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Popular Science’s Top Innovations of 2011

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

Popular Science magazine has released its list of the Top Innovations of 2011.  Topping the list is the Lytro Light-Field camera, which allows photographers to focus pictures after they’re taken. The Wacom Inkling doodle digitizer also made the list (we wrote about the Wacom Bamboo Stylus in a recent post). 

One of the gadgets on the list that caught our eye is the Kycero Echo, an Android phone that mimics a tablet with a second 3.5-inch touchscreen that can be snapped into place alongside the primary screen.  This creates a total screen resolution of 960 x 800, just slightly less than a 7-inch tablet.  The pair of screens share one image by default.  App creators are also expected to code games and other apps that display different coordinated images on the two screens.

Find out more about the Kycero Echo and the other Top Innovations of 2011 on the Popsci website.

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Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

If you want to try drawing, sketching or adding handwritten notes to documents on your iPad or iPad2, you’ll need a digital pen that feels like a regular pen. Look no further than the Wacom Bamboo Stylus. This elegant stylus is available in five colors (white, blue, green, orange and pink) and features a narrow 6mm tip and a natural, ergonomic design.

Use the Wacom Bamboo Stylus with iPad apps such as Penultimate or Autodesk Sketchbook. Wacom also offers a line of pen tablets that can be used with desktop computers or laptops. Find out more about the Wacom bamboo Stylus on the Wacom website.

You can also see a demo of the Wacom Bamboo Stylus in this YouTube video.

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