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Wacom Inkling

Pen input for a computer has a lot of advantages, but sometimes you want to draw on paper AND have it on your computer. That’s what the Wacom Inkling is all about, and you don’t even need to use special paper. Watch for a full review coming soon.

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4 Responses

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    Scott Ellis

    Mike, I’m not sure that it does vector. It does layers but doesn’t necessarily vectorize them, at least not that I’m aware of.

  2. Mike McDonald

    Holy moly it captures in vector format too?? If I buy just one new piece of equipment this year, it’s the Inkling. So awesome.