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Wacom Brings $99 Intuos Creative Stylus to iPad

Aug 20 2013, 11:16am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Wacom Brings $99 Intuos Creative Stylus to iPad
 
 

Wacom has brought fun-filled ideas to the iPad via pressure-sensitive $99 Intuos Creative Stylus. This delicate instrument of interest works in synch with the iPad.

Are you the kind of person who loves to make cartoon figures on paper all the time just for the fun it affords you? Well, Wacom has got a little surprise for you! Its latest pen-on-paper experience will be a wonder to manipulate on your own. It is available on your tablet and allows you to sketch and splash some colors any which way you like. With many stages of pressure sensitivity, this device is compatible with Bluetooth 4.0 and shortcut buttons. The gadget has a polished aluminum chassis which is available in black and blue hues. A covering, pen and auxiliary battery are all included with this drawing-device. The famous creative iPad apps of Bamboo Paper, ArtRage, ProCreate, Psykopaint and Autodesk SketchBook Pro Pen are as easy to use as automatic writing is to the novice. 

The device runs on the iPad 3, iPad 4 and the iPad Mini. And the experience is even better than the real one. Version 2.0 of the electronic gizmo includes Tumblr and Dropbox sharing. Intuos Creative Stylus will be available on BestBuy for $99 starting from October. It comes with a host of cool features that make it a tool worth possessing. All artists and cartoonists as well as amateur drawing aficionados will be flocking to the stores for one soon. The visual medium seems to have definitely gained an edge over the written textual experience.


James Cuda, co-founder of Savage Interactive and developer of ProCreate for iPad, said, "It's great to finally see the trusted Wacom Intuos brand enter the creative mobile landscape. We're very excited to announce that ProCreate supports the new Intuos Creative Stylus and we can't wait to see what artists achieve with these two powerful mobile tools."

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