Wacom Flex Nibs for Intuos, Bamboo, Cintiq Classic, Cintiq Grip, Graphire Tablet Stylus Digital Pens, 5-Pack
Wacom's flexible nibs stick better to digital tablet screens than standard nibs, and they do a nice job of supporting thick and thin lines. Unlike the Zebra Zpen, however, they are slightly wobbly.
The soft nibs on our top three pens made the nib feel more like a paintbrush, which we liked but may not be enough for serious artists. The extra-flickered nib on these nibs does a good job of mimicking the pencil feel.
Wacom's latest stylus pen for Note 2 tablets is our favorite pick among similar products we tried, thanks to its universal compatibility and high accuracy. It's also comfortable to hold.
Wacom's new Pro Pen 2 is an excellent pen for Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and other applications.
The Wacom One Pen CP91300B2Z for Wacom One Creative Pen Display is a decent pen for drawing. But if you prefer a wired model, check out the next pick from Wacom below.
The Wacom pen is our favorite. It's lightweight and ergonomically designed. We prefer its hierarchy to the Microsoft Intuos pen's, which is more complicated.
Wacom's Intuos 4 is the best digital-pen and touch tablet for design. Its long battery life is a selling point, but we think most people would be better off with a model with a Bluetooth connection.
This pen is purely utilitarian, not designed to make a statement, but you only have to look at the price to see why.
A cord-free, programmable pressure-sensitive pen is ideal for drawing and sketching. The Wacom Intuos Pen LP190K feels good in the hand and is plug-and-play with Intuos Art, Comic, Draw, and Photo tablets.