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Wacom Inkling Digital Pen

Sketching on the Go For the Digitally Inclined

Whether drawing is a casual hobby or part of your livelihood the latest gadget from Wacom, maker of the Bamboo digital tablets, is likely to become your new favorite toy. The Inkling, a digital sketch pen, takes live rendering a step further than writing tablets, which must be connected to a computer, by capturing sketches when in use on any standard paper or sketchbook.

Graphic designers who prefer to sketch out concepts before working in a software application will love how the pen bridges free-form creativity with the practicality of high-tech innovation. The Inkling pen works with an included wireless receiver that clips to the edge of paper and records sketches via a line of sight with the tip of the pen. Use a basic USB cord to connect the receiver to a computer and import JPG, BMP, TIFF, and PNG sketches from the Inkling into Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Autodesk Sketchbook Pro.

The Inkling ($200) is available in mid-September on Amazon and the Wacom's online store. Follow the break for a video of the magic pen in action.

Join The Conversation
Atom-Eve Atom-Eve 5 years
This looks AMAZING.
Kelly-Schwarze Kelly-Schwarze 5 years
Sorry about that, it's listed for $200!
EricaJane EricaJane 5 years
any clue how much this might cost? it's soo cool!!
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