Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus

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  • Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus
  • Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus
  • Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus
  • Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus
  • Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus
  • Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus

Specs / Features


Developed by Wacom, the trusted leader in digital pen technology for over 30 years | Integration of Wacom's professional-grade pressure sensitivity (2,048 levels) and industry leading palm-rejection technology | Seamless integration with leading creative apps: Sketchbook, PSTouch, ProCreate, ArtRage, Bamboo Paper | Premium design and styling - brushed aluminum, soft touch grip, integrated case | Bluetooth 4.0 integration for never-drop connectivity and app integration | Please note that you do not need to pair the Intuos Creative Stylus to your iPad via the Bluetooth menu in iPad settings. The... More

Developed by Wacom, the trusted leader in digital pen technology for over 30 years | Integration of Wacom's professional-grade pressure sensitivity (2,048 levels) and industry leading palm-rejection technology | Seamless integration with leading creative apps: Sketchbook, PSTouch, ProCreate, ArtRage, Bamboo Paper | Premium design and styling - brushed aluminum, soft touch grip, integrated case | Bluetooth 4.0 integration for never-drop connectivity and app integration | Please note that you do not need to pair the Intuos Creative Stylus to your iPad via the Bluetooth menu in iPad settings. The Intuos Creative Stylus connects with each app individually. Pairing your Intuos Creative Stylus with the compatible apps is easy!

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Specification

Brand Wacom
Model CS500PB0
Size 13 cm (5.1 in)

Reviews (7/10 Avg. rating)


Sketcherman

It's well balanced and doesn't feel awkward or tiring to use

from Sketcherman
So how does the stylus work? Like a dream. After you get used to the feel of rubber on glass, the process is seamless. Smooth and sensitive, I love going from thin to thick lines in one stroke... Full review
iPad For Artists

It is still only slightly more accurate than a fingertip, and not quite a normal writing pen

from iPad For Artists
Despite the Wacom name, don't expect the CS to turn your iPad into a Cintiq. This rubber tipped stylus is still very much an iPad stylus. It is still only slightly more accurate than a fingertip, and not quite a normal writing pen. However, it improves on the experience, and the pressure-sensitive technology is a big well-done leap in the right direction... Full review
The Gadgeteer

Well balanced and comfortable to hold

from The Gadgeteer
There are two more pressure sensitive styluses that I’ve yet to try – the Adonit Jot Touch and Jot Script. But so far I’ve yet to find the perfect pressure sensitive stylus. That said, the JaJa comes closer than the Wacom and costs $10 less. But if you happen to prefer rubber tipped styluses and want to stick with a well known brand, then I would recommend the Wacom Intuos Creative over the Pogo... Full review
SolidSmack

The experience is unparalleled compared to other stylus options

from SolidSmack
Should you get it? Yes, absolutely. Despite certain shortcomings such as Paper by 53 support, this is still the best stylus for those looking for the most natural sketching experience on the iPad. While the $99.95 price tag may seem a bit steep for some, the experience is unparalleled compared to other stylus options and is still a heck-of-a-lot cheaper than a Cintiq... Full review
PC Magazine

Pressure sensitivity helps with detailed sketches

from PC Magazine
Wacom's Intuos Creative Stylus is a useful tool for creatives who want more nuance in their sketches, but its on-the-high-side price may turn away potential iPad artists... Full review
iLounge

Looks and feels professional, with enough length and heft to feel like a marker or pen

from iLounge

Considered as a whole, Wacom’s Intuos Creative Stylus is a good stylus—somewhere between the Pogo Connect and Jot Touch in appeal. For $20 more than the Pogo Connect, you get a more professional-feeling stylus with two buttons and a carrying case, with similar dependence on disposable batteries rather than a rechargeable cell. It’s also $10 more expensive than the Jot Touch 4, which beyond its rechargeability offers a highly comparable feature set and finer-precision writing tip, but no fancy carrying case. It’s hard to go wrong with any of these models if the apps y... Full review

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