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Wacom Spotlights Latest Products at ShowStoppers Including the New Intuos Pro

Wacom has recently released a variety of consumer and professional products for hobbyists, enthusiasts and professional creators of digital content and they will all be on display for ShowStoppers attendees to try. Since 1983, Wacom has been moving creativity forward with its family of revolutionary pen and touch tablets and creative pen displays.

For the consumer, Wacom will have its Bamboo Slate, Bamboo Folio and Bamboo Fineline on display. The Bamboo brand is a mark of excellence for creative thinkers seeking new, fun and productive ways to capture their ideas. The Bamboo Slate and Bamboo Folio are Wacom’s analog to digital devices, allowing users to take notes and sketch with a pressure-sensitive ink pen that seamlessly captures the ink strokes digitally within the Wacom Inkspace app for refinement on the computer at a later time or to archive for safekeeping. Through an easy Bluetooth connection process, the Bamboo Fineline delivers pressure-sensitive digital note-taking and sketching to those looking to create on the iPad.

Whether a professional 2D or 3D illustrator, animator, industrial designer, game developer or photographer, Wacom has the right product for the job and we are pleased to be demonstrating the recently introduced MobileStudio Pro line of creative pen computers, the Cintiq Pro creative pen display family as well as the new Intuos Pro, making its first public appearance at ShowStoppers 2016. Coming in a 13” and 16” version, the Wacom MobileStudio Pro is the ideal product for on-the-go professionals who want the flexibility, freedom and power to work anytime and anywhere. Fast and powerful with a host of new features, Mobile Studio Pro is a “must see” at ShowStoppers. The new Cintiq Pro is Wacom’s thinnest and lightest Cintiq to date and connects directly to any Mac or PC. Available in a 13” and 16” (February) model, these displays offer amazing creative control at a great price point.  And, debuting at ShowStoppers, the new Intuos Pro is “option rich” including a paper edition that allows users to seamlessly combine traditional and digital media.  All of Wacom’s new professional products feature the Pro Pen 2, providing creative professionals with 4x the pressure and accuracy of its previous professional stylus.

Making the future of paper notebooks

wacom2Paper notebooks are a much loved tool to quickly make a note or capture an idea. They are easy to use and still play an essential role at the beginning of many projects and processes. They are also very often the last analog link within an otherwise fully digital lifestyle. But paper notes are final and it’s difficult to share them, making the challenges of working with paper obvious. So Wacom decided to start making the future of paper notebooks and added the benefits of digital technology to the paper notebook offering users an intuitive tool to help make ideas, no matter where and how they start.

With the new Bamboo Folio and Bamboo Slate smartpads and the Wacom Inkspace app and cloud services, Wacom now offers a smooth and intuitive digital notetaking experience – seamlessly bridging the gap between paper notes and the digital workflow. Users can start their ideas with a pen on their favorite paper and with a simple push of a button turn their handwritten notes or sketches into digital files and save them in the Wacom Inkspace app. The notes are now living digitally, so users can easily edit their handwriting to shape their ideas and share them.

The Bamboo smartpads work with any Bluetooth enabled iOS or Android smartphone and tablet and offer all the advantages of working digital. With these innovative products, Wacom continues to re-imagine the way people take notes or make ideas. The Bamboo brand is focused on providing a seamless experience by delivering connected solutions that go beyond hardware. The products range from smartpads and digital styli to apps and cloud services and allow users to simply capture, shape, and share their ideas. Find us at ShowStoppers or at IFA in Hall 12, Stand 105.

 

Wacom takes ideas from pen & paper to the digital world

Wacom_Bamboo_Spark_CDS600C_Spark_SnapFit_Interior_RGB_LowResThoughts and ideas can come at any time. Most people simply grab a pen and some paper to capture the idea and take some notes or add a quick sketch. Until now the bridge into the digital sphere for sharing and saving the ideas was missing. Now Wacom presents Bamboo Spark: a Smart folio for Bluetooth® Smart ready devices targeted a professionals, students and hobbyists who like the feeling of taking notes with pen and paper but work with digital mobile devices to connect with each other and share content.

The Bamboo Spark is a smart folio with a smart ballpoint pen and a space for your favourite paper. Write your notes by hand on the paper with the smart Bamboo Spark pen and the pressure sensitive folio which will store each stroke. With a push of a button, the handwritten notes will be saved digitally to Bamboo Spark app for light editing. The Wacom Cloud gives you access to your content on most devices: smartphone, tablet or computer. It works seamlessly with cloud-based services including Evernote or Dropbox. Shape your notes in Bamboo Paper with WILL™ universal ink, which allows the content to stay dynamic within the Wacom Cloud.

Precisely capture your ideas on your iPad

The Bamboo Fineline 2 is a smart stylus that allows you to precisely capture your ideas on your iPad®. With its pressure-sensitivity and fine tip, the Bamboo Fineline 2 ensures a fluid performance that feels as natural as pen on paper. Compatible with the leading note-taking apps, the Bamboo Fineline 2 offers an integrated solution with Bamboo Paper, the Wacom Cloud and the WILL Universal Ink to easily access and edit your notes on devices with Bamboo Paper.

To complete the Bamboo range Wacom is launching the next generation of styli for smooth writing and simple doodling on media tablets and smartphones.

Meet Wacom at the Showstoppers event (table E09) or in hall 12, stand 105.