This Wacom Stylus Is Your Keep-Your-Greasy-Fingers-Off-My-Tablet Deal of the Day

An iPad (or any another tablet) is basically like a sheet of digital paper. A piece of paper that changes based on user input. That's why there are so many great drawing apps coming out every day. While these apps generally use your greasy fingers for input, let's not forget about the millennia-old technology of the stylus. If it helped the ancient Mesopotamians write accurate cuneiform, it can certainly help you boost your tablet drawing skills.

The Bamboo Solo Stylus is a tablet tool made by the company that knows computer drawing peripherals best—Wacom. It's a premium device and it should feel like a nice pen—it's got a weight of 20g for accurate strokes. And as Casey Chan pointed out, its 6mm tip should really help out with thin lines. The one downside is that it's not pressure sensitive, but those require specific apps that work with Bluetooth and cost four times as much as this bargain for the Bamboo Solo Stylus, which is only $18.67 today at Amazon. Most other outlets have it for $30 plus shipping, so this is a great opportunity to expand the functionality of your tablet for cheap. Pick it up, and draw something like an Egyptian. [Amazon]

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