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Wacom to release two new stylus pens for Android and Windows 8 tablets

by Doug Drinkwater

December 4 2012

Wacom's latest stylus pens start from $40
Wacom's latest stylus pens start from $40

Wacom is preparing to launch two new tablet stylus pens which aim to emulate the feel of a ball-point pen.

The new pens feature Wacom’s patented Electro-Magnetic Resonance (EMR) technology and, with both “active” pen and sensor technology, are designed to give the feel of using a ball-point pen or pencil.

The Bamboo Stylus feel becomes available in North America on January 7 in North America via Wacom’s eStore as well as through select retailers.

The stylus is being offered in two different versions; a carbon fiber stylus (available in silver or black) which will retail for $79.95, and another model (available in black or white) which will cost $39.95.

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