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The world is your canvas with new Wacom tablets

25 Sep 13

The world is a canvas for your imagination through Wacom's tablet range, designed to go beyond what's possible with pen and paper.

A world leader in digital pens for over 30 years, Wacom has stayed on top of evolving trends in the creative community by extending the creative experience.

Responding to frequent requests from professional customers, Wacom’s product lines have recently changed.

Wacom’s Bamboo line of tablets, distributed in New Zealand by Exeed, are being renamed Intuos, with the current range of Intuos tablets renamed Intuos Pro.

To complete the Intuos range, Wacom has launched the Intuos Creative Stylus.


The Intuos pen tablet provides a natural, easy and fun way for beginners and hobbyists to express their creativity.

Taking drawing with a pen and paper to another level, the Intuos enables users to get creative on the computer, whether simply sketching and doodling, painting a picture, editing photographs or designing greeting cards.

There are four models available, the Intuos Pen Small, Intuos Pen and Touch Small, Intuos Pen and Touch Manga (exclusive to exeed) and Intuos Pen and Touch Medium.

Intuos Pro

The perfect tool for creative experts such as photographers, designers and digital artists, Intuos Pro also gives creative enthusiasts the power to produce professional results.

The Wacom Grip Pen with 2,048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity, a single gram of starting pressure and tilt recognition allows artists to create with the accuracy and precision of traditional brushes and pens, whilst improved multi-touch gestures enable users to position and navigate their work intuitively.

The Intuos Pro comes in three Pen and Touch Models - Intuos Pro Small, Intuos Pro Medium and Intuos Pro Large.

Intuos Creative Stylus

Finally, a professional-grade stylus for the iPad. Create naturally, with a pressure-sensitive pen that enables palm rejection, and lets you draw, sketch, and paint on your iPad with the artistic control of traditional tools.

Enjoy a hands-on creative experience thanks to Wacom’s professional-grade pressure sensitivity and industry-leading palm rejection technology.

With 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity the Intuos Creative Stylus reacts to a light touch just like a real pen on paper.

And just like real paper, you can rest your palm naturally on your iPad, because the only thing that will leave a mark is your stylus.

The new Wacom tablet range are available from leading computer retailers and distributed in New Zealand by Exeed.

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