Bryan Roper holding pen

Microsoft is introducing some great new pen features and functions in its Anniversary Update for Windows 10 through Windows Ink. The company is working with Wacom to create a pen that will work across a huge number of pen-enabled devices.

While not mentioned during the keynote at Build 2016, Microsoft's Bryan Roper took to Twitter to reveal that it was in the works.

There are no details surrounding pricing or availability just yet, but it's great to see that it is in the works.