Introducing creative hardware that makes sketching and drawing more natural and fluid. Designed to be used with the iPad, Adobe Ink is a fine-tip, pressure-sensitive pen built using Adonit Pixelpoint technology to give you greater creative control and unprecedented precision. Adobe Slide is a digital ruler that lets you draw any shape on your iPad — including straight lines, perfect circles, classic French curves, and more. You just need about $200 and an iPad (4th generation), iPad Air, iPad Mini or iPad Mini with Retina display. Oh yeah - this new toy will give you 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. Wacom must be thrilled...
Ink & Slide are designed to work with Adobe Line and Adobe Sketch. There is a growing number of iPad apps that will be Creative Cloud connected and have integration with Ink & Slide. For the latest information, go to adobe.com/go/inkandslide.
For other apps, including Adobe Ideas and Photoshop Touch, Ink will make marks and menu selections, as would any stylus, but there are no Creative Cloud-connected capabilities, pen-pressure support, or palm rejection.
Creative Cloud membership
Ink & Slide require a Creative Cloud membership for Cloud-connected capabilities, such as the Pen Tip menu access to Kuler themes, Cloud Clipboard, and sharing to Behance. A free membership provides access to these services.