Wacom, the company behind the Cintiq, Intuos and Bamboo graphics tablets, has just unveiled a new stylus aimed at the smartphone and tablet market.
The Bamboo Stylus Mini is part of the company's portable touch-pen lineup and joins the ranks of the Stylus Feel, Solo, Pocket and Duo. The difference is that the Bamboo Stylus Mini is more like a stubby fat crayon than an agile and sleek precision pen.
Coming in at just under two inches, the brass plated metal body is covered in a soft touch rubber coating, and the tip is replaceable with firm or soft touch replacements. The Bamboo Stylus Mini is available now from Wacom at a price point of $19.