Wacom has launched a number of desktop applications designed to make life easier for users of its Bamboo graphics tablets and cordless, battery-free digital pens that enables users to save the notes they write on paper into a digital file, which can be transferred to their PC.
The downloadable Bamboo Dock sits on the user's desktop and offers access to the Bamboo Minis - small desktop tools the new Bamboo tools that enable users to do anything from digital doodling and including handwritten notes on a map to playing games. The first two Minis available are Bamboo Doodler, which allows users to write little notes, save them on their PC and even share them with colleagues.
Bamboo Doodler is joined by Bamboo Landmarker, an application that enables users to customise digital maps or satellite images with notes or drawings and then save them.
All the tools are available to download free here.
Bamboo Landmarker allows you to write notes or draw on digital maps and satellite images
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