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The Inkling seems to be more of a proof of concept than a full-featured addition to a digital artist's set of tools... for now the Inkling doesn't do the things that serious artists need it to do well enough to replace their tried and true methods. quote


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7.0
6 reviews
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    7.0
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    8.6
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    6.8
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    8.0
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    6.5
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7.7
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    6.7
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    9.3
  • Ease of use
    9.3
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    6.7
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    6.7
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    9.3
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8.0
PC Mag Feb 15, 2012

The Wacom Inkling is a nifty idea and very enjoyable to work with, although it's best as a set-it-and-forget-it device for capturing rough sketches, rather than a precision tool for professional artists.

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8.0
Macworld Nov 28, 2011

As an artist, I would use the Inkling daily. It’s comfortable to draw with, it’s an impressive digital tool, and the support for pressure-sensitivity and vector export easily trump the iPad as far as my sketch workflow is concerned. But the idea of having to work with that software to export...

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6.0
PC World Dec 12, 2011

The Inkling seems to be more of a proof of concept than a full-featured addition to a digital artist's set of tools... for now the Inkling doesn't do the things that serious artists need it to do well enough to replace their tried and true methods.

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5.0
MacLife Jan 20, 2012

The Inkling has so much potential, but we just can’t see it delivering a faithful representation of a drawing for serious sketch artists. And for diagrams, rough sketches, and notes, while the Inkling performs well, it’s hard to justify the $199 cost.

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6.0
Everything USB Apr 12, 2012

If you're a creative professional that needs something to capture quick ideas on the go in a small and portable form factor then the Wacom Inkling is for you. At $200 though, it isn't a solution for a creative type that likes to sketch on paper.

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6.0
wallalj wallalj

If there was a section entitled "Does this Product Work as Advertised" I would have to rate is as resoundingly poor. It's terrible. Yes it transforms a sketch into digital form. But that sketch it not what you have drawn. My sketching is a more product based sketching technique, it may be...

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9.0
movix movix

Overall a grate product . Bad sides . The software application is poor on any functions and not very logical for a first time user both on Mac and on Windows . The website of Wacom and the support section including downloads are available after registration wich is a bit hard to...

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8.0
pinot pinot

For years, I don't really like drawing on a flat smooth surface of Wacom Tablet. And this Inkling lets me draw on any kind of surface or papers. The digital result is impressive, though there are some inaccurate problem on tight details.More on...

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