Vancouver-based Wacom Technology has released two Bamboo Stylus digital pens features Electro-Magnetic Resonance technology for tablets that integrate Wacom feel IT into their designs.
For example, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. marketed the Bamboo Stylus feel brand in its products.
According to Wacom, these pressure-sensitive pens provide precise note-taking, sketching and navigating for mobile device users seeking a natural-feeling experience.
Wacom’s capacitive Bamboo Styluses available for iPad, iPhone and other touchscreens, the Bamboo Stylus feel delivers what the company calls a “active” pen and sensor experience that emulates the feel of a traditional ball-point pen or pencil. Pen and tablet communicate with each other via electromagnetic signals.
Bamboo Stylus feel will be available in the channel starting January of 2013. The carbon fiber pen (available in silver/black) is priced at $79.95. The second pen, priced at $39.95, will be available in both black and white versions. Both pens have a smooth coating on the tip. Nib replacements are included inside the packaging.