Bamboo Pocket Expandable Stylus for iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Kindle, Android and other capacitive touch surfaces
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- Use with iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, Kindle or other capacitive touch surfaces
- Premium, pen-like experience for notetaking, sketching, drawing, and other forms of creative expression
- Collapsible barrel for easy travel
- Elegant, high end design - milled brushed aluminum with replaceable nibs
- 25% slimmer tip than other stylus solutions on the market (6mm vs. 8mm)
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From the Manufacturer
An ideal choice for commuters, travelers, and other mobile users, the Bamboo Stylus Pocket helps you unleash the creative potential of your tablet or smartphone while you're on the go. This convenient touchscreen-optimized stylus features a collapsible, pocket-sized design that extends into a full-sized writing instrument. It also features a balanced design suited for sketching, drawing, note-taking, highlighting, and other forms of creative expression. When coupled with mobile apps like Wacom's Bamboo Paper, the Pocket becomes a versatile, powerful instrument for digital expression and creativity.
Compact and portable for your mobile device. View larger.
Plugs into headphone jack for easy storage.
Take the pocket with you -- be ready when inspiration strikes. View larger.
The perfect app for a stylus -- handwrite notes, sketch out ideas, add hand-drawn elements to photos. Developed by Wacom for the Bamboo Stylus.
Pocket-Sized, Expandable Stylus
The Bamboo Stylus Pocket features a compact design that easily slips into a pocket or handbag. Thanks to the Pocket's convenient, collapsible barrel, you can easily expand it into a full-sized writing instrument when you're ready to write. The stylus even comes with a cap with a 3.5-millimeter adapter, so you can plug it into your device's headphone jack to keep your stylus and tablet together for storage. And with the included interchangeable color rings, you can personalize your stylus and mark it as your own.
Elegant Design with a Smooth, Natural Feel
The Bamboo Stylus Pocket combines comfort and elegance with its sophisticated design, satin-textured metal body, and balanced weighting. With its natural and comfortable grip, it delivers responsiveness and performance that rivals that of a high-end pen.
Expand the Versatility of Your Tablet
The Bamboo Stylus Pocket makes your tablet even more versatile by making it possible to take handwritten notes, highlight text, edit documents, and sketch out ideas. With the stylus, you can turn your tablet into an artist's canvas one moment and a notepad the next. Use it with creative apps to make your own art, capture your ideas, or edit photos.
Channel Your Creativity with Wacom's Bamboo Paper App
The ideal companion to the Bamboo Stylus Solo, Wacom's Bamboo Paper app helps you bring thoughts to life. This versatile app lets you take notes, make handwritten thank yous, or create a sketch--and then store them away in separate "notebooks" to reference or share. The free version of the app offers one notebook; the paid version lets you separate notes and ideas in up to 20 different notebooks.
Great Apps to Try with Your Stylus
• Bamboo Paper - Take notes, draw or doodle. Always have your notebooks with you.
• Paper 53 - Create beautiful calligraphic strokes and realistic watercolor marks.
• Adobe Reader - Handwrite notes in the margin and highlight important thoughts.
• Autodesk Sketchbook - Great to create artistic sketches with wide variety of brush settings.
• ScreenChomp - Draw and explain a concept, then share it as a replay-able video.
• Learn to Draw Digital Sketchbook - World-class art instruction at your fingertips.
• Clibe - Share your notebooks and get inspired by others, or keep them private for all your little secrets.
• Draw Something - Your friends won't know what hit them when you start playing draw something with your new stylus, you'll be racking up three-coin scores right and left.
• Angry Birds - Aim the slingshot with precision that will put those pigs to shame.
What's in the Box
Bamboo Pocket Stylus, cap with 3.5-millimeter plastic plug, and interchangeable color rings.
Bamboo Stylus Pocket
At a Glance:
- Stylus collapses and expands for easy travel
- Cap with headphone adapter keeps stylus and tablet together
- Smooth, precise line ideal for drawing and note-taking
- Slimmer tip than many other styluses
- Balanced weight and firm grip for pen-like feel
Color: Silver | Style: Pocket
Top Customer Reviews
Customizable (the box includes two point sizes, as well as these little colored rings so you can "personalize" your stylus).
Extendable (it shortens so it can actually fit in your pocket)
Actually feels like holding a pen
Skips a bit. (I have an Otterbox case, so the plastic overlay might be the issue here.)
The metal cap that covers the pointing tip doesn't fit securely on the other end of the stylus (like a pen cap)-- so you either use the headphone jack attachment, or just risk losing the cap altogether.
The headphone jack attachment (which is supposed attach the stylus to the device via its cap)
There's also no pen -- it's just a stylus. Initially, I thought that what I wanted was just a stylus, but after using several pen/stylus combo models, I found that I actually miss having the pen.
In all, the stylus is pretty great for drawing on a tablet, and that's primarily how I use it. Any other activity, however, is often more convenient to complete without this extra little gadget. The cap not fitting on the the opposite end of the stylus is probably my biggest complaint design-wise... so, while the pocket clip is great, I'd actually sacrifice that if I didn't have to worry about losing the cap all the time. I don't use the headphone jack attachment: not only does my Otterbox case not permit that conveniently, but what if I am actually using the headphones? Plus, who wants a haphazardly dangling stylus? ;-)
I have owned one type of Wacom digitizer tablet or another since my Toshiba XP Tablet Edition, tablet in 2000. That said I have used many types of stylus. (Is the plural Styli? jk) there have been many attempts at making what l consider to be the best stylus.
These newer types that work on both digitizer and capacitive screens, are obviously in the forefront of the technology. However not all of these are the BAMBOO Expandable pocket stylus.
This is fluidity in motion. It can write a fine line or a broad stroke.It can even feather nicely(yes the reviewer with the Otterbox was right in[well mostly right, he should have assigned full blame] assigning partial blame to the plastic screen protector for interference. It even states this in the mini manual that comes with it.
If you have gorilla glass or gorilla glass ll forget about a screen protector(unless you are the type to toss diamonds in your pocket with your smartphone, or tablet.) I have not been able to purposefully scratch my devices starting with my Dell Streak 5(the first Phablet) and ending with the Samsung Note ll, from which l write this review.
Most stylus are not balanced making them inferior right off. Let's face it, balance is key to making an effective stylus. Next is weight. Third is fluidity.
This particular BAMBOO model has all three in spades.
Even with the extendible upper part closed down, the balance of this is incredible. I'm in IT so l know technology. Could they have built a pen into this, yes, amd I'm sure there would be a market for that model, just not from me. I used to create 3D models back in the late 90's. I enjoyed the process, and even started skinning(creating the outside image.Read more ›
-the weight is nice
-the availablity of colors
-the pen "clip" style top, that clipped nicely to my case.
What I didn't like:
It was no better than the kuel stylus I'd bought and, until a few days ago, had lost. And that was a fraction of the price. It was actually less precise for fine-line writing; only marginally better than using my finger.
I exchanged it for the impressive and comparably priced "pogo sketch pro", which is longer and easier to hold, comes with two kinds of tips (plus, tips are replaceable!), and writes impeccably/slides over the screen perfectly. I found out about the pogo through the app "Penultimate", which gives you a discount code if you purchase through them. (Click around to the "things we like".)
I actually like the Wacom "Bamboo Paper" app much better for handwritten notes though- it allows you to select a thinner stroke (line) than the others, and that makes a huge difference, even if it doesn't offer the protection against marks made by your wrist bumping the page, like Penultimate does.
Maybe Penultimate will read this and add some thinner stroke weights.
Anyway, I'd bypass this one for the Pogo Sketch Pro.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works really well. However I've had it for a year and there is something loose on the inside.Published 1 day ago by Tony
This stylus is annoying. I like wacom bamboo stylus. It's the only kind I use currently, though I have tried others like Adonis, Targus, generic, some big fat one (I forget the... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Angel_baby510
It's just basic but fine for the price. I didn't expect it to have a telescopic middle, but it works ok.Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this because I had just gotten a Kindle Fire and noticed the Wacom Bamboo ap so I started looking for a stylus. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Melissa Peebles
I really wanted this too work for what I needed it for, which is tapping the I-pad screen when using to place orders. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ceiling savior