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Wacom Inkling Review
If you’re a creative professional that needs something to capture quick ideas on the go in a small and portable form factor then the Wacom Inkling is for you. At $200 though, it isn’t a solution for a creative type that likes to sketch on paper.
Wacom has been building tablets for creative professionals for decades. Their latest foray into sketching territory is the Inkling. Billed as a way to bring your sketches into the digital realm, Wacom intends on displacing the tried and true moleskin and pen for a small and discrete digital solution. Have their efforts worked or is the pen (or pencil) still mightier? Press on for the in-depth review of the Wacom Inkling to find out.
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- Sturdy build quality
- Intuitive design
- Ability to add layers
- Tracking tracking tracking
- Inability to save layered files
- Can’t save time-lapse