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Focus on Wacom Bamboo

Wacom’s new Bamboo range of pen tablets is squarely targeted at mainstream users, such as business, consumer, and education markets. And they can make any Windows Vista based computer capable of all Tablet PC functions — this means you can use the ink tools while presenting with PowerPoint 2003 and 2007.

The Bamboo range works very well for digital inking, mark up, and digital notes. There are two versions of Bamboo: Bamboo, for personalized input, and Bamboo Fun for creative expression.

Bamboo works on both Windows and Mac platforms, and since Bamboos are more economically priced that Wacom’s other offerings, they make an excellent entry point into tablet computing.

Bamboo Fun includes Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel Painter Essentials, and Nik Color Efex Pro.

Learn more on Wacom’s Bamboo minisite…

Categories: powerpoint, tablet_pc, wacom

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