(Wah-Kum) Proper Noun indicating the name of the current leading manufacturer and researcher of drawing tablets and tablet technology in other products.

"In 1983, after founding WACOM Co Ltd, the first WACOM graphics tablet and cordless pointing devices (pen and cursor) was launched into the Japanese market." -www.wacom.com

Today Wacom tablets come in several different lineups including the graphire, intuous, and cintique models with varying sizes. The models and sizes fit needs ranging from home-use to professional-quality products to cover the entire market.
Wacom is actually pronounced "Wah-Kum" as indicated by their support line's recording, though uneducated people pronounce it "Wey-Comb" or "Whack-Um" which are just wrong.

Wacom Tablets are of very high quality and are highly sought for all kinds of computer design applications.

The Wacom company values its customers.
by Michael Hamilton June 27, 2005
The more widely and accepted pronunciation for the digital drawing tablets; made by Wacom's popular Intuos series.
Today, I used my "waycom" to digitaly illustrate a beautiful donkey.
by Wacom Employee April 07, 2005
The more widely and accepted pronunciation for the digital drawing tablets made by Wacom's popular Intuos series.
Today, I used my "waycom" to digitaly illustrate a donkey.
by Wacom Employee April 07, 2005
2. What you say when you are too lazy to say the full phrase "Wack them"
Bob: "So, what are you going to do about your son Tommy?"
Joe: "Wacom!
by Airwalker October 02, 2003

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