works depict various themes giving a touch of words for language.
They are tubeshaped with angled ends cut to resemble a quill or pen point.
Penne means 'pen' in Italian which is why this pasta gets its name from its shape, with the angled ends of the tubes cut to resemble a quill or pen point.
ink to the pen point by capillary action, ensuring an even flow while
By touching icons or sliding screens under the moving pen point, you get to what you want on the screen.
He is the author of the regional bestseller, Robbed at Pen Point, and speaks to civic, business and professional groups on how to avoid being cheated by other lawyers, stockbrokers, financial and wealth planners, and "anyone else who will steal your money with a contract or professional degree instead of a gun.