Wacom introduced the Cintiq Companion Hybrid during IFA and as such, we made sure to check it out for some hands-on coverage. This tablet is running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor. It will work with a Mac or Windows computer and will also serve as an Android tablet when unplugged from the computer.
teased us with a video of its "Next Big Thing" slotted for August 20, with rumors of a true, standalone tablet in the works. Wacom has now laid rumors to rest and announced a new line of tablets for mobile creatives. The Cintiq Companion and the Cintiq Companion Hybrid tablets give professional artists and hobbyists the ability to remain productive even while on the go.
Wacom seems to have something cooking this month as it released a truly teasing video about its "next creative evolution" to be revealed on the 20th of August. Although the video doesn't hint at anything, rumors are going around that it could be the 13-inch Cintiq Hybrd 13HD Android tablet.
Samsung seems committed to the stylus and they have recently acquired a 5 percent stake in Wacom. Of course, many will realize who Wacom is, they offer the digital drawing tablets and seem to be 'the name' in that particular industry.
Samsung Galaxy Note's most distinctive feature, that enormous 5.3-inch, 1280 x 800 Super AMOLED screen. Samsung isn't playing down the Note's tablet aspirations, and has included a capacitive stylus - but it's a little different from the one on the HTC Flyer and other third-party styli we've seen before. Namely, it uses Wacom's digitizer technology, not only for superior accuracy, but for advanced pen input features.