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Wacom unveils One tablet for visual thinkers with pen-on-screen sketching

08 January 2020 0

Wacom, a Japan-based manufacturer of interactive pen tablets and displays has come to the world’s biggest tech show to unveil a new tablet for the budding or casual artists. The new product is a Wacom One, a Creative Pen Display, basically, a tablet that unlocks many possibilities for the creative minds.

With the Creative Pen Display, users can draw, paint, and annotate directly on the screen with Wacom’s renowned pressure-sensitive pen technology. Wacom claims the new tablet is best suitable for creative beginners, social content creators, and visual thinkers. The pen-on-screen sketching brings ease to the users and they can pull any creativity to the tablet as they think of.

The Wacom One Creative Pen display features a 13-inch 1080p display with 72% of the NTSC color gamut. You can use the battery-free pen to sketch with 4,096 pressure levels and a tilt of up to 60 degrees. It is portable and has foldable legs for adjustment, so you can draw or annotate, however, you like with the best comfort position.

The tablet works with Macs, Windows PC, and certain Android devices (most recent Samsung and Huawei flagships from the Galaxy S8 and P20 Pro onward).

The Wacom One also bundles software, including a copy of Clip Studio Paint Pro from Celsys, with up to 6 months of free use. So, with the use of the application, you can draw comics, a range of visual arts, and more. Bamboo Paper is also included, which is an ideal application for note-taking and sketching.

The price of the Wacom One is $399.95 and it is expected to hit stores in the US and Canada in January via Wacom eStore, Amazon.com, and select Best Buy locations and other authorized Wacom partners.


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