Earlier this year, Adobe revealed two cloud-enabled hardware offerings: the ‘Mighty’ stylus and the ‘Napoleon’ digital guide and ruler. The devices were in the development phase at the time, however Adobe has now revealed that both Mighty and Napoleon will be launched during the first half of 2014.

To bring the products to fruition, Adobe is teaming up with Adonit, understood for its own line of Jot styluses. Both tools are built with brushed aluminum and feature Creative Cloud connectivity through Adobe software application to permit users to save preferences and save their work from another location.
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Bluetooth LE is made it possible for on both tools, and Mighty, Adobe’s ‘cloud pen’, is pressure-sensitive, letting digital artists produce line drawings with variable widths based upon pressure. Napoleon, the digital ruler, is made to operate alongside the stylus, enabling individuals to draw straight lines and arcs.

With our first devices for the new creative– Task Mighty and Napoleon– we’re confident that we can help make digital creativity both even more obtainable and more natural by incorporating the reliability, expressiveness and immediacy of pen and paper with all the advantages of our digital products and the Creative Cloud. As we shared in our preliminary trial, Project Mighty is pressure delicate, which helps it draw a natural and expressive line. It’s also linked to the Creative Cloud, offering you the capacity to carry all of your favored personal digital assets, brushes and colors with you, copy/paste throughout devices and even more.

Along with a launch date for its upcoming hardware, Adobe revealed that its Imaginative Cloud apps have gathered more than 1 million subscribers since being launched earlier this year.

The company’s Photoshop Photography Program has actually also gone live today, providing existing owners of Photoshop CS3 or greater a chance to purchase both Photoshop and Lightroom for $9.99 per month.