Wacom has rolled out two touch tablets (don’t confuse it with tablet PC) in the US market for people looking to take things in their hands. Designed “to help everyday people convey their ideas more clearly” the Bamboo family allows you to draw pictures and make handwrite notes. The firm today unveiled two products — Bamboo (pictured below) and Bamboo Fun (pictured above). The latter one is targeted towards digital photo users, while the first one is for home users. Both of them comes with four hot keys for quick access to user-defined shortcuts, finger-sensitive Touch Ring (for easy scrolling and zooming), and battery-free pen with programmable buttons.
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In addition, the Bamboo Fun is equipped with a mouse and couple of softwares such as Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel Painter Essentials, and Nik Color Efex Pro. It comes in small (screen: 5.8″ W x 3.7″ D) and medium (screen: 8.5″ W x 5.3″ D) size. Its available in black, silver, white or blue color for $100 and $200 depending on size. While the Bamboo (screen: 5.8″ W x 3.7″ D) is available only in black color for $70.
Wacom Bamboo Fun