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Wacom Cintiq Companion Review: A Dream for Drawing, Otherwise Awkward

If you're a tablet user who likes to draw, you know that the experience offered by an iPad or other consumer-oriented tablet is pretty limited. Wacom, maker of drawing-specific digital interfaces, now has a portable and powerful solution in the Cintiq Companion. It's great at one thing, but sometimes that's just not enough. Read More >>

Wacom Bamboo Pad: A Touchpad Enhanced for Sketching and Writing

Wacom is covering all grounds lately with new products. Their latest is the Bamboo Pad, a touch surface with the gesture control the likes of an Apple Magic Trackpad, with some added functionality for drawing and jotting down notes. Read More >>

Redesigned Wacom Intuos Tablets: A New Look for Budding Artists

On the heels of its Windows 8 and Android tablets, Wacom just announced a new sleeker and brighter Intuos. The new models are geared less toward professionals, and more toward everyday folk looking to draw and sketch on their computer. Read More >>

Wacom Cintiq Companion: Windows 8 and Android Tablets For Artists Only

Artists, illustrators, and designers of all kinds rely on Wacom's line of drawing tablets. Up until now, the devices only worked as peripherals. But Wacom's new line of fully self-contained tablets are the only devices you need to make art just about anywhere. Read More >>

A Tiny Wacom Stylus Is a Perfect Phone Companion (If You Don't Lose It)

This stubby little stylus might look more like a crayon than something you'd usually use with your tablet, but it could be just the thing if you only occasionally need to ditch your digits for something more precise. Read More >>

Wacom's New 13-Inch Multitouch Tablet Won't (Quite) Break the Bank

If you love the idea of pretending to be a hipster graphic designer with one of Wacom's beautiful Multitouch Cintiq tablets but can't quite stretch to the £3,000 price tag, good news. The company has just announced a cute — and much more wallet-friendly — 13-inch version. Read More >>

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Review: Can a Tablet Fix What the Phone Got Wrong?

The Galaxy Note was, just a wee bit big to be considered a phone. Why not make it bigger and call it a straight-up tablet? Add on some Wacom stylus tech, bump up the specs—be our guest! Read More >>

Wacom's Ballpoint Touchscreen Stylus Works with Paper Tablets, Too

Conceding that sometimes making a quick drawing on a piece of paper still has the occasional benefit over sketching on a tablet, Wacom has updated its touchscreen-friendly Bamboo stylus with a capped ball point pen on one end. Read More >>

Wacom Intuos 5 Hands On: Multitouch Feels Good

If you are as addicted to Wacom tablets as I am, you will like to know that there's a new Intuos in town, the Intuos 5. What's new? It's multitouch, like their simpler Bamboo models. You can use multitouch gestures in OS X and Windows using your five fingers (like zooming in and out, rotate, pan, or navigate through apps) which is a great addition, all while still being able to use the pressure-sensitive pen. With the Intuos 5 you can actually ditch your mouse or trackpad completely. Read More >>

Wacom's New Tablets Pack Multitouch and HUD Software

If you spend a lot of time in Photoshop, chances are you use — or would benefit from — a tablet instead of a mouse. Wacom's offerings tend to be some of the best, and their new Intuos5 range seems no exception. Read More >>


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