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Wacom Bamboo Solo Stylus - Black

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  • Improves experiences with applications for sketching
  • Sophisticated black and silver design with satin-textured metal body
  • Features 25% slimmer tip than main competitors
  • Weight-balanced design
  • Smooth soft tip for ideal pen-on-screen feeling
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Product Information

Colour Name: Black
Technical Details
BrandWacom
Item Weight18 g
Product Dimensions0.9 x 0.9 x 12 cm
Item model numberCS-100
ColorBlack
Lithium Battery Weight695 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB0050OFF42
Best Sellers Rank 242 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight41 g
Date First Available13 May 2011
  
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Product Description

Colour Name: Black

Product Description

Bamboo Stylus Solo -- Input Stylus for iPads and Media Tablets

Let Your Ideas Roam Free

Bamboo Stylus solo is the ideal partner for your iPad and all other media tablets. With all the feel and weight of a real pen and unmistakable state-of-the-art design, the Bamboo Stylus Solo offers a special digital pen experience. Try navigating, writing or drawing just like you do with an analogue pen and experience the convincing quality of Wacom.

Bamboo Stylus Solo

Facts and Features

  • Stylish design, made from metal with a satin finish -- available in 6 colours
  • Quality you can feel with a metal body, satin texture and balanced weight distribution
  • The replaceable silky-soft electrographic nib offers an outstanding on-screen feel
  • Dimensions: 9mm diameter, 120mm length; 20g weight
  • Compatible with all multimedia tablets using capacitive touch technology

A Fistful of Possibilities for a Head Full of Ideas

Important Functions
  • Balanced weight distribution
  • Replaceable silky-soft electrographic nib
  • Exchangeable pen nibs
  • Compatible with all multimedia tablets using capacitive touch technology
  • Improve your workflow with applications for sketching
Bamboo Stylus Solo
Expand What Your Tablet Can Do

The Bamboo Stylus Solo gives your tablet even more functions than it already has. Write hand-written notes, annotate text, edit documents and photos, sketch your ideas or use the Bamboo Stylus Solo with apps to get creative in your own way.

Elegant Design with a Precise, Natural Writing Feel

The Bamboo Stylus Solo combines comfort and elegance with a satin-textured metal body and a balanced weight distribution. With its natural, comfortable grip, this stylus offers a noticeably responsive performance.

Easily-replaceable Pen Nibs

It's easy to change the pen nibs on the Bamboo Stylus Solo and increase the lifespan of your Wacom digital pen.

Bamboo Stylus Solo
Let Your Imagination Run Wild

The Bamboo Stylus Solo imitates analogue pen movements and brushstrokes, offering you a high quality digital writing and drawing experience.

Bamboo Stylus Solo
Emphasise Your Creative Side and Bring Colour into Your Life

Choose your favourite from our range of 6 fashionable colours -- black, blue, orange, green, pink and white -- to emphasise your style and your personality.

Bamboo Stylus Solo
Personal, Hand-written

Personalise your communication: send handwritten messages or highlight important passages in texts.

Bamboo Stylus Solo
Let Your Creativity Roam Free

The Bamboo Paper app is the ideal partner for your Bamboo Stylus, allowing you to produce individual notebooks on your iPad, visualise your ideas with hand-written notes or sketches, and then share them with others. Use for brainstorming, mind-mapping, or just for odd jobs.

Bamboo Stylus Solo
Expand What Your Tablet Can Do

Increase the ease and precision with which you use your touchscreen thanks to the Bamboo Stylus Solo.

Bamboo Stylus Solo
Experience Great Design

The soft rubber nib of the Bamboo Stylus Solo glides smoothly over digital touchscreen displays; the weight of the pen is evenly distributed, so it sits comfortably in your hand.

Bamboo Stylus Solo
Apple App Store Apps You Can Use with Your Stylus:
  • Bamboo Paper -- take notes, draw and paint in this notebook you'll always have with you
  • Adobe Reader -- make hand-written notes in the margin or highlight important passages
  • Autodesk Sketchbook -- produce artistic sketches with a range of brush settings
  • Clibe -- share your notebooks and get inspired by other people
  • Angry Birds -- target the flinger with more precision and do the pigs more damage than ever before
Wacom Bamboo Comparison Chart
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Solo
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Duo
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Pocket
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Feel
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Feel Carbon
Natural, pen-style performance Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Balanced weight distribution Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Ballpoint pen end No Yes No No No
Extendable shaft No No Yes No No
Soft-feel grip No No Yes No No
Interchangeable colour rings No No Yes No No
Range of colours Yes No No Yes No
Replacement nibs included No No 1 2 4
Carbon No No No No Yes
For all Samsung Galaxy Note devices No No No Yes No
For all touchscreens (Apple and Android) Yes Yes Yes No No

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Customer Reviews

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274 of 285 people found the following review helpful By N. Morgan on 13 Dec 2012
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
With the advent of the iPad, my laptop barely leaves the office these days. In a typical week I'll usually expect to attend 7-8 customer meetings, which I normally travel to by foot or by tube, so it made sense to ditch the bulky laptop bag in favour of a small slip-in case for iPad.

The problem this posed was obviously the absence of room for a pen and a notepad; especially if I was going for lunch, dinner or drinks with the client, following the meeting.

I did a bit of research and discovered several apps which could replace a paper notepad (my preference, in the end, being Penultimate) for taking meeting notes - the next challenge: to find a good stylus with which to write!

Before I start, I want to make it clear that purchases at this end of the financial scale are a grey area to me; investing £20 for a stylus does not mean that my family can't eat for a month, so if you pay attention to the other reviewers who class this as an "expensive item", then this review isn't for you.

I ordered several models to evaluate. The TRIXES High Quality HQ Stylus; the Universal Capacitive Stylus; the COLT HQ Stylus, and this, the Wacom Bamboo Solo Stylus.

Immediately upon opening, you can feel the quality of the Wacom Bamboo Stylus over the others listed above. It has a good weight to it, and feels of very solid build; the others had an almost hollow, plasticky feel to them, whereas the Bamboo felt well built. It's also of good size; I'm not a small guy, and have fairly big hands, so when I looked at the pictures of these styli on Amazon, I was slightly worried that they would be to fiddly. Certainly not the case with the Bamboo. It fits in my hand perfectly, and feels like a mid-range rollerball.

Second was the usage test.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By P. D. Richardson on 17 April 2013
Colour Name: Black
I am an artist & draw a lot on my iPad, I also now like to use a stylus to type, scroll etc. rather than my finger, so I have bought & used all the styluses available. This is the best in my view, though the Just Mobile Alupen comes a close second, the problem with that one is the rubber tip is a bit too soft, & some might not like it's heavy & stubby feel. The Bamboo is not stubby at all though has a pleasing weight that is nicely balanced. For drawing I like the Bamboo stylus because like a pencil one can hold it higher up the handle.

Many reviews mention the rubber tips splitting quickly, I am surprised at this as in fourteen months of daily (& heavy) use I have only needed to replace the tip three times. I just wonder if these bad reviews are because people have been conned with look-alike replicas. The tips are easy to get on Amazon & cost around £7 for three, which I think is a high price for what they are, but not prohibitively so.

It is surprising how differently the tips behave on the pad, the cheapo styluses (ones you get three for a couple of quid) are OK but they feel flimsy & lack balance for drawing, their tips are not that responsive. The Acase stylus feels nicer to use, but the tip is as unresponsive as the cheap ones when drawing. One cannot replace split tips for either of these. The Alupen is good, feels solid & very much like a thick graphite 'pastel' to use, it has good reviews, the tip is nicely responsive but I find the tip far too soft. I also see no way to replace a split tip, which considering the cost of the pen is a serious consideration.

So though rather expensive to buy, & to get replacement tips, the Bamboo stylus seems the best buy to me.
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117 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. C. Martin on 19 Oct 2011
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is a great product with a major flaw. The design is very comfy to use and has produced excellent results with SketchBook Pro, iThoughtsHD, Noterize, Notesplus and other similar programs - art wise it really moves the ipad up a notch in terms of sketching, layout preparation and accuracy. However - after 2 weeks a small tear had opened on the rubber tip, after another 2 weeks this tear was so substantial that I had to cease using the pen while awaiting Wacom shop to deliver replacement tips (20 pounds, up to 10 days delivery for 6 tips) which frankly is an extortionate rate and will send me looking for alternatives should the replacements tear after a similar short duration.

So frankly a lovely pen that has transformative effects on your ipad but one that carries not only a heavy investment cost but seemingly a steep up-keep cost.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Colin Rose on 23 Jan 2012
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
the clip fell off within 10 minutes of being placed in my pocket, the thread is not long enough and unscrews itself with natural vibration. The soft end is too clumsy to be of any use for drawing, a friend bought one with a smaller end for £3 that is easier to use. Altogether a waste of money
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By David J. Wilson on 1 Jan 2012
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
The pen is very useful on the iPad, not only drawing with the very good Wacom App. but for typing, without a fat finger pressing two keys. I have no reason to suspect that the rubber nib wont be long lasting, but if it does fail, I wonder where replacements can be got?

I'd like to update my review on the Bamboo Stylus. In the time I had it, it worked perfectly. But in October the pouch with my iPad and Bamboo, was snatched from me. Well as the insurance were dragging their feet, I bought another iPad ( I have now got one sent) and sent of for a new Bamboo Stylus. It arrived just before Christmas and I took it out of the packing, put it on the screen, knowing what to expect, and thought what is this, missing bits of line and high pressure needed, this is not like my original. So I cleaned the screen and cleaned the tip with a tissue and water. But still it would not complete lines. So onto the net to read all the review sites. Then to this site and read through all the three hundred comments, yes I know, I had nothing better to do. Well I fired of a comment on one of the latter reviews that was complaining about the poor performance here. I also sent mail to Wacom and was surprised to get a mail back on Christmas Eve. Seems that I had bought a fake, could be by a firm called Kerkuri. So I got the pack that my original one came in and offered them up. Everything from the cardboard of the box, to the tray to hold the pen and the printed booklet, were all poor quality compared with the original. Even the font and colour of paper and the print. Were as the fake, was printed in black, the original was in a grey. So I am wondering how many of the people who are calling this Stylus poor, have not got the real one.
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