No, it does not have on-board memory and data is not stored on the Wacom Clipboard device.
CLB Create (Windows) is available from Wacom Marketplace. CLB Paper (Android) is available from Google Play.
Yes. When using the CLB Paper application, an alert will warn users that required fields are not filled in, but saving can still be completed. In custom applications made using the WILL SDK for devices, the alert can be kept or removed.
The Wacom Clipboard uses standard sized D1 ink cartridges. However, store-bought cartridges may not contain sufficient copper for proper conductivity. Therefore, we recommend that Wacom ink cartridges be used with the Wacom Clipboard.
Multiple devices may be connected via USB, but not via Bluetooth.
Yes, in limited cases in dry environments. However, the device is not waterproof, nor weatherproof, and it is important to keep both the device and paper forms dry.
.NET, Java (Android), Swift/xCode (iOS)
The versions are the same except for the license. Evaluation license is valid for 3 months. After this evaluation period, users need to subscribe.
We do not currently offer an enterprise version of CLB Paper. If you would like to enquire about this, please send us a message through our Contact page.
No, currently CLB Paper uses MyScript exclusively.
Yes, the first 6 digits of the barcode can be defined by users.
The following three types are currently supported: 1. Freehand - non text fields 2. Annotations - text fields that can use handwriting recognition 3. Signature - fields that output FSS format embedded PNG images
The WILL SDKs are available from developer.wacom.com