When Wacom swung by the Core77 offices to show us their Cintiq stuff, that wasn't the only demo they had prepared. Rick Peterson, Wacom's Consumer Products Brand Director, broke out his department's new tool: The Intuos Creative Stylus. With Wacom's pressure sensitivity, palm rejection technology and a host of industry software partnerships, the brand has aimed to create a high-end stylus better suited to industrial designers working SketchBook Pro than laypeople scribbling around in Draw Anything. (You've also gotta love the nifty case it comes in, which stores backup batteries and nibs.) Check it out:
The Intuos Creative Stylus is currently available on Wacom's E-store, and should be available through Best Buy any day now.