Wires get in the way and make an office look cluttered. Battery life is horrible, I turn it off when I'm not going to be at my iMac for long periods. The Intuos Pen and Touch Medium has an active area of 8. Conveniently, the Bamboo Pad Wireless automatically turns itself off if left idle, which will help preserve battery life even further. The touchpad is comfortable for navigating with gestures in Windows 8 , drawing, handwriting and more. We use adblock too However, servers and staff are expensive! The Wacom Bamboo Pad Wireless is a small wireless touchpad that's not too dissimilar from Apple's Magic Trackpad.
It takes almost 2 minutes to be useful once connected, no tracking what so ever, even when the tablet light indicates, the cursor is totally frozen. Once charged it is easy to work without the wires. Scroll, zoom, swipe and select intuitively by using familiar gestures on an ultra-slim, ergonomic device that also gives you the freedom to work wirelessly. At this price, it also needs to provide a lot more tactile feedback before it can match Apple's superior Magic Trackpad. I used it with Adobe Illustrator and found the hook points to be a challenge but I was able to complete an actual picture. The process varies from app to app, though, and sometimes requires adjusting specific settings.
We are making no assertions about the products or brands themselves; only opinions on the reviews. Another thing to consider is the cost of extra batteries, as you'll have to replace them to keep using it. I have a tendency to get side-tracked and this feature preserves the battery life for when I'm actually editing. Often it was easier to use a mouse, even though tablet has a much more natural feel and, in my opinion, a better result. We would have preferred more feedback when tapping the pad to click files and icons, though, and the small button bar at the bottom of the Bamboo Pad Wireless wasn't easy to reach with our thumb when using our fingers further up the pad. Rated 5 out of 5 by Sterling from Nice accessory for the Wacom Tablet Wen the time came to place my order for the Intuos5 Small tablet I reluctantly bought the wireless option also. For the latest on all things Bamboo Stylus fineline, to sign up for Bamboo News.
This is perhaps really puzzling for everyone. Experience a more natural way of working on your computer with an innovative wireless touchpad that lets you navigate with gestures and write or doodle with a digital stylus. Kudos to Wacom for producing a wireless accessory that lives up to the high expectations of its users. Using the stylus for navigation is also a cinch. It's perfect for jotting quick notes, marking up documents and annotating text. Sadly, the Bamboo Pad has no palm rejection, which makes using the stylus rather awkward.
On my second thought, however, I wonder if I really needed this connector. Rated 5 out of 5 by Karakumi from Very responsive I'm using the wireless accessory kit with an Intuos5 tablet, and it works wonderfully. It will also turn itself off to save the battery when the computer powers down or after a period of no input. The peripheral enables multitouch gestures alongside a pressure-sensitive Wacom stylus. This has saved me from running the battery down many times. Express yourself naturally with the pressure-sensitive digital stylus.
It's small enough to put beside your keyboard but large enough to provide a decent-sized tracking area. Choose from a variety of fresh color combinations that are sure to dress up your desktop with style. Odds are there's plenty of room for me to scrawl simple stick men. It is used to edit images in Lightroom and Photoshop. It is still small enough to pack inside my 17 laptop case with the computer.
That's where Bamboo Pad makes a mark. It even has a built-in storage compartment for the Bluetooth receiver when it is not being used. Logout Confirmation Due to data privacy laws, switching to the language you have chosen will automatically log you out. Subscriber options: E-mail me when people reply to my comments Comment sorting order: Threaded, dynamic default New replies push comment threads to the top. Rated 5 out of 5 by Robert A. Once plugged into any Windows® 8 or Windows 7 operated laptop or desktop computer, Bamboo Pad immediately delivers an authentic and more natural navigation experience to the user.
Once connected and working the kit will turn off for no reason known only to itself. I use the medium sized tablet. Logitech's wireless touchpad and lacks precision stylus support, so the Bamboo Pad looks like a decent deal. Wir sind ein Verbraucherportal und kein Online Shop. Easily add handwritten notes, sketches or doodles to your digital documents with the simplicity of using a pen. After all, it is included with the majority of their other equipment. Rated 2 out of 5 by A New Yorker from Good but not need to have product It sounded pretty good to have wireless capability.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amber June Design from Must Have for Intuos5 Users The wireless kit is a must have if you own, or intend to buy the Intuos5. As someone who already owns a larger Bamboo Connect tablet, I'm curious to see if the Bamboo Pad's smaller surface area impedes basic sketching. Bamboo Pad's ultra-slim design offers comfortable usage even throughout long working hours. The Bamboo Stylus fineline and the Intuos Creative Stylus 2 With the and Intuos Creative Stylus 2 now available in stores and online, you may be wondering which device will best suit your needs. The Wacom Bamboo Pad Wireless is a useful touchpad if you want a handy device that works like the Apple Magic Trackpad. Oldest comments shown first, bulletin-board style.