What a letdown. When we first heard the name of Wacom's new digital tablet, the "Bamboo," we were hoping for something like the wooden laptops and we've lusted after. Alas, it appears to be made of standard manufactured materials, attractive enough but nothing like a . But enough about our sylvan fetish.
The touch tablet, which Technabob says is designed for consumer use, appears to be the successor to Wacom's " " line with some updates such as four "express" keys and a
And for a relatively reasonable price of $150, we can forgive Wacom for not adding a wood finish. It's still unclear why they named it Bamboo, though.