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Nic Rossmüller : November 5th 2006 - 09:15 CET

Wacom limited edition pen tablet


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WacomWacom limited edition pen tablet : Wacom, the leading manufacturer of pen tablets and interactive pen displays, announces a limited edition of Wacom’s Japanese ‘Favo Comic Pack’. It provides the complete solution for creating digital Manga illustrations. Aimed at the Manga, comic book and digital art markets, the new product combines a white Graphire4 A6 pen tablet with a European software package of Manga Studio Debut 3.0 and Corel Painter Essentials2. The Favo Comic Pack will be available in its authentic Japanese packaging. Only a limited number of units will be produced for the European market. The European Manga market is growing rapidly, with large numbers of enthusiasts creating their own Manga artwork.
Wacom limited edition pen tabletWacom digital manga pen tablet
Wacom’s Favo Comic Pack offers an advanced solution for the creation of digital Manga. Enhancing the creative possibilities, it enables users to explore new ideas and either emulate well-known Manga characters or create new ones. Due to the digital nature of the product, the illustrations created can also be easily changed, altered or forwarded to Manga websites and communities, which are a strong part of the Manga culture. The functionality of the white Grapire4 A6 pen tablet offers two ExpressKeys and a scroll wheel. The ExpressKeys are freely programmable buttons that can be configured with frequently used modifier keys, such as Ctrl and Alt. Also integrated is a scroll wheel, which is ideal for zooming in and out of an image.

Wacom Graphire4 pen tablet - Resolution
As with the rest of the Graphire4 range, the new pen tablet provides a resolution of 2,000 dpi for enhanced precision. The pen, which is white to match the tablet, offers two programmable buttons, an eraser and 512 levels of pressure sensitivity for a natural painting experience The pen works with Wacom’s unique, patented technology, which means that the pen is cordless and battery-free, making it maintenance free.

About Wacom
Founded in 1983, Wacom is the world’s leading manufacturer of pen tablets and interactive pen displays with customers worldwide using its cordless, battery-free, pressure-sensitive pen technology for digital content creation. Wacom’s patented electromagnetic resonance technology, called Penabled, is also offered as an OEM solution to manufacturers of PC and Macintosh computers. Many of today’s tablet PCs, count on the advanced features and reliability of Penabled technology for pen input. In the future, Penabled technology will play a leading role in the development of such mobile devices as smart phones and PDAs.





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