The new tablets run Windows 8 and Android, respectively, and will be available in the fall.
Bye-bye, Bamboo. Now all of Wacom's graphics tablets bear the Intuos brand and its latest consumer models get the wedge treatment.
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Though it doesn't add any new graphics-specific capabilities over its predecessor, the Wacom Intuos5 input tablet remains a must-have for digital brushworkers.
Wacom's smooth, elegant stylus for capacitive tablets is one of the best we've seen, and adding a pen to the end only makes it more useful: just be prepared to pay an extra 10 dollars for the privilege.
With a beautiful and more functional new design, Wacom's Intuos4 tablet demonstrates that a lack of competition doesn't necessarily keep you from innovating.
Wacom improves on its excellent Intuos4 tablet by adding relatively seamless Bluetooth connectivity.
Wacom, the specialists in gadgets for digital artists and designers, invents a system for drawing on phones, tablets, or computers.
A great input device if you do a lot of brush-based graphics, the Cintiq 12WX nonetheless has some awkward design aspects and a bit of a high price.
Multitouch in place of a mouse may not appeal to pro designers, but the Bamboo Fun Pen and Touch is an excellent choice for mobile users who want to begin dabbling with art tools.
The Graphire3 is worth its steep price if you're heavily into editing digital images; otherwise, stick with a mouse.