Bamboo Pad Wireless CTH-300B

Bamboo Pad, wireless

The Bamboo® Pad is a touchpad with a digital stylus.
Using touches and gestures on the Bamboo Pad makes navigating in operating systems such as Windows® 8 (or Mac OS X 10.7+) more intuitive and convenient than with a traditional mouse. Thanks to its particularly thin profile, the pad is ergonomic and comfortable to use for hours on end.

The special feature of the Bamboo Pad, however, is its digital stylus, which is especially useful whenever you would use a pen instead of your finger in your non-digital life: e.g. for making quick notes and doodles or for marking and annotating texts. With just a few strokes of the stylus, you can give things like e-mails a personal touch by adding handwriting, a hand-drawn smiley, or other customised details. What is more, hand-drawn visualisations can be used to spruce up your presentations and make them really stand out.

Setting up the Bamboo Pad is as easy as operating it: thanks to plug and play technology, no installation is needed on Windows 7 and Windows 8. A driver for the Mac OS X operating system is available from

The wireless version of the Bamboo Pad features maximum flexibility – both by using its radiofrequency connection (RF) to avoid cable mess and by offering you a full range of colours to choose from: try metallic grey with black, or pearl white with fresh colour accents in either blue, green or purple.

Specifications :

Dimensions 141.4 × 166.5 × 4.5 to 15.7 mm
Interface Wireless (2.4 GHz RF technology)
Power Supply Two AAA batteries
Operation times ± 4 weeks with alkali battery (average 2 h usage per day); varies depending on usage environment and situation
Multi-touch Yes
Battery-free Pen Yes
Cordless Pen Yes
Styles Type Pressure-sensitive
Specials The stylus uses Wacom feel IT technology. Both the stylus and the wireless receiver can be stored in separate compartments inside the Bamboo Pad.
System Requirements USB Port, Windows®8 and Windows®7, Mac OSX 10.7 or later (Driver available)

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