As a photoshopper at BCCHarware, I’m familiar with the Wacom tablets. I use mine mostly for Photoshopping as it's easier to control tools such as brushes, pencils, erasers, lasso and more when working on a project. Wacom is trying to be everyone's best friend as they have recently released the Wacom App for a few devices. Now you can doodle and write notes easily as you normally do on paper. With a Bamboo Tablet Stylus note taking will never be boring.
Wacom’s entry into note-taking software started last year, but the new project uses its new Wacom Ink Layer Language to allow users to share and edit their work across platforms and devices. It also introduces a key new handwritten note taking app to devices like the Surface Pro 3, which so far works with OneNote for cloud-based handwritten notes, but not much else besides.