Welcoming the Bamboo Stylus fineline to your workflow? We’re here to help you get gliding across iPad glass with fine tip precision.
The Bamboo Stylus fineline‘s internal battery lasts up to 26 hours, but before your creative binge can begin you’ll want to fully charge the stylus via its USB 3.0 port. About two hours is all it takes to bring your new note taking tool to a full charge, and then you’re all set to pair your stylus with your favorite apps.
As long as your iPad’s Bluetooth functionality is enabled, the Bamboo Stylus fineline will work as a general input device, but pairing the pen with your app of choice ensures that you’ll enjoy its true potential, such as pressure sensitivity and its programmable button. After opening your favorite compatible app, press the Bamboo Stylus fineline‘s side switch to make sure it’s not in sleep mode. Its indicator light will flash blue for about two seconds as it establishes a proper connection with your iPad. In Wacom’s Bamboo Paper app, you can navigate to the wireless icon where a special menu will prompt you to touch the tip of the stylus to a circle for a moment to activate a connection. The process varies from app to app, though, and sometimes requires adjusting specific settings.
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The Bamboo Stylus fineline supports palm rejection on a variety of apps, including Bamboo Paper. This functionality allows you to rest your palm on the tablet while using the stylus without registering stray marks. Palm rejection is designed to work automatically, but depending on the app, you may have to adjust your iPad’s system settings and disable Multitasking gestures to ensure peak palm rejection performance.
The Bamboo Stylus fineline features full support on Bamboo Paper, Adobe Illustrator Line, Adobe Photoshop Sketch, Adobe Photoshop Mix, ArtRage, Astropad, Autodesk SketchBook, Concepts, GoodNotes 4, Notes Plus, Noteshelf, PDFpen 2, Pixelmator, Procreate, Tayasui Sketches, Zen Brush and ZoomNotes.
The Bamboo Stylus fineline and the Intuos Creative Stylus 2
With the Bamboo Stylus fineline and Intuos Creative Stylus 2 now available in stores and online, you may be wondering which device will best suit your needs. While both styli are versatile additions to your digital toolkit on the iPad, the Bamboo Stylus fineline is specialized for note taking, while the ICS2 is designed for art performance.
TheBamboo Stylus fineline‘s 1.9 millimeter tip, single programmable button, 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity and pen-like design help it fit right at home with an existing arsenal of writing and sketching implements. It’s available in six different colors.
The ICS2 packs a precision 2.9 millimeter tip, two programmable buttons, 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity and a hardshell case outfitted with a USB charging cord and replacement nib to accomplish art creation with ease.
Both styli are supported by the same apps, with durable, replaceable nibs built to last longer than 62 miles worth of lines.
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