Wacom has launched a new stylus this week in the form of the Wacom Pro Pen Slim to help provide a more comfortable digital drawing utensil and alleviate your hand from cramps and other ailments during longer sketching and drawing sessions.
Dami Lee from the Verge explains a little more about the inspiration behind the new slimmer digital stylus from Wacom. “Most of Wacom’s styluses, which come included with its tablets, are a lot thicker than standard pencils, and take some getting used to. As an alternative to the Pro Pen or Grip Pen, some artists have turned to purchasing a separate Classic Pen, which has 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity and feels more like a regular pen. The $69.95 Classic Pen hasn’t been updated for several years, though, and the new Pro Pen slim aims to provide the same natural drawing experience with updated specs.”
Supported tablets include the :
– Wacom Intuos Pro (PTH-660, PTH-860)
– Wacom MobileStudio Pro (DTH-W1320, DTH-W1620)
– Wacom Cintiq Pro (DTH-1320, DTH-1620, DTK-2420, DTH-2420, DTH-3220)
– Wacom Cintiq (DTK1660K0D)
For more details and purchasing options jump over to the official Wacom website where the Wacom Pro Pen Slim digital stylus is now available to purchase throughout Japan and will soon be available worldwide priced at roughly $80.