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Wednesday, 26 September 2007 20:15

Wacom Bamboo pen is fun

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Is this a kinky toy?

 

Finally we’ve found a pen that can write directly to your PC screen but doesn’t cost an arm or a leg.

It’s a simple USB interface device that allows you to write with a stylus type pen, using the Bamboo pen tablet provided, and your words or picture will be displayed on your computer screen. The device comes with a mouse, pen stand and Bamboo Fun pen.

You can draw by hand and create all kinds of art with this unique innovation, especially with the comprehensive software included in the package. The great graphical software includes full editions of Adobe® Photoshop® Elements, Corel® Painter™ Essentials, and Nik® Color Efex™ Pro. The package includes a quick start guide and installation CD. The drivers and user manual are also on the installation CD. In addition, if you accidentally damage your Bamboo Fun pen, then there are three replacement nibs included.

The aim of this device is to unleash pent up creativity, and allow free expression of your creative skills. For those of you with blossoming abilities, now is your time to act. The Bamboo Fun pen retails for about US$100 for the small (14.7cm W x 9.4cm L), up to US$200 for the medium size (21.6cm W x 13.5cm L).

Bamboo Fun is supposed to work with any software.

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Find out more here.

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