Stylus models for the Surface 2 tablet include the Adonit Jot Pro, Jot Flip and Lynktec TruGlide Pro. The Adonit Jot Pro receives generally positive reviews and officially supports Windows tablet devices, including the Surface 2.
The Surface 2, unlike the Surface Pro 2, does not have a pressure-sensitive Active Digitizer screen. This means that Surface 2 users are limited to capacitive pens. However, capacitive pens are often compatible across most touchscreen devices, creating many pen options for the Surface 2 within the capacitive stylus category.
Users that wish to use a stylus across all their devices might opt for a Jot Mini stylus. The shorter shaft of the Mini makes it suitable for use on smaller phones, as well as the Surface 2 tablet.
Artists that are limited to using capacitive pens often choose sets of pens with configurable brush tip options that enable painting and writing, such as the Sensu Capacitive brush and stylus.