Wacom is an industry leader in graphical drawing tablets and is proud to announce the Intuos Pro and Intuos Pro Paper Edition creative pen tablets for digitising your creations. By itself, the Intuos Pro is a standard drawing tablet that connects to your system via USB or Bluetooth. It has eight customizable ExpressKeys and a Touch Ring to assist you with your workflow, and comes with the Wacom Pro Pen 2, which has 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity. With a few extra accessories, you can transform the Intuos Pro into the Paper Edition.
As its name implies, the Paper Edition allows you to sketch on paper and store your work without having to be online or connected to a computer. The Intuos Pro is compatible with the Wacom Pro Pen 2 and, in "Paper Mode," can be used with either the Fine-tip Pen, a ballpoint pen, or even a pencil. To share your sketches right away, connect to your iOS or Android device using Bluetooth. Alternatively, you can use the Wacom Inkspace app, which is to be released in February.
Whilst it didn't make it to CES 2017, the Wacom Bamboo Folio Smartpad is a similar product will be available shortly in South Africa. It converts your handwritten notes and hand-drawn doodles into digital files at the push of a button. There’s also the Fineline 3 Stylus that comes in four different colours and provides you with a fluid writing and drawing experience.