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Taking notes on a computer or phone is never going to be as easy as taking notes with a pad and pen. Especially if you used to be a policy debater or ever learned shorthand. You have a method for speedily jotting down all the relevant stuff that's just light years faster than predictive type and whatever the hell gadgets like the Note 7 promise you can do with a stylus. It's what makes Wacom's Bamboo Spark incredibly appealing. It's a pad, pen and paper that allows you to digitise all of your notes, giving you the beauty of the cloud without all the hassle of hunt and pecking on your phone.

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The Wacom Intuos Draw is the entry-level product in Wacom's new line of Intuos tablets, boasting an accessible price for simplified features. For amateurs and enthusiasts the Draw is a great first tablet on a tight budget, though for anyone used to using older tablets in the Intuos range the functionality will feel very stripped back.

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Less than a year after it was originally unveiled, Wacom has announced an updated version of its largest interactive pen display, the Cintiq 24HD Touch. As the name implies, the device expands its touch functionality beyond just single finger taps. Like your smartphone, you can now perform multi-finger gestures for panning, zooming and rotating your artistic creations.