With the recent push into mobile editing software like Adobe Photoshop Touch, it's no surprise that additional support in various forms will start to crop up. Today Wacom released a new Bamboo stylus designed specifically for smartphone and tablet editing, which is a plus for anyone who lacks dexterity in their fingertips (like myself).
From the press release:
"Bamboo Stylus mini delivers a fresh new look to the input category. For the most design discerning, portability might be the mini’s best feature of all. The 'take me anywhere' appeal of the stylus is ideal for on-the-go mobile device users looking for new and fun ways to interact with note-taking, drawing and gaming apps. Losing Bamboo Stylus mini need never be a concern thanks to its tethered dummy plug that can be plugged into the headphone jack of a smartphone or tablet. The soft plug material will not damage the headphone jack, even after frequent use."
Bamboo Stylus mini will be available in April for about $15.