Wacom Bamboo $79
This little piece of device is the rationale behind the previous post. I practically fell in love the first time I used the Wacom Bamboo Tablet this past week. I had the Wacom Graphire2 Pen, Mouse & Tablet Set, but I never really learned how to use it. I just started using the Bamboo in class – I would like to say it is the closest to having pen-to-paper within reasonable pricing, but I haven’t had any extensive practicing to make that judgement. Nevertheless, it is a paradigm for computer tablets within reasonable pricing. The Bamboo has a clean and sleek design, looking more classy than the Graphire2 or any other tablet on the market.
I’m definitely copping one of these!!!
Now there’s a simple, easy, and more natural way to bring your big ideas to life. Use Bamboo to transform your thoughts into powerful digital communications. Touch the pen tip to the tablet to handwrite notes, mark up digital documents, make quick sketches, and sign your name.
Combine Bamboo with Mac Inkwell or Microsoft Windows Vista and Office 2007 to handwrite email, enter text by hand anywhere typed text is accepted, navigate your desktop with a flick of the pen, and more.
Bamboo is a more comfortable and natural way to work, giving you a supplement to keyboard input and helping reduce mouse-related stress on your hand and wrist. Alternating among input devices such as a mouse, a keyboard, and a pen is an effective way to reduce strain on delicate muscles, tendons, and nerves.
Bamboo works with any software. Bamboo works with any software. Many software applications have special features and tools that are designed to be used with a pen. Click here for more information on these applications and their features.
Source via: Wacom