Wacom bamboo stylus-more accurate than using the finger

Wacom bamboo stylus

Wacom bamboo stylus

The company Wacom has shown its worth before with its innovative designs and innovative creations that are well accepted between the people which are looking for a professional and good looking pen tablets. Now they are presenting a new way for you to use your personal touch pad, tablet or touch phone. The market for pens that work with capacitive screens is quite new and it is mainly supported by people who do much more on their touch capable devices than write a text or check the weather. So, if you are one of the ones that wish to draw or take notes on your touch capable device and do it with great precision, this is the gadget for you.

Bamboo Stylus as I said comes from a family with a great pedigree, so just after unboxing, even a layman can see that before him he has a stylus that is firmly built. The aluminum body, with an ergonomically satisfying shape, good weight distribution and perfect mass distribution at the top of the pen is adorned by a very thin (for this type of devices) top, made from high quality rubber with conductive fiber, which is simulating a finger.

To all of those that are keen on drawing with their fingers this kind of attributes of the stylus are going to be quite helpful. The stylus is quite precise and it can fully use the potential of the screen of an iPad tablet, for which is mainly made, but it is also compatible with all the capacitive screens on the market. Thanks to the thin tip the user can see where the line will end, which is a problem with other devices like this. It’s not recommended for playing games, but if you are doing more professional work on your touch sensitive screen and you are willing to pay for the comfort, this device gets two thumbs up.

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