Wacom Bamboo Stylus duo lets you write in ink as well
When it comes to digitizer tablets, we more or less have heard of the name ‘Wacom’, and it has certainly stamped its mark in the digital artist category to date with their stable of quality accessories and peripherals. Well, since they are involved in tablet devices (of sorts) for quite some time already, it makes perfect sense for Wacom to diversify their range of peripherals by coming up with the Wacom Bamboo Stylus duo.
Just what does the Wacom Bamboo Stylus duo do in your possession? For starters, the name itself drops a hint of it being a new dual-purpose stylus, targeting the millions of iPad and Android-powered tablet owners out there (PlayBook owners qualify too, but just what percentage of the tablet market is snapped up by the BlackBerry PlayBook?) with a proven capacitive pen tip for on-screen input at one end of the Stylus.
To further enhance its appeal, the Wacom Bamboo Stylus duo will also feature a premium ball-point ink pen at the opposite end which you can use in tandem with traditional paper. It will naturally come in an elegant design and quality craftsmanship just like the rest of its products, and is perfect for writing or drawing, whether you are involved in the digital or analog world.
To commemorate the release of the Wacom Bamboo Stylus duo, Wacom has also introduced Bamboo Paper, a free digital notebook app which has already passed the 2.5 million download mark on the iPad, although this time it will target users who dabble with the Android Market (better known as Google Play now). Bamboo Paper will basically let you create and share handwritten notes, doodles and sketches on your mobile devices.
Expect the Wacom Bamboo Stylus duo to arrive sometime in the middle of this month onwards, with an accompanying $39.95 price point.