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Wacom stylus iPad

Drawing on the iPad is possible with a stylus, but Apple’s tablet doesn’t support pressure sensitivity. Wacom has a new $99 stylus to fix that problem: The new Intuos Creative Stylus measures the pressure you put on it and supports up to 2,048 levels. Swipe the stylus lightly on an iPad to get a thin line; pressing the pen harder on the screen creates thicker lines. The Bluetooth 4.0 accessory is a clever way to add a hardware feature to a tablet without actually adding anything to the tablet.

  1. Fernando Miralles-Wilhelm Wednesday, August 21, 2013

    Hi Kevin, thanks for the post. One question I have is whether this stylus offers palm rejection on the iPad. No mention of that in the article, or did I miss it?

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  2. Chickeninabiskit Wednesday, August 21, 2013

    Cool, glad they are out competing in this market now. But it’s still not as precise as the Jot Touch 4, and it’s cheaper.

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