The Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus and the Bamboo Fineline Stylus

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Tablets are great devices for consuming content, but when you have to create things, they need a little help. You could grab one of those cheap bookstore deals that doesn’t do a lot better than a finger, or you use professional-grade hardware, like the tools Wacom offers. The styli, which offer tips fine enough for sketching, or writing, as well as navigating, is as close to using an actual pen on your tablet screen. Everyone what got to try it was thoroughly impressed. Check the specs out below!

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Intuos Creative Stylus 2

Dimensions: 141mm long, 10mm in diameter

Weight: 19g

Tip: 2.9mm

Pressure levels: 2048

Battery life: 26 hours of continuous use

Charging: microUSB

Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0 Smart

Compatibility: iPad Mini, iPad 3, iPad Air or later

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If you’re more of a casual user, then the Bamboo Fineline might be more for you. The pen is made for those who want the feel of taking down notes with a pen and paper, but with the convenience of going digital. It has a thin 1.9mm tip for incredible precision and solid construction made to withstand your daily schedule. It connects to your device via Bluetooth, has the same fine pressure  sensitivity as its big brother, and comes in five colors to suit your style.

Dimensions: Approx. 150×10.0 ~ 11.9mm (including cap, excluding protrusion)

Weight  23g

Tip: 1.9mm

Battery: 26 hours of use

Charging: microUSB

Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0 Smart

Compatibility: iPads featuring Bluetooth® Smart technology: iPad (3rd and 4th generation), iPad Air, iPad mini (1st and 2nd generation) – or newer.

PHP 3,250

 

Both devices offer palm rejection for natural writing, a new, carbon-coated rubber tip, and are available this October.