Engadget received an anonymous tip about multi-touch input coming to Bamboo line of Wacom pen tablets, complete with blurry spycam photo.
Presumably it uses the same Wacom technology going into the Fujitsu T5010. No sign of pen input in the verbiage, so I would guess it’s purely touch input. (Either that or their packaging designer made one major oversight.)
I’ve been tinkering with my own Wacom tablet and enjoying the added pen input ability (more on that soon), so I appreciate the value of an external tablet, as opposed to one built into the monitor. I can only hope it will get desktop and laptop users to try and get excited about touch input.
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