The title on the Wacom Community blog entry reads, "September 4: Wacom Makes Your iPad Awesome(er)". There are also 3 really horrendously lame videos that are supposed to give us clues as to what this new hardware will be, but what we took away from it all was that they are likely using the same agency that created these really bad Autodesk videos (1,2,3) and that their office is very sad looking (only because we expected exposed bricks/wooden floors). Pretty sure that wasn't their point... UPDATE// Wacom has announced the Intuos Creative Stylus.. guess the sausage finger was the mega hint.
Since I started working at Wacom a few months ago, I've picked up on the finer points of the office culture around here. There are folks here who get satisfaction from sanitizer. There are folks here who love to draw. There are folks here who can't get enough meetings. Me? I found out I can get away with wearing sunglasses, a scarf and a beret once in a while. All told, it's a fun group.
But even we have our issues -- especially when it comes to using the office iPads. Like anybody, we've got grimy glass, input issues and other inconveniences to contend with. There's also the matter of not necessarily using the tablet to its full potential or integrating it into a more meaningful workflow. Surely it's meant for more than apps abetting avian anger?
We have good news, though. These issues are about to be left squarely in the rear-view.
It's time to say goodbye...