One of the amazing things about the iPad is how we can get to interact with the device using only our fingers. No need for a stylus that always gets lost. Every motion is intuitive and natural.
Then again, there are people who may prefer to use a stylus for certain applications. Off the top of my head, I really can’t think of a reason I would want a stylus for the iPad; but if you are one of those who have been wishing for a pen-like tool to use with the iPad, then Wacom has some good news for you. Earlier this week, the company announced the Wacom Bamboo Stylus for the Ipad.
If you have tried to use a pen, a stylus, or any similar item to write, tap, or draw on your iPad, then you know that it simply won’t work. With Wacom’s stylus, your iPad is essentially being tricked into thinking that the stylus is your finger. Forget magical – with the right technology, it can be fooled!
This new stylus is not the first in the market that can be used with the iPad, actually. The edge that Wacom has is the 6-mm tip. That means one thing: finer and tighter control over movements. Artists, for example, can create better works of art with this nifty stylus. It is also 25 percent thinner than other similar products that are already available.
The Bamboo Stylus has not hit the shelves yet, but it should by May. If the news about pricing is right, then one should cost about GBP25 (about USD 40). That’s cheap enough to get one, but pricey enough to make sure you don’t lose it!
Via Latest Gadgets