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Wacom Bamboo One pen tablet
Ralf Jurrien : September 23th 2007 - 19:33 CET
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WacomWacom Bamboo One pen tablet : Wacom announces Bamboo One - an advanced input device that is simple-to-use and ideal for consumers who would like to explore the possibilities of a pen tablet. Attractively priced and combining a small-sized tablet (overall tablet size 195 x 197 x 11 mm, active area size 128 x 93 mm) with a digital pen, Bamboo One offers a simple and intuitive way of interacting with a computer, enabling users to discover their creative skills through painting and drawing, as well as editing digital photographs. Bamboo One is available now from Computers Unlimited priced at £34.99 including VAT and is part of the Bamboo range of pen tablets. All Bamboo pen tablets carry a two years warranty.
Bamboo One pen tablet
With a brushed silver design, Bamboo One comes with ArtRage 2.0 software, a simple-to-use but powerful painting programme. The perfect combination of hardware and software means that users can express their creativity by adding personal touches to invitations, greetings cards, collages, calendars and digital photographs. Bamboo One also unlocks powerful pen-based features found in current operating systems, particularly Microsoft Windows Vista and Mac OS. It can be used as an ergonomic mouse alternative in office applications to add sketches, doodle and sign signatures at the end of emails. Working with the pen on the tablet also means that navigation around screens and applications is much quicker and easier.

Wacom Bamboo One

Bamboo One pen tablet - Digital pen
With Wacom’s patented technology included, the ergonomically designed digital pen is not only cordless and battery-free, but also offers 512 levels of pressure sensitivity. This enables users to intuitively control and draw natural strokes or retouch digital images with pinpoint accuracy. The pen has two customisable buttons that can be programmed as required and the tablet itself houses an integrated pen rest for convenient storage. Bamboo One carries a Microsoft certification of ‘Works with Windows Vista’, however each tablet is cross platform and also supports Macs.





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