If you’re hesitant to give up pen and paper for all your note-taking needs, Wacom’s Bamboo Spark digitizing notebook has added another good reason to avoid a touchscreen stylus for a little while longer: handwriting to text conversion.
Toshiba has just announced a new Windows 10 convertible called the DynaPad, that shares more than a passing resemblance to the Microsoft Surface — but it’s lighter, thinner and likely a good bet for anyone who needs to use a stylus.
I love writing stuff down. Well, I love the idea of writing stuff down. Often I abandon the actual task because keeping track and archiving written notes is a huge pain in the ass. Wacom has a new toy called Bamboo Spark that digitizes your handwritten notes without you having to think about it...much.
Cuando uno compra un stylus, puede caer en el error de pensar que va a funcionar, a todos los efectos, como un bolígrafo o lápiz de toda la vida, sobre todo si se gasta 80 dólares en él. Lamentablemente, eso no es así en casi ningún caso, y el Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus 2 no es una excepción.
Los tablet han desplazado parte del mercado de tabletas digitalizadoras que utilizan los profesionales del diseño. Wacom es consciente de ello, y por eso sus últimos lanzamientos en IFA están orientados precisamente a convertir el iPad o cualquier tablet en la herramienta de dibujo definitiva.
Styluses for capactive screens like the iPad used to be wide and squishy—bad for precise drawing and writing. Only recently have companies been able to come up with pen-like tips for a superior experience. Wacom is the latest to offer one such device in the Bamboo Stylus Fineline.
The Jawbone JAMBOX line is your favorite series of bluetooth speakers, and today you can save big on the latest iteration, the MINI JAMBOX, which starts at just $106. By starts at, we mean the price varies by color, but fortunately the "graphite" is the most universally appealing and the cheapest. [Amazon]
If you're a tablet user who likes to draw, you know that the experience offered by an iPad or other consumer-oriented tablet is pretty limited. Wacom, maker of drawing-specific digital interfaces, now has a portable and powerful solution in the Cintiq Companion. It's great at one thing, but sometimes that's just not…
Wacom is covering all grounds lately with new products. Their latest is the Bamboo Pad, a touch surface with the gesture control the likes of an Apple Magic Trackpad, with some added functionality for drawing and jotting down notes.
On the heels of its Windows 8 and Android tablets, Wacom just announced a new sleeker and brighter Intuos. The new models are geared less toward professionals, and more toward everyday folk looking to draw and sketch on their computer.
Las tabletas gráficas Wacom son viejas conocidas de muchos diseñadores gráficos y artistas, pero hasta ahora eran periféricos, no dispositivos independientes. Wacom quiere cambiar eso con las Wacom Cintiq Companion, unas tabletas que tratan de aprovechar la estupenda tecnología de lápices electrónicos de la compañía.
Artists, illustrators, and designers of all kinds rely on Wacom's line of drawing tablets. Up until now, the devices only worked as peripherals. But Wacom's new line of fully self-contained tablets are the only devices you need to make art just about anywhere.
Photoshop users rejoice: Thanks to software developed by Wacom, Microsfot's Surface Pro now has the abilty to support a pressure-sensitive stylus.
This stubby little stylus might look more like a crayon than something you'd usually use with your tablet, but it could be just the thing if you only occasionally need to ditch your digits for something more precise.
If you love the idea of pretending to be a hipster graphic designer with one of Wacom's beautiful Multitouch Cintiq tablets but can't quite stretch to the $3,7o0 price tag, good news. The company has just announced a cute—and much more wallet-friendly—13-inch version.
Finding the perfect Christmas gifts for your friends and family is a real challenge. And as you struggle to find things they might like, don't forget they're trying to do the same for you. So when you open that bright pink sweater, or the coffee maker they already got you last year, just smile politely and remember to…
The Galaxy Note was, just a wee bit big to be considered a phone. Why not make it bigger and call it a straight-up tablet? Add on some Wacom stylus tech, bump up the specs—be our guest!
If you were a fan of the original stylus-packing Galaxy Note, but always thought that 5.3-inches was just too small: good news. Samsung's finally released the long-awaited quad-core 10.1-inch version of the Note, and you should be able to get your hands on it by the end of this month.
Conceding that sometimes making a quick drawing on a piece of paper still has the occasional benefit over sketching on a tablet, Wacom has updated its touchscreen-friendly Bamboo stylus with a capped ball point pen on one end.