Wacom has unveiled its latest stylus offering for users of touchscreen smartphones and tablets. The new stylus will also work with touch screen Windows 8 devices. The stylus is called the Bamboo Stylus feel.
The new stylus uses Wacom’s patented electromagnetic resistance technology working with tablets that use Wacom feel technology in their designs and others. One example of a tablet that uses that technology is the Galaxy Note 10.1. The new bamboo Stylus feel brings high-quality pressure sensitive pens for note taking, sketching, and navigating on tablets.
The stylus delivers a combination of active pen and sensor technology emulating the feel of traditional ballpoint pen or pencil writing. The Bamboo Stylus Feel will be available on January 7 in two versions. A carbon fiber version will be available for $79.95 with a cheaper version made from different materials available for $39.95.