It was awkward because of clunky software (not wacom's-- the shared whiteboarding software), but wacom had the hardware nailed. It was a good enough experience I felt like I saw the future. I have been using the new shared whiteboarding app from limnu and really like it-- I use it to take quick notes on my phone when I am without a pencil. But my finger is big, and the phone is small. This shows how much I can get using that:
|A screen shot from the limnu app on an iPhone 6+|
It's cool that there is still hardware that can invented that I can hardly wait for!