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Wacom Clipboard Digitizes Paper Documents In Real Time

6While going digital seems to be the way of the future, full integration still seems so far away. Many industries still rely on the usual paper documents to do and transact business. One of the usual issues why it may be difficult to transition into the new digital world is that it can be a hassle trying to convert between different formats. It only if it becomes more convenient that integration into the digital format may be made quicker. The Wacom Clipboard may be able to do just that with paper documents. The Wacom Clipboard is a smartpad that can digitize any standard paper document in real time. It allows people to write and sign into paper documents in paper ink and converts it into a digital version. It is especially great in trying to have biometric handwritten signatures captured and attached to its digital version at the same time. It helps make digitizing documents easier as it does this in real time. The Wacom Clipboard works by keeping transferring handwritten entries on a particular paper document as it is written, including signatures. The clipboard connects to a PC or database via a USB connection. The smartpad can also be connected to mobile device wirelessly via Bluetooth. It also has a barcode scanner that can scan what's on the paper form and then identify the correct digitized version to call it up. Just as something is being written into the paper form placed on the Wacom Clipboard, a digitized version of it is also being made at the same time. It becomes a convenient way to make a digitized copy of paper documents without the hassle. The Wacom Clipboard is ideal for businesses that usually require customers to fill up paper forms and needs to have a digitized version of it without the need to scan the original form. The Wacom Clipboard is expected to be available sometime in July. Pricing details of this device have yet to be announced. Image Source: Wacom   Read More

Wacom Bamboo Spark Smart Folio

Even though we already are living in a digital world, there are just some things in the past that we cannot just let go that easily. Take for example the need to write on paper. Although we already have different ways to create more convenient documents by typing in a computer or even by using dictation, a lot of people still cannot seem to let go of the practice of writing on paper. There seems to be a certain level of appeal and sense of nostalgia for some people when they write on paper. And since this habit may not disappear any time soon, some companies have even integrated the handwriting as a feature for their device. One of them is this Wacom Bamboo Spark Smart Folio. The Wacom Bamboo Spark Smart Folio may look like a typical folio many people use. But it features a way to digitize anything you write on paper and then store it in digital form. People still like to scribble or jot down ideas on paper. It may be hard to do it having to take out a smartphone or tablet in order to do that. The hand-to-paper input seems to give people that help them generate ideas and solutions. The Bamboo Spark Smart Folio just helps in trying to make this possible. It comes with a smart pen and an area where you can place your favorite paper. A simple press of a button while you are handwriting your notes or ideas can save it locally or within the cloud. The Wacom Bamboo Spark connects to your device via Bluetooth. Using the Bamboo Spark app, users can transfer their notes into their connected devices, where users can further edit or add color to their work. Users can even take note of the progress of how you jot your ideas or notes down on paper, one stroke at a time. The Wacom Bamboo Spark is available in three versions- one designed with a smartphone sleeve, the other to accommodate a tablet, and a third to house an iPad Air. The Wacom Bamboo Spark Smart Folio is not yet available in the market. No pricing details have also been provided so far. Image Source: Wacom Read More

Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus works perfectly for iPad

Sometimes, the finger is not precise enough when doodling on a tablet. You wish you slab comes with a stylus, and thankfully Wacom offers just that for the iPad. The Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus provides a "realistic pen-on-paper feel" to your beloved Apple tablet, enabling you to draw or paint with utmost precision. This iPad stylus can detect up to 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity, creating masterpiece on your tablet as if you are writing on paper or painting on a canvas. It also has Bluetooth 4.0 and shortcut buttons. The Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus sports a brushed aluminum case in black or blue, and comes with spare nibs and an extra battery. Meanwhile, Wacom has also announced an update on its Bamboo Paper app, tinkering it to make the doodling app compatible with the new stylus, especially on the iPad Mini and both third- and fourth-generation iPads. The Bamboo Paper version 2.0 enables sharing capabilities to Tumblr and Dropbox, as well as premium notebooks, enhanced palm rejection, new tool collections, and expanded color palettes. The Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus will land on your nearest Best Buy beginning October for only $99. The Bamboo Paper app can be downloaded for free on iTunes. Source: Engadget Read More

Wacom Cintiq 13HD Tablet

Tablets still haven't lost their luster in terms of demand and popularity among consumers. The newer models have even gone to offer better features that make them an even indispensable device to have, both for work and for play. One of the recent ones is the new Wacom Cintiq 13HD Tablet. The Wacom Cintiq 13HD Tablet is a new 13-inch HD tablet that is designed for use by professional artists, designers and photographers. It has a best-in-class touch screen display that also comes with an improved Pro Pen function that allows artists to experience drawing or painting on the tablet similar to the traditional media experience. Also worth noting on the new Wacom Cintiq 13HD is the new Pro Pen that comes with the tablet. It offers 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity as well as tilt recognition. It is also cordless and is battery-free making it even more convenient to use. The new Wacom Cintiq 13HD tablet is expected to be available sometime this April at around US$1000. Image Source: PRNewswire Read More

Wacom Teases About HD Mobile Tablet

Wacom is known for its large HD tablets for the creative professionals and the Bamboo stylus that works in a multitude of mobile tablets including the iPad. However, a recent post on Wacom's Facebook page could indicate that the company will introduce a mobile tablet of its own "this summer." "We've heard you shouting out loud for a Wacom mobile tablet for creative uses. Well… we're listening," the company stated on its status update. Based on the post Wacom published on Facebook, the upcoming tablet will feature a pressure-sensitive professional pen, an HD screen, multi-touch capability, and "other valuable features that you haven't seen in other tablets." No other details were revealed such as what OS Wcaom would use. Judging by the comments on Facebook, it certainly put Wacom users excited. Source: Wacom on Facebook, via Engadget Read More

Wacom Cintiq 24HD Touch Unveiled

Wacom has announced an updated version of its Cintiq 24HD professional pen tablet. The Wacom Cintiq 24HD Touch offers multi-touch functionality and an improved display that shows 1.07 billion colors with 97% of Adobe's RGB gamut and improved on-screen color rendition. The multi-touch capability replicates how artists work with two hands when using traditional materials like paints, markets, and clay, all while harnessing the functions of today's creative software applications. "The ability to manipulate a 3D model or pan, zoom, and rotate an image with one hand while simultaneously sculpting or sketching with the other delivers a completely natural experience enabling artists to stay completely in their creative zone," says Don Varga, brand director for Wacom's professional products. Like its non-touch offering, the Cintiq 24HD Touch features Express Keys and Touch Rings so users can customize their workflow for maximum efficiency. It also has a fully-adjustable, counter-weighted stand for maximum comfort, whether the display is placed over the edge of a desk or placed to an easel-like position. The Wacom Cintiq 24HD Touch is expected to work compatibly with Windows 8, even without installing new drivers. It is due to arrive in retail shelves this August for a hefty $3,699. Source: Engadget Read More

Wacom Bamboo Stylus For The iPad

Although the Apple iPad already offers the convenient touchscreen function, others may still prefer using a pen stylus for some of its more unique features. Such a stylus may not be as common as many may think, even considering that the iPad is a pretty popular tablet, if not the most popular today. That is why many may take interest in the new Bamboo Stylus for the iPad being introduced by Wacom. The Wacom Bamboo Stylus may provide iPad users with the means to draw on their tablet device. The Bamboo Stylus is specifically designed for use on the iPad's capacitive touchscreen display, making it open for making pen-based notes, drawing and even editing photos. The Wacom Bamboo Stylus weighs 20g and is 120mm long. The Wacom Bamboo Stylus is set to be available in the UK market in May and may cost around 25 UK Pounds or around US$41. Image Source: Gizmodo Read More

Wacom Presents the New Intuos4

There's a need to raise a fervid discussion about Wacom's newest baby, the Intuos4. The best is yet to come as they have promised. The Intuos4 is designed to offer a whole new level of pen tablet experience, redefining the essence of professionalism and finesse. Intuos4 is endowed with splendid and pioneering features inspired by Wacom's highly professional creative team. The tablet body and surface combined have been entirely refurbished to enable engineering, consistent strokes in the longest time offered possible.  The Intuos comes in several wide-format sizes of your choice, available in S. M, L, XL and a wireless model. Take your pick that complements your working style and demands for professional development. The Intuos4 takes all your work progress worries taken care of. This sleek new professional gadget also carry out an impressive software points of integration along with balanced need for performance and comfort alike.The innovative details are obvious in every angle at a glance. Creativity and style is in every detail. That's what Intuos4 is all about. Details, details, details... it's in every aspect visible in the Intuos4. This gadget promises to surpass your every expectation, drawing a satisfied smile on your face.The Intuos4 is precisely the world's comfortable Intuos tablet so far. Showcasing a slim-profiled tablet with comfortable slanted palm rests that gives you absolute hold for working on each area of the tablet. The cordless, battery-free pen boasts off ergonomically and cushioned contoured barrel, and an array of interchangeable points.The Intuos4 also features illuminated displays applicable to M, L, XL and wireless models, the Touch Ring and ExpressKeys feature application-specific functions and no mouse included with the Intuos4 Wireless tablet. The perfect working partner is here to back you up and lead you to a progressive and professional  work style.Source:  MacWorld, via Engadget Read More

ASUS VivoTab Note 8 now on Microsoft Store

The ASUS VivoTab Note 8 is one of the products the Taiwanese computer hardware company introduced during CES 2014, and now this Windows 8.1 tablet lands itself on the Microsoft Store in the United States. The 8.1-inch mobile device, which bears a name quite similar to Samsung's Galaxy Note phablets, comes with a 1,280 x 800 IPS display, a 1.33GHz Bay Trail-based Atom processor, 2GB of RAM, and support for Wacom pen input. It also carries some specs available on the MeMO Pad HD 7, such as the 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, 1.2-megapixel front camera, and a 3950mAh battery. Microsoft has put up the ASUS VivoTab Note 8 on its market for $329 on the 32GB model, which is slightly higher than the $299 price tag that was announced during CES. If you are seeking for a 64GB version, you may have to wait a bit. It is nowhere to be seen on the Microsoft's online store. Source: Engadget Read More

Top 5 iPad Stylus

While Apple fanboys laugh about the use of stylus on tablets, some of them probably have bought a stylus for their own iPad to harness optimal usage of certain apps like Paper for iPad and Draw Something. And we are not talking about a minority of iPad users. Best Buy sold out of styli for iPad at one time, while Amazon's in-house stylus ranked #1 among the retailer's most sought-after tablet accessories—ahead of smart covers, screen protectors, cases, and stands. For months, The Verge reviewed several iPad styli in the market and graded them on a scale of 1 through 10. We have listed the top 5 on their list; you can check the rest of them, totaling to 20, at the source link. Sensu Brush, 8.5 - This stylus has something other styli do not: beneath that rubber tip is a brush head to simulate painting on your tablet, as well as for faster shading or background filling. Using the brush head, however, requires a bit of skill since the iPad recognizes a touch input as a circular mark and not a brush stroke. The rubber cap can be attached to the other side, extending the Sensu further while giving a reversible function. With its novelty, it is understandable why the Sensu Brush costs $39.99. LYNKtec TruGlide, 8.5 - The TruGlide stay true to its name as this stylus glides across the screen thanks to its unusual microfiber tip. It is arguably the most conductive stylus in the market. "(The tip) looks like steel wool, but feels as soft as a t-shirt," wrote reviewer Ellis Hamburger. "It's an odd feeling—the TruGlide exhibits almost zero resistance from the screen, which is ideal for games like Fruit Ninja or for watercoloring on screen." Its microfiber tip also makes TruGlide way more durable than the rubber tips of other styli. The only bad thing about the TruGlide is its really tight clip on the side; it is best not to store it on your pocket. Costs $15.95. Adonit Jot Pro, 8.5 - This stylus looks like an industrial tool. The aluminum and steel body comes with a plastic disc on one of its tip, which helps the Adonit Jot Pro glide across the iPad's surface. The other tip has a screw-off cap that covers the fragile plastic tip when not in use. It also comes with a rubber grip and internal magnets that makes the stylus stick to the top of your iPad for storage. The Adonit Jot Pro is ideal for precise writing and drawing. The plastic disc, which is replaceable when broken, enables you to look into the exact point where the stylus hits the screen. The stylus works on almost every direction and angle. It even makes an audible tap on the screen whenever you press it down. Costs $29.99. Wacom Bamboo, 8.6 - The Wacom Bamboo is the stylus of choice of the company behind Paper app itself and is hailed as one of the best stylus for the iPad. The Bamboo has more girth and less length than your average ballpoint pen, plus its rubber tip is smaller compared to other styli, making it a very agile tool. While its rubber tip may not provide the same "pen feel" while writing, it is arguably the most precise and "most predictable" in the market. It is going to cost you, though, at under $30. Applydea Maglus, 9.0 - An awkward name, an even more awkward grip, but The Verge declares Applydea Maglus (pictured) as the best iPad stylus there is. It is shaped like a carpenter's pencil, with two flat sides and two rounded edges, which makes you hold the flat sides like you are pinching. Nevertheless, "it performs better than any other stylus" Hamburger has tested. The rubber tip combines firmness with very high sensitivity. It does not require much exertion when using this stylus on the iPad. The firm rubber tip, however, produces rigid (although more accurate) lines. It also comes with magnets inside so it clings nicely on the tablet's sides, even with a Smart cover. Costs 20 euros (about $26). Source: The Verge Read More

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