Video Review: Wacom Bamboo Fun Pen and Touch Tablet

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Anna from Shiny Shiny recently got to have a play around with Wacom’s brand new Bamboo Fun Pen and Touch Tablet.

Combining a USB touch pad with a stylus, it lets you draw and write directly into applications such as Photoshop without the need for a mouse.

Available on Amazon in medium (£170) and small (£90) sizes, hit the video above to find out if it’s actually worth your hard earned cash.

Gerald Lynch
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