Last year the Wacom Cintiq and Wacom Mobile Studio Pro were released, but today the company has launched the Wacom Intuos Pro and the Intuos Pro Paper Edition. 

The Intuos Pro Paper Edition is helpful for creative practitioners who prefer to work on paper in the initial creative process. Wacom's Intuos Pro Paper Edition does away with the laborious step of scanning hand-drawn sketches by allowing you to have digital ink versions of sketches at the touch of a button. 

Ink-on-paper drawings are captured and stored digitally straight away, and can be refined later on the tablet with layered raster or vector software. The Paper Edition handily includes a paper clip for the artist to attach their preferred paper to, a pressure-sensitive Finetip gel ink pen and the Wacom Inkspace App to covert drawings into creative software.

The products, to be shown for the first time at CES in Las Vegas on January 5, are accompanied by a new Pro Pen 2 with improved pressure-sensitivity and precision.

Read on to find out its features and how much it will put you out of pocket.

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