Wacom today debuted its Intuos Creative Stylus (through Engadget), which accustomeds Bluetooth 4.0, incorporated shortcut buttons, and 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity to produce ‘a practical pen-on-paper feel’ when making use of an iPad. It’s designed for sketching, drawing, and painting and aims to deliver ‘professional-grade efficiency’ to iPad individuals.

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The pen can be found in blue or black brushed aluminum with a case, additional nibs, and a replacement AAA battery. It works with the 3rd generation iPad, the 4th generation iPad, and the iPad mini. While it’s implied to work with the business’s Bamboo Paper app, it’ll evidently be compatible with various other apps too, including SketchBook Pro, ArtRage, and ProCreate.

Providing the power to produce expert results on an iPad, the Intuos Creative Stylus’s advanced technology can be found in kind of a best-in-class pen experience and pressure sensitivity of 2048 pressure levels. This suggests that it can reproduce the feel and artistic control of standard brushes and markers, so it’s perfect for sketching, showing and image editing. It’s likewise highly responsive, even responding to light strokes, while rejecting unintended touches when used with suitable innovative apps that incorporate Wacom’s industry-leading technology.

In addition to announcing the stylus, Wacom has actually released a brand-new version of its Bamboo Paper app. Version 2.0 of the app consists of Tumblr and Dropbox sharing, in addition to premium note pads, enhanced palm rejection software, new color combinations, and new devices.

Wacom’s Intuos Creative Stylus will be available in Best Buy Stores for $99 beginning in October.
Bamboo Paper is an iPad app that can be downloaded free of cost from the App Store.