One of the most important things during the design process is feedback. Collaborating with your team, designers, product managers and engineers is vital for a great execution. The process is certainly much easier said than done however.
Yesterday at CES, Wacom announced the Wacom One, an economical new creative pen display. The new Wacom One gives creative beginners, social content creators, budding photographers and visual thinkers a new pen display platform to create with. The product also provides an affordable and attractive option for entry-level tablet shoppers who would like to work directly on screen.
Notable features include:
- Wacom One Pen: Wacom One’s pressure-sensitive pen delivers accurate and precise pen and brush strokes and its EMR (Electro Magnetic Resonance) pen technology does not require a pen battery or recharge, ever. Additionally, digital pens from Staedtler and Lamy are just a few which can seamlessly be used on the new Wacom One display.
- High-powered technology: The 1920 x 1080 full HD display offers 72 percent NTSC color and anti-glare treated film. The new model’s attractive, compact design makes it easy to incorporate into virtually any workspace and the adjustable stand lets one find the ideal working angle.
- Creative Software: One purchase entitles users to an inspirational software bundle, including a six-month free subscription of Clip Studio Paint Pro from Celsys, a powerful, easy-to-use drawing application for comic and manga creation and Wacom’s own Bamboo Paper, an ideal application for note-taking and sketching.
Available now in the US and Canada with a MSRP of $399.95, Wacom One draws on the company’s 35 years of experience to deliver an accurate and natural pen experience for a wide range of new users. Wacom One can be found on the Wacom eStore, Amazon and at select Best Buy locations and other authorized Wacom partners.