Wacom thinks it’s filled a space in the extremely packed tablet stylus market with the Intuos Creative Stylus and its ‘realistic pen-on-paper feel’. The Bluetooth 4.0 enabled device attributes 2,048 levels of pressure sensitiveness which ‘recreates the feel and artistic control of conventional brushes and markers,’ according to the press launch. The Creative Stylus is likewise suitable with Wacom’s free Bamboo Paper app, Autodesk SketchBook Pro for iPad, ArtRage by Ambient Design, and ProCreate by Savage Interactive.
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‘It’s excellent to lastly see the trusted Wacom Intuos brand enter the imaginative mobile landscape. We are extremely thrilled to announce that ProCreate sustains the brand-new Intuos Creative Stylus and we can’t wait to see what artists achieve with these 2 effective mobile devices’, states Brian Cuda, co-founder of Savage Interactive and developer of ProCreate for iPad.
Wacom’s Bamboo app has actually been upgraded with brand-new devices, premium notebooks and new color palettes. Variation 2.0 also now features export options for Tumblr and DropBox. Both the app and Wacom Stylus sustain the iPad 3, iPad 4 and iPad mini.
The Intuos Creative Stylus will land at Finest Buy shops in October for $100.