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I'm guessing that this uses the electricity in the battery to trick the capacitive sensing screen into detecting a much more precise point. I haven't messed with capacitive in electronics so it's just a guess.
The PinPoint utilizes battery power to create an electromagnetic field around the tip of the pen thus allowing it to be "seen" by a capacitive touchscreen. Most touchscreens have been developed to look for something the size of your finger. Pretty cool technology, actually and allows for a much thinner writing instrument then your finger