stylus

Wacom Pro Pen 3D just appeared with an extra dimension of control

Wacom Pro Pen 3D just appeared with an extra dimension of control

The Wacom Pro Pen 3D was revealed today for use with 3D creative applications on Wacom drawing tablets. This digital pen is made for use with the Wacom MobileStudio Pro, Cintiq Pro or the 2017 Intuos Pro pen tablet. While this pen may look similar to past pens released by Wacom, this model includes one feature addition "frequently requested by creative professionals working in industrial design, game design, animation, virtual and augmented reality, and 2D and 3D art."

Continue Reading

Apple Pencil for iPhone 12 tipped in Korea

Apple Pencil for iPhone 12 tipped in Korea

A new tip on Apple's stylus-laden future has come to light, this time making a play for the next-generation iPhone. We're so extremely far away from the next iPhone right now that I'm taking a total stab in the dark with the name iPhone 12 - it could also be the iPhone Pro, or the iPhone 11 (even though X is 10, and 11 should then come in 2018, and this device is tipped for 2019). The more important point right this minute is the suggestion that the next iPhone might have its own stylus, not unlike the Apple Pencil.

Continue Reading

Wacom Bamboo Ink stylus for Windows 10 tablets now up for grabs

Wacom Bamboo Ink stylus for Windows 10 tablets now up for grabs

There is no shortage of Windows 10 tablets and 2-in-1s that support one kind of stylus or another. There is just one problem: they each have their own, using sometimes incompatible technologies. Wacom, ever the champion of styluses, has a solution. Announced last may, the Wacom Bamboo Ink pen offers a pressure-sensitive stylus to a wide plethora of Windows 10 devices from different manufacturers. The only requirement? That they support the Windows Ink.

Continue Reading

Samsung Notebook 9 Pro and its S Pen partner launch in 2 weeks

Samsung Notebook 9 Pro and its S Pen partner launch in 2 weeks

Samsung is really bringing its S Pen back to its Windows devices. Following the 2-in-1 Galaxy Book duo, Samsung announced the Notebook 9 Pro convertible late May that not only offer better specs than the non-Pro Notebook 9 before it, it also offered stylus inside. Unlike with the Galaxy Books, Samsung isn't waiting too long to bring the laptop hybrid to market, with Notebook 9 Pro pre-orders starting this week and a launch set late June.

Continue Reading

Apple Pencil power comes to iPhone with Wacom Bamboo Sketch

Apple Pencil power comes to iPhone with Wacom Bamboo Sketch

Today Wacom revealed two new stylus devices, one of which works on the iPhone (and the iPad). While the Apple Pencil only works on "Pro" devices like the iPad Pro, this Wacom Bamboo Sketch works on both iPhone and iPad. This device lets users "draw on their iOS devices like they would with a pen and paper."

Continue Reading

Wacom Bamboo Ink stylus released for Windows Ink

Wacom Bamboo Ink stylus released for Windows Ink

This week the folks at Wacom have two new stylus releases in store for their "Bamboo" line. These devices look similar but act very different - in how they interact with their chosen devices, that is. The Bamboo Ink smart stylus works with Windows Ink, while the Bamboo Sketch smart stylus works with iOS devices of several sorts - not just iPad Pro.

Continue Reading

LG Stylo 3 PLUS arrives on T-Mobile

LG Stylo 3 PLUS arrives on T-Mobile

Nope, still not a Galaxy Note killer. Earlier this year, LG revealed the Stylo 3 pictured above that, like other Stylos, or Styluses, before it, offered a thin but still capacitive stylus inside a mid-range phablet. Four months later, LG is raising the bar just a little bit higher. A very, very little bit. The LG Stylo 3 PLUS, which is now available on T-Mobile, retains much of the same specs as the earlier model, but now with a Full HD display instead of just HD.

Continue Reading

iPad Pro Review Addendum: 1-year later, still sketchin’

iPad Pro Review Addendum: 1-year later, still sketchin’

I've officially been using the iPad Pro - the first one - for a full year. It's actually been more than a year if you count my time with my first review unit. In any case, I've been making use of a 12.9-inch original iPad Pro since March of 2016. Since then there's been no single smart device (other than a smartphone) that I've used so consistently.

Continue Reading

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 could support the S Pen stylus

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 could support the S Pen stylus

With the Galaxy S8 out of the running for MWC 2017's best mobile device, save for a rumored minute-long teaser video, it seems that Samsung will be throwing everything except the kitchen sink on the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet instead. In addition to some of the best specs to come to tablets, the Galaxy Tab S3 is now also tipped to be compatible with the company's Wacom-powered S Pen stylus, making it a direct rival of Apple's iPad Pro tablets and raising questions about Samsung's own Galaxy Note line.

Continue Reading

Samsung Chromebook Plus, Pro flaunt stylus, Android apps

Samsung Chromebook Plus, Pro flaunt stylus, Android apps

While Samsung may have been one of the earliest adopters of Google’s Chromebook vision, it has languished in recent times compared to other more enthusiastic Chromebook makers. At CES 2017, however, it has returned with a vengeance. Chromebooks that can fold into tablets are nothing new. But one that also has a stylus to boot? Practically unheard of. And that is exactly what Samsung is bringing to the table. And even better, it is coming with Android apps as well, before other existing Chromebooks can get their hands on them (officially, that is).

Continue Reading

LG Stylo 3 hands-on: tiny stylus, no Note 7 kill

LG Stylo 3 hands-on: tiny stylus, no Note 7 kill

This evening we've had a little bit of time to experience the LG Stylo 3, aka the LG Stylus 3, a smartphone with a built-in stylus. This is the third edition of the device, as the name implies, and it's ready to do the basics. It's not ready to be a Galaxy Note killer - but once again it's possible LG never intended to make the direct comparison.

Continue Reading

Wacom Cintiq Pro hits back at Surface Studio with better pens

Wacom Cintiq Pro hits back at Surface Studio with better pens

Microsoft’s unveiling of the Surface Studio undoubtedly made an impression on Wacom, and maybe not in a good way. Microsoft has clearly been aiming at Wacom’s target audience ever since the Surface Pro tablets, but using N-Trig, a rival technology that Microsoft now owns. Still, Wacom has had a long head start in this market and is the household name when it comes to creativity devices. Now it wants to remind everyone about that with its new Cintiq Pro line, bringing pen and display in a somewhat more portable package.

Continue Reading

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13