Wacom’s new iPad styli are a (pressure) sensitive bunch

If you’re tired of poking at your tablet screen with a dirty twig, perhaps it’s time to invest in a proper stylus, eh? Digital doodling specialist Wacom is knowledgeable about these kinds of things, and at IFA this year, it’s introducing a new range of styli that might be just the ticket. The simplest of the bunch is the third-generation of Bamboo Stylus, a fairly standard model with a slight difference: The rubber tip is coated in carbon fiber, meaning there’s basically zero friction when you’re moving it around on tablet glass. There are two variants, as well — one that’s just the stylus (the solo) and another with a ballpoint pen on the opposite end (the duo). It comes in a choice of colors, from the more understated silver or gray, to the shoutier blue, green, orange and pink. %Gallery-slideshow219689%

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