Wacom, a name where many of us are familiar with when it comes to digital pens as well as digitizer tablets, has just announced its latest range of digital pens that will arrive in the form of the Bamboo Stylus solo, duo, fineline and Intuos Creative Stylus 2. Being in the third generation now, the Wacom Bamboo Stylus will boast of an upgraded tip that would replace the stuttery rubber ends for a carbon fiber nib, resulting in a smooth writing experience without compromising on accuracy. The Bamboo Stylus solo will carry this new nib, whereas the Stylus duo will arrive with a traditional ballpoint pen on the other end of the stylus, which will be well protected thanks to a removable cover. These two offerings happen to be passive and do not need any kind of battery or connection to work.
As for the Wacom Bamboo Stylus fineline, this happens to be a new pen which will rely on thin tip technology which can be found in high end devices. In a nutshell, users will be able to enjoy a more accurate experience that would make one feel as though they are writing with a pen, albeit all of the writing is done on a tablet display. The fineline will boast of 1,024 points of pressure sensitivity, resulting in a faster refresh onscreen. It will connect using Bluetooth 4.0 and has approximately 26 hours of battery life, where you can juice it up using micro USB.
As for the Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus 2, this is a high end stylus that boasts of 2,048 pressure points of sensitivity. It ought to enable users to write, draw and paint on iPads once they are hooked up to the tablet using Bluetooth 4.0. Heck, Wacom even threw in a side-switch for easy controls, letting you switch over to eraser from pen in a jiffy. The Wacom Bamboo Stylus Solo, Duo, Fineline and Intuos Creative Stylus 2 will retail for £17, £25, £60 and £65, respectively.