Adobe’s ‘Mighty’ Bluetooth Stylus Works With iPad Apps And Stores Settings In The Cloud

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Adobe made a slew of announcements at its MAX conference today, most notably the plans to make its Creative Suite (now Creative Cloud) entirely subscription based. Alongside all of the restructuring and price changes, Adobe also unveiled a new Bluetooth stylus designed to work with its iPad apps.

It’s sill in the development stage, but “Project Mighty” looks pretty cool for designers. The pressure-sensitive pen tightly integrates with Adobe software, and it stores user preferences in the Creative Cloud.

Adobe demoed the pen on an iPad with Photoshop for iOS today at MAX. Another hardware product that works in tandem with Project Mighty is Napoleon, a fancy ruler for drawing straight lines and shapes.

Pricing and availability for both products hasn’t been announced, but you can signup to be notified on Adobe’s website.

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