For signature capturing on iPads:
Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus.
Today, external sales forces in many industries (e.g. insurance, service and maintenance) are equipped with mobile tablets like iPads. The iPad is an ideal, flexible solution: It can be used for presentations on the customer’s premises as well as for data capturing by external sales or service staff – such as entering customer data or filling service reports.
A product that has been designed to bring professional creativity to the iPad is now also making its way into electronic signature: The Intuos Creative Stylus made by Wacom, the leader in stylus technology. If you are looking for a professional-grade stylus for the iPad that enables natural writing and signing, the Intuos Creative Stylus is your product of choice.
The natural writing experience is based on its pressure sensitivity and its palm rejection. The 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity of the Intuos Creative Stylus mean that it reacts to the slightest touch, just like a normal pen on standard paper. And just like with real paper you can rest your hand on the iPad without interfering the writing process. The only thing which will be processed is your handwriting.
The combination of Wacom´s pressure sensitive stylus with the capacitive sensor from an iPad full fill use case scenarios for biometric signature processes and document workflows. The result of the signature process is now a more realistic rendering of digital ink. Based on the fact that the Intuos Creative Stylus does not only capture an image of the signature, but also the pressure of a handwritten electronic signature, this provides an enhanced evidence of a handwritten signature.
The Intuos Creative Stylus connects seamlessly with your iPad Mini, iPad 3 or iPad 4 through Bluetooth® 4.0 Smart Technology. This automatically enables pressure sensitivity, palm rejection and shortcut buttons when used with apps that integrate Wacom’s industry-leading technology. The screens on this site show mobile solutions from our partners SOFTPRO and XYZMO.