Bamboo Tablet Makes It Personal

Wacom's Bamboo Pen Tablet uses handwriting recognition with your Vista OS (and OS X) to give you a quick and fun way to create.  Using the pen, you can use simple taps and touches to utilize the handwriting features, write directly on digital documents, draw pictures or graphs, and even create your personal signature for Emails or notes.  The tablet supports widescreen displays and has 512 levels of pressure sensitivity on the pen and eraser.  A textured surface makes you feel like you are writing on paper, for a more natural feeling as you scribble.

Using Mac Inkwell or Microsft Windows Vista, with Office 2007, you can handwrite your Emails and quickly go back to navigating your desktop.  Set up your shortcuts and use the four Express Keys for scrolling and zooming in on documents as you work.  There is also a Touch Ring on the tablet that you can use with your fingers, if you do not want to only work with the pen.  High resolution and 21 sq. inches of workspace gives you plenty of movement for even the most important projects.

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