Last year, when Adobe announced they were moving to Adobe Creative Cloud, they also showed off some hardware they were working on. Project Mighty and Project Napoleon were a stylus and ruler combo for the tablet world. Along with updates across the board to Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe’s hardware is now available with new names: Adobe Ink & Slide.
Adobe Creative Cloud
The cloud model means more continuous updates and, as a subscriber, always having the latest version. You can watch the keynote from yesterday’s address or some of the Adobe product blogs have all of the details:
- Adobe Creative Cloud blog on ‘All New Adobe Creative Cloud for 2014 is here‘
- Adobe Illustrator CC
- Dreamweaver CC
- Adobe Photoshop CC
You can see more about the product updates, the new mobile apps, and new plans from Adobe’s Creative Cloud site.
Adobe Ink & Slide
Project Mighty and Project Napoleon have become Adobe Ink and Adobe Slide, a precision stylus and ruler/straight-edge. Ink and Slide require 4th generation iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini, or iPad Mini with Retina display.
To help explain its new hardware, Adobe has a Learn and Support site to show how to make the most of Ink and Slide.
Adobe’s creative hardware can be bought for $199 through Adobe’s partnership with Adonit. You can learn more about the hardware or buy it from Adobe’s Ink & Slide page.