If you are a graphic designer you know Wacom, they come from a long tradition of providing an industry standard tablet. And then there are instances where you may want a stylus for your iPad, enter the Wacom Bamboo Stylus.
Wacom has seen a large adoption of artists using the iPad, so why not expand business with a tool we are very well capable of building. All stylus tips for capacitive screens have really fat nubs at the end, a slight step down from your stubby finger. But the tip on the Wacom Bamboo Stylus is “25 percent narrower (6mm vs. 8mm) in diameter than some of the other most popular solutions on the market today.”
That may give you better accuracy and precision when you’re doodling away on the subway to work. We’ll have to see if iOS can handle such precision. They also outfitted it with satin-textured metal body and balanced weighting.
I have a smaller Wacom Bamboo myself and it’s great. Now if Wacom would come out with an artists app and put Photoshop to shame. The iPad Bamboo Stylus hits stores in mid-May for $29.99.