Fancy yourself a doodler and want to step into the digital age? The Wacom Inkling can help you out. A system comprised of a ballpoint pen and a digital receiver, the Inkling can transfer your hand-drawn images to your computer so you can later manipulate them, or post 'em on your Tumblr.
There are products already on the market that can do the same, but they're not made by the company that makes the drawing tablets all your favorite designers use. To differentiate itself from the rest of the pack, Wacom included pressure-sensing technology with the Inkling so the pen can detect 1,024 levels of pressure. Different line weights and shades will get easily picked up.
The reciever clips onto your notebook or sketchpad and can store thousands of sketches. Transfering the images to your computer simply involves you plugging the receiever into an USB port and opening Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator.
The Wacom Inkling will hit stores in September for $199.