Today, Wacom announced its latest pen display, the Wacom One. This 13.3" tablet is a powerful tool for beginners and professionals, one that offers a seamless pen experience and rich feature set that’s great for work or play. As mentioned, the Wacom One’s display measures in at 13.3", with an active drawing area of 11.6 x 6.5". This is an ideal work space, because it allows users to work on regular-sized projects with ease. The display resolution is Full HD 1920 x 1080, so you’ll get a hi-res work area with solid color production. The included stylus is the Wacom One Pen, which boasts 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity. This is significantly less pressure sensitivity than what you see in Wacom’s powerful Pro Pen 2; however, in my at-home testing, I couldn’t detect much of a difference. The drawing experience was smooth and lifelike, exactly what I’ve come to expect from the Wacom brand.
Of course, the Wacom One isn’t relegated to merely drawing applications. You can use it to take notes, mark up documents, edit photos and video professionally, or just as a second hi-def display. Setup is as easy as ever. Users can download the latest driver, connect to a Mac or PC, and be up and running in less than five minutes. This ease of setup, along with its portable design, make the Wacom One great for toting between locations.
The Wacom One ships with everything you need to get set up, including the Wacom One Pen, additional pen nibs, and connection cable. It even ships with free creative software, which you can redeem upon registration.
The new Wacom One Pen Display is available now at B&H.
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