Articles about wacom

Acer Spin 7 Packs A Qualcomm Chipset And A Wacom Stylus
While Apple made waves by announcing that they would start using their own custom ARM chipsets in future Mac computers, it should be noted that Apple is not the first company to use an ARM chipset inside of a computer. We’ve seen this done in the past with Qualcomm chipsets, although it feels like there is renewed interest in that following Apple’s announcement.

Wacom Apologizes Over Its Data Collection Program, Says Users Can Opt Out
If you’re a digital artist, there’s a good chance that one of your tools of the trade is a Wacom tablet. For those unfamiliar, Wacom is basically a tablet and a stylus that users can use to draw digital art on their computers in a more familiar manner compared to using a mouse. However, more recently, it seems that the company has been discovered to be collecting data on its […]

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 Review
The touch activated dual-display Yoga Book C930  is a “one a kind” computing device that cannot be categorized under any existing market segment since it is neither a laptop nor a tablet and cannot be viewed only as a note-taking product or a 2-in-1 tablet. That is why, unlike our typical reviews, it is difficult to compare it to any mobile computing product currently available.The successor of the first Yoga […]

Wacom Announces New 24-inch, 32-inch 4K Cintiq Pro Tablets
Long before the iPad Pro came along, Wacom was pretty much the default company that many artists and professionals turned to for their drawing tablet needs. In fact while the iPad Pro might be the more mainstream option, Wacom’s Cintiq tablets are actually still pretty popular, and it looks like the company has a couple more options for its users.

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Wacom Unveils New Cintiq Pro 13 & 16 Drawing Tablets
When it comes to computer input devices used by digital artists and graphic designers, Wacom is probably one of the more dominant brands around. Sure, there is the argument that the iPad Pro could be a legitimate alternative, but that’s a debate for another day. In the meantime for fans of Wacom, it looks like the company has announced two new drawing tablets.

Wacom Unveils The MobileStudio Pro Tablet
For artists and graphics professionals, Wacom is probably a brand that many of you guys have either grown up with, or have heard about. For those who haven’t, the company is known for their graphic tablets which helps with the creation of digital art. Now if you are looking forward to a more robust solution from Wacom, you’re in luck.

Wacom And Microsoft Look To Create The ‘Ultimate Stylus’
The way we interact with our devices have certainly changed a whole lot, moving far beyond the simple mouse and keyboard combination as touch has taken on a very prominent role to boot. At Microsoft’s BUILD 2016, the new Windows Ink was introduced, being a platform of applications and features which have been optimized for pen input. It seems that Microsoft will also be working alongside Wacom so that their […]

Wacom Bamboo Spark Is A Smart Notepad For The Traditional Writer
As efficient as it is to type up notes, there’s something about the pen and paper that is a bit too traditional to completely give up on. After all using a pen and paper allows you to make notes and draw up diagrams quickly and easily, versus a computer where you might have to launch tools in order to do that.Now if you’re after a solution that will be able […]

Wacom Cintiq Companion 2 Hits The FCC
Wacom’s bread and butter would be their artist tablets, and we have seen them deliver improvement and advancements in such technology for desktop artists over the years. In fact, it was just at the recently concluded CES 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada, that the folks over at Wacom did show off their Cintiq Companion 2 – which is a long time in coming, actually, especially when you take into consideration […]

Wacom Cintiq 27QHD And Cintiq 27QHD Tablets Looks Good, Works Better
[CES 2015] There is nothing quite like having a potent combination of form and function, and Wacom intends to capture the essence of both with the Wacom Cintiq 27QHD and Cintiq 27QHD tablets which will hopefully be able to meet the increasing demands of creative professionals. Regardless of which model you decide on, they will come with the very best in pen-on-screen performance, sporting a generous, edge-to-edge glass work surface, […]

Wacom Bamboo Stylus Range Announced
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 […]

Netronix E Ink Display Sports Wacom Digital Pen Support
The folks over at Netronix are currently showcasing a slew of new designs when it comes to eReaders which will also include an interesting prototype. This particular prototype will sport a 6.8” E Ink display, where it runs on Android-based software while boasting support for a Wacom digital pen to work alongside it. Just in case you were wondering why does the name Wacom sound so familiar, that is because […]

Wacom WILL Framework Shared Pen-Based Input Data
I am quite sure that many of us have heard of Wacom before, the company that churns out digitizer tablets (an example which you can see in the image above) for digital artists and the like. Apparently, the company is working on a new protocol known as WILL, where it will be cross platform in order to play nice across computers and mobile devices. WILL is the acronym for Wacom […]

Cintiq Companion And Companion Hybrid Announced
Wacom, the drawing and artist tablet manufacturer that has catered for many a digital artist over the years has just introduced a new Cintiq Companion range of tablets, where the Cintiq Companion will be powered by Windows 8, and is accompanied by full versions of creative software. As for the Cintiq Companion Hybrid, that happens to be a traditional Cintiq whenever you plug it into a Mac or PC, but […]

Wacom Cintiq 22HD Touch Announced
Wacom has just announced yet another tablet of theirs, which would come in the form of the Wacom Cintiq 22HD touch. All right, so 22” might seem a tad too large for it to be called a tablet, but do let me have the liberty of calling it that for the moment. This 22” pen display would feature multi-touch functionality, which is somewhat familiar to those who have spotted the […]

Wacom Bamboo Stylus Mini
When it comes to digitizer tablets, there is one name in the industry that definitely stands up and above from the rest of the pack, and that would be none other than Wacom. I am quite sure that graphics professionals as well as digital artists have had their fair share of action with a Wacom digitizer tablet in the past (or even the present), but here is an idea – […]

Wacom Cintiq 13HD Announced
Wacom has just announced their latest interactive pen display, where it is known as the Wacom Cintiq 13HD which will target creative professionals who work in areas such as design, art and image editing. Of course, some of the sharper tools in the shed would know that the Wacom Cintiq 13HD will feature a 13-inch HD display, in addition to an adjustable stand as well as an improved Pro Pen […]

Wacom HD Mobile Tablet In The Pipeline
So, the dust over at Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, has settled, and we are done with the second big show of the year, and are looking forward to what CeBIT has to offer next. Since we have reverted to regular programming, so to speak, how about a little teaser from the likes of Wacom? The famous digitizer tablet manufacturer has decided to use Facebook as the avenue of choice, posting […]

Samsung Purchases 5% Of Wacom To Further Strengthen Its Stylus
Samsung Galaxy Note users are probably extremely familiar with their S-Pen as it’s accompanied both Galaxy Note devices and the Galaxy Note 10.1 and add something to those devices that no other pen-like accessory can accomplish. If you’re not a fan of the Galaxy Note’s stylus, it looks as though you’ll be stuck with it for some time as Samsung has made an investment in a company, which indicates its […]

Wacom announces availability of Bamboo Stylus pocket for tablets
Given that Apple’s iPad was not originally designed to be used with styluses, there is no place to keep a stylus if you were to use one. Sure you could put them into your pocket or bag, but since it isn’t actually attached to the tablet, you could forget to bring it out with you. Wacom is hoping that make styluses for the iPad a little more obvious and has […]