Wacom launches its the Intuos Pro, Intuos Pro Paper, and Bamboo Folio Smart Tablets at the CES 2017. All the three tablets are targeted at artists and designers or even those who just love to do it.
Wacom Intuos Pro and Intuos Pro Paper are similar to the previous drawing tablets of the company with major improvements and some new features. The Paper Edition allows users to draw directly on paper and have it stored digitally on the board, where it can then be further worked on from the tablet itself. They also have eight ExpressKeys, TouchRing and is Multi-touch, and they also come with the Pro Pen 2. The new stylus from Wacom has 8,192 pressure levels. The Pro Paper version allows users to write on paper which will then be stored digitally so you can work on it later. Both of these tablets come with the new Pro Pen 2 from Wacom.
The Pro Paper Edition includes the Wacom Finetip Pen with gel ink. Both these models will be available this month, with the medium and large Pro models being $349.95 and $499.95, while the medium Paper Edition will be $399.95 and the large will be $549.95.
Wacom Bamboo Folio is the smaller martpad for people who want to design something on the go. It is probably the best combination of traditional pen-on-paper writing and digital writing. The Bamboo Folio can also save up to 100 pages of content locally, after 100 pages you have to go for OneNote or EverNote. This model will cost $149.95, €149.90, £104.99.