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Primer contacto con “Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad”
Primer contacto con “Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad”

Applesecia thanks to Wacom Spain has given us the opportunity to play with one of their new products for iPad the Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad if you like the world of creativity and design and you don’t stop making sketches or taking notes from your iPad, keep reading this article.

Courtesy of Wacom UK from Applesupportphonenumber we have been able to test the new iPad stylus the “Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad” . Although it is clear that the main objective of these new tablets is not to have to use any extra accessories, since they have been designed specifically to interact with our hands, there are times when one prefers to use a pen or pencil for comfort. The Wacom pen was designed specifically for the Apple iPad (although it can be used on other tablets) and allows us to take notes, make sketches and any creative work we can think of using our iPad.

The problem is that almost all the pointers I’ve tried so far haven’t met my expectations, the accuracy is really no better than it would be using our fingers. Wacom claims to have solved this problem by using a thinner (only 6mm) pointer thus obtaining a higher accuracy.

Among its main characteristics is a black and silver metallic body, totally designed to adapt to our hands, although its design is light (only 20gr) and pleasant to the touch, for my personal taste a little more weight would make it more pleasant when writing or drawing.

As we have already mentioned, it stands out mainly because of its 6mm pointer (25% thinner than those of other manufacturers) and because the mine is interchangeable , but for the moment there are no other mines on the market of different thickness.

It’s time to get down to business from Wacom’s own website, they recommend a series of Apps with which you can fully enjoy the Stylus, but they are not the only ones, the Stylus is fully functional with the whole iPad, here are some personal sketches made using the SketchBook Pro app on the iPad (I’m not an artist).

It is very easy to use and it is really precise with the strokes, although sometimes I have noticed some slowness when the stroke appears on the canvas, next from more expert hands we will show you some images that demonstrate their true potential:


If you are a lover of artistic drawing and everything related to industrial design is a good purchase, since you will get the most out of your iPad together with this Stylus, otherwise it is a quite unnecessary element for the daily use of our tablet since it does not provide any improvement.

According to Wacom, the Bamboo Stylus will be available in mid-May and will go on sale at a price of £29.90 (including VAT)