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Use Bamboo Slate without Internet access

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Use Bamboo Slate without Internet access

Postby skyeeee » Wed 2. Jan 2019, 02:53

I'm considering using the Bamboo Slate for our written exams. However, the rules strictly forbid using any form of devices requiring internet access. I would like to know if it’s possible to copy the files directly from the Bamboo Slate to a laptop without first uploading them to any cloud services?

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Re: Use Bamboo Slate without Internet access

Postby wacom5 » Wed 2. Jan 2019, 09:10

Should be possible if you have the minimum requirements.
You'll need a computer with support for Bluetooth 4.0 and Windows 10 and/or Mac OSX10.12+

Please see here: https://www.wacom.com/en-de/getting-started/inkspace#Overview and also here: http://forum.wacom.eu/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1949

For your use, you might also want to consider a different device, the Wacom Clipboard - https://www.wacom.com/en-de/enterprise/business-solutions/hardware/smartpads/phu-111

If this device interests you, please request a quote here: https://www.wacom.com/en-us/enterprise/business-solutions/resources-and-information/customer-resources/contact-us

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Re: Use Bamboo Slate without Internet access

Postby skyeeee » Fri 4. Jan 2019, 00:10

Thank you for the reply.

I'm sure you're right that the Wacom Clipboard would be better for the task than the Bamboo Slate.

however, I decided to spend a bit more and buy the Intuos Pro Paper Edition, as it seemed the most versatile in the long run :)

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