Wacom Bamboo Stylus Black
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Just what you would expect from Wacom. Simple but elegant, Bamboo Stylus further enhances numerous applications designed for the iPad by allowing users to express themselves and personalise their work. The stylus brings a more accurate and precise way to take notes in meetings and classroom settings or to sketch out rough ideas while on the go. It gives creative thinkers the opportunity to be expressive and visualise their life.
Backed by Wacom’s 25-plus years as the world’s leading manufacturer of digital pen tablets and interactive pen displays, Bamboo Stylus is highlighted by its subtle design elements, sophisticated black and silver design with satin-textured metal body and balanced weighting. In addition, the fine tip gives the user more detail control.
The tip of the stylus is 25 percent slimmer (6mm vs. 8mm) in diameter than most of the solutions on the market today. Combining ergonomic comfort and a firmer feel, Bamboo Stylus enriches the way in which users interact with their slates. Ideal for handwriting notes, giving a personal touch when editing documents, drawing, sketching and much more – users can now
- 1 Year
- Wacom CS-100 stylus pen
- South Africa
- Weight & dimensions
- Dimensions (WxDxH)
- 9 x 9 x 120 mm
- 20 g
- Technical details
- Colour of product
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Product Reviews (4)
Adrian, South Africa. 5 January 2012
One of the most comfortable and rugged styli I've used. Very solid feel to the device.
Mohammed, South Africa. 16 July 2012
Comfortable to hold and use. Looks great with solid build quality.
Stephen, South Africa. 20 April 2013
Very easy to use and the product itself is brilliant. But don't buy it. The nib wears relatively quickly (2 months of use for me) and the replacement nib sets are extremely hard to come by... hint, hint.. wink, wink TAKEALOT.
Jacques, South Africa. 12 June 2013