Inkling of Wacom transforms the white sheet in graphics tablet 6 September 2011Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
Wacom, one of the major players in the market of graphics tablets launches a very promising device.
Unlike what is approached, it is not a new generation of tablets but an accessory that can be defined as a vector pen.
Inkling, as is the name given to this pen, is an accessory that allows digital sketches by drawing in the traditional way, i.e. with a pencil and paper, without having to go through a scanner. The pen provides at the same time a paper and a digital version of the drawings. To draw on paper, Inkling uses ink cartridges.
It is accompanied by a box with which it communicates by infrared signals. Equipped with sensors, enclosure follows every movement of the stylus and each pressure on it. These movements are then reproduced in order to achieve the design in the digital format. As the system is connected to the computer, it remains only to save the digital version of the drawing on the hard disk.
The package has an internal memory of 2 GB and the system has 15