http://mashable.com/2013/03/04/wacom-tablet/

Japanese company Wacom, known for its pen tablets which allow users to create precise drawings on a Mac or PC, has announced on Facebook it will be getting even deeper into the mobile space with a multi-touch branded tablet of its own, coming as soon as this summer.

The company said, following an influx of customer requests, it will be rolling out a mobile device for creative uses with “features that you haven’t seen in other tablets.”

Although Wacom already has a few USB-driven drawing tablets — including its Bamboo line — this will be its first that does not need to be attached to a separate computer to work.Japanese company Wacom, known for its pen tablets which allow users to create precise drawings on a Mac or PC, has announced on Facebook it will be getting even deeper into the mobile space with a multi-touch branded tablet of its own, coming as soon as this summer.

The company said, following an influx of customer requests, it will be rolling out a mobile device for creative uses with “features that you haven’t seen in other tablets.”

Although Wacom already has a few USB-driven drawing tablets — including its Bamboo line — this will be its first that does not need to be attached to a separate computer to work.

http://www.wacom.com/en/products/pen-tablets/bamboo

 

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