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Intuos Creative Stylus for iPad by Wacom

When you think of a stylus pen you think of an Android tablet, because they support third-party products better than Apple. However, things have changed and so the iPad is much better at supporting things like a stylus pen, and it was no surprise that Wacom were one of the first to start offering their products to iOS tablet users.

It is all very well having a standard stylus, but Wacom likes to stand out above the rest and so brought us a professional-grade stylus designed especially for the iPad. The pen feels natural in the hand and because it is pressure-sensitive pen it has a unique palm rejection feature making it easier to draw and write.

The Intuos Creative Stylus for iPad by Wacom comes with several levels of pressure sensitivity, 2048 in fact and as such feels more like writing on a piece of paper with a pencil. There is also the added benefit that you can use this stylus just like a pencil by how you hold it in your hand, so unlike many of the other stylus pens on the market.

Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus created for use with an iPad
Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus created for use with an iPad

Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus iPad compatibility — This stylus works with the iPad 3 and 4 and also the iPad mini, and we have no doubt the iPad 5 and mini 2 will also be supported.

Styling is a strong point of Wacom, which you can see with their Solo and Duo stylus pens, and the Intuos Creative does not let us down with its aluminum body and striking blue or black color finish. To help keep this device safe is a stylish storage case, which is compact in its design. Intuos Creative Stylus compatible apps can be found by visiting the Wacom website.

The Intuos Creative Stylus price is £84.99.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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