S Pen and finger clashed in a duel and the stylus came out victorious. In last week's poll, three-quarters of voters backed the S Pen. And that was even before they knew Galaxy Note7's stylus can write underwater!
Some, though, refuse to go back to non-finger input, but they were in the minority. There were some concerns how the S Pen would work with the curved screen, but Note7's screen isn't all that curved.
Going through the comments, there are plenty of uses for the S Pen - taking a note during a call, sketching an idea, drawing, some like its accuracy (compared to fingers) when browsing the web and so on.
My favorite use has to be edgy's suggestion - use the S Pen for emulated Nintendo DS games. The handheld console has two screens and a stylus used on the lower screen. Some games made great use of that, like Guitar Hero's pick-stylus (the old Nokia 5800 used to come with a pick-like stylus, I wonder if there's a similar thing that works with the S Pen digitizer?).
Another suggestion on this topic came from whitedragon, who uses the S Pen for old games like Baldur's Gate, whose UI was hardly designed with touchscreen smartphones in mind but a mouse instead.
Anyway, all S Pen fans have their own use for it and sound quite unwilling to part with it, which brings them back to the Galaxy Note line again and again.
Misleading how? If you prefer using your finger, than the finger is lighter than the s pen.
Yup no need to argue on such simple thing . It clearly written "finger is mightier" there which is misleading .
it obviously just means you prefer using either the s pen or your finger. no need to complicate something so simple.