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The new Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus can take the pressure

on October 12, 2013 1:00 pm

The Intuos Creative Stylus from Wacom is a capacitive stylus for the iPad 3, 4, iPad mini and newer iOS tablets, which will recognize up to 2048 levels of pressure. When used with a compatible application like Wacom’s own Bamboo Paper or Sketchbook Pro from Autodesk, pressure on the pen’s nib will translate into thicker or thinner drawn lines. A couple of the apps even allow for palm rejection so that you can get that true pen on paper experience while you’re creating art. Included with the Intuos Creative Stylus is a carrying case that can hold the pen, extra nibs and a battery. Speaking of the battery, the Intuos is powered by one AAAA battery. Yes, that’s 4 A’s, not 3. AAAA batteries are smaller and harder to find than AAA’s, so that’s something to consider before buying this stylus. If that doesn’t bother you, the Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus is available now for $99.95.


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    Anton Ng says:

    You made a typo. It should be Wacom not Watcom.

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    Mikey Pizano says:

    I have the HTC flyer, and I had no issues finding AAAA batteries at Best Buy.

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    @Anton At least I was consistent with the typo. I fixed it. Thanks. :)

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