The stylish, aluminium tools represent the first hardware devices from Adobe, created in partnership with Adonit. What’s cool about Ink & Slide is their connection with Creative Cloud. Ink can be used to copy and paste images via the cloud, sending sketches to Photoshop or Illustrator on your desktop for further refinement later.
Slide can be used to draw straight lines, as you might expect, but touch-based buttons on the surface also allow you to draw precise circles, French curves and more.
As with the Wacom stylus, the Adobe Ink and Slide are not currently fully compatible with the iPad Air 2.