I tried to find a suggestion box on the Wacom website, but I couldn't find one. So I figured that I would put it here in hopes that someone from Wacom might see it. I am new to digital art, but not drawing. I'm old school pencil and paper. So i decided to go digital. I know that many people had tried to do the switch and hated it. So I bought a used intuos3 and I downloaded GIMP and tried to get my hand eye coordination down, i think I was a little successful. I caught myself having to undo a lot. I figured that it would take me time to get it down. I then saw the inkling and I was immediately drawn to the concept of being able to draw on paper (albiet with a pen) and have it capture my drawing digitally. I was tempted to buy it, but then I read a lot of reviews and I figured that the device was still a little immature and I should wait a little while before I think about buying one. Then the other day I saw that Wacom had an intuos pen that allowed you to trace an image that you layed on the active area of an intuos. You could see what you had traced and the digitizer picked up your lines. I thought that was a novel solution, which got me to start thinking. What if Wacom were to make an intuos 5 medium battery powered and then design a pen that could be rechargeable and afix a mechanism to hold a sheet of paper to the tablet. They could either have built in memory and a usb cable to transfer the data or a provision for a thumb drive to store the data.
I forgot to add that this solution was already designed into the Inkling, but if they could take their existing digitizer (which works perfectly, with its pickup antennae) and then make it portable and incorporate a memory chip or flash card with a paper anchoring mechanism and keep it affordable. There might be a lot of paper and pencil artists that would be interested in using a digitizer and still being able to use paper and pen. The other component that I had forgotten to add because it has been the biggest thing that I love the most, is layers and the inkling had this built into the unit so that the user could just push a button and you initiated a new layer. So I'm sure that Wacom could incorporate that nice bonus feature into this device as well.
Anyway this is just a suggestion and maybe Wacom could take the next step.