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Since I’m a little tired of using Wacom Bamboo Fun Pen & Multi-Touch, I made up my mind to fully dissect the poor toy.
First, let’s remove four bottom screws.
We first see a mysterious metal sheet.
After removing the sheet, another mysterious white paper appears.
This is a photo of backside of Wacom’s EMR pen sensing panel.
It has many vertical strip lines.
Now, let’s move to its front side.
Here, we see hundreds of horizontal strip lines.
Since we have toured pen sensing panel, now it’s time to proceed to the touch panel. The touch panel is attached right beneath the cover of Bamboo Fun.
The touch panel has diamond shaped electrode patterns.
Let’s see the face of the touch panel.
Here’s all the parts. Wacom's Bamboo Fun Pen & Multi-Touch has two panels – one for finger touch and the other for pen touch.