Wacom Gen. 4 Bamboo Stylus Duo with ballpoint pen for All Tablets, White (CS191W)
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Bamboo Duo – Two-in-one for touchscreens and paper Bamboo Duo is an essential two-in-one stylus perfect for those who want to smoothly tap, write or draw on all touchscreens and paper. Use the carbon fiber tip on one end on your touch device and the premium quality black ballpoint pen on the other for fluid writing on your favorite notebook. Ergonomic, balanced feel Its ergonomic triangular design and soft-touch surface provide a perfectly balanced, comfortable in-hand feel – whether you use Bamboo Duo as a stylus or a pen. Choose from four stylish colors; the contemporary design comes in black, white, blue or pink. Smooth, long-lasting and secure Both the smooth carbon fiber tip and the black ballpoint are replaceable for long-lasting use. Bamboo Duo is compatible with previous generation tips, the pen with ink refills are D1 standard. Designed with daily use in mind, the magnetized cap is secure and the clip will fit on your tablet cover. Store, shape and share your ideas Bamboo Duo is designed for smooth performance on tablets, smartphones and PCs with touchscreens running iOS, Android or Windows. With the free Bamboo Paper app you can easily note or sketch your ideas. The Ink space service easily lets you store, shape and share your ideas. And there are many more tools to explore in the Wacom Marketplace.
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By Amazon Customer
Great quality pen
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Grip is comfortable. Decent ink pen
By Amazon Customer
Stylus writes smooth. Has a cute little squeak when you write at times. But it's not distracting. Grip is comfortable. Decent ink pen. You can replace the nib, not sure you can replace the pen.This is my 6th stylus. Had gen 3 Bamboo but lost the pen. Still have the cap. Had a TruGlide for almost 2 years. But the nib got wet, lost it's conductivity and stopped writing. Bamboo expensive but worth it. After losing bamboo gen 3, I bought cheap ones. Nibs turned to mush in no time.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful.
Easier to live with than Jot but not as precise
The best of both worlds... doesn't exist.
As an engineer, I love the precision, and am dismayed by the durability and clacking sound of all variants of the Adonit Jot.
On the other hand..,
The squashy rubber family of styli, while much easier to live with and considerably more durable, just doesn't write very well. Precise control of the start, end, or location of a line is impossible.
This pen is better than most squashy rubberized styli, and you get a reasonably smooth roller ball on the other end. It feels nice, has a snick snickity magnetic cap, a good clip, and a nice quality matte finish. I like the Tri-lobe barrel for it's rolling resistance, and the easy replaceability of the ink reservoir and rubberish bumper. It's not even so bad for non-printed handwriting and scribbly drawing.
So this is a fine electro-drawing-thing for doodlers and screen-schmutz haters that write in cursive. If you're an engineer that writes in small, neat, capital letters, and wants to make electro-sketches that will be used to make things, then the short-lived and clacky (but precise) Jot is your ticket.