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Wacom Bamboo

Wacom Bamboo

Bamboo has many uses but I never thought I would come across one that would involve my computer and various software mini-apps.

According to my Concise Oxford Dictionary, bamboo is a “Genus of tropical giant grasses; the stem, used as stick or material”.  Wacom, however, would prefer you to look on Bamboo as a family of consumer pen tablets with, as far as I can see, absolutely no connection to the natural material.  (Asus also has a Bamboo product – a notebook that is encased in bamboo.)  The Wacom Bamboo family comes in three versions, namely Bamboo, Bamboo Fun and Bamboo One.