The Bamboo Stylus allows you to write and draw on the original iPad and the iPad 2 by tricking the capacitive touchscreen of the tablet into thinking that it’s your finger. Though Bamboo boasts about the slick, black and silver coloring along with the satin-textured metal body, the real attraction in its design is the fine tip, which Wacom says provides users with more precision and control.
Though this is not a ground-breaking accessory — it isn’t the first stylus that is compatible with Apple’s capacitive touchscreens — it does supposedly have one of the thinnest tips, measuring at 6 mm.
The Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad will be available starting in mid-May and will be priced at £25, or approximately $40.50.
Source: Pocket Lint