Wacom Introduces New Bamboo Stylus Mini

Posted April 2, 2013 at 8:25pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6753 views

Wacom has announced a new stylus for smartphones and tablets, the 'Bamboo Stylus mini'.

Tiny enough to take anywhere yet big enough to use comfortably, the Bamboo Stylus mini is made to be mobile. It is easy to use when you’re on the go and also cleverly attaches to your mobile device, so it doesn’t get lost along the way. With a chic design, this stylish little stylus is available in a variety of fashionable colors to match your (and your device’s) style.

Its brass metal body is solid yet light, and coated with easy-to-grip, soft-touch rubber. You can feel the quality. Easy-to-replace, affordable rubber nibs ensure a smooth pen-on-screen experience for the life of your durable stylus. You have the choice between firm and soft nibs.


Specifications:
● Pen dimensions: 9 mm diameter and 47 mm length (excluding strap and jack plug)
● Pen nib: Smooth, soft conductive rubber tip, diameter: 6mm, exchangeable, compatible with all conductive Bamboo Stylus models
● Pen weight: 8 g

The Bamboo Stylus mini becomes available starting today for $19.

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Chas - April 3, 2013 at 8:15am
You get similar ones on eay usually free with cases. They wok great. Seems like this is overpriced.
Gill - April 3, 2013 at 1:01am
You can buy these for two bucks on amazon. I did for my mother in law
Anonymous - April 2, 2013 at 9:53pm
Wacom site states it weighs 16g. Fact checking: F
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