A WACOM tablet offers an ergonomic and accurate way to work on the computer. You can control the cursor on the display by moving a pen and/or finger over the tablet.
Who uses a WACOM tablet?
Wacom tablets are used in website design, game-design, Computer Aided Design (CAD), desktop publishing (DTP), video-editing, and for applications in art and science. Wacom tablets can also help prevent RSI.
The Intuos is the height of quality, available in various sizes, and fitted with ExpressKeys and a Touch Ring. The Intuos tablet is made for the serious home-user and professionals for computer design and drawing. Also helps to prevent RSI.
Professional: Cintiq display
Cintiq tablets are adjustable screens with an inbuilt tablet. You draw or work directly onto the screen - and this intuitive way of working makes you more productive and efficient than ever before. Cintiq tablets are mainly used for freehand drawing and sketching. The ultimate professional tool.
Graphical/RSI: Bamboo Pen & Touch
Sleek, attractive design combined, with optional wireless technology, make Wacom’s Bamboo Tablets the perfect tool for people working digitally. The Bamboo Pen & Touch combines multi-touch functionality and pen tablet technology in a single device. Whether you are drawing, writing, navigating or editing images or videos, Wacom’s Bamboo Pen Tablet simplifies your personal workspace by eliminating unwanted cables and providing unlimited freedom to work or create!
Freehand drawing: Inkling
All drawing strokes made with this ballpoint pen are recorded electronically and can be exported, as raster or vector artwork, to your preferred graphics application for further editing. You can once again work directly on paper and also have your drawing available to work with digitally. Pen pressure is also recorded and exported. The pen is charged through the USB cable.