Whether it’s on public transport, at the office, or kicking back for a round of Fortnite at home, there’s a pretty good chance I’m wearing headphones. And as someone who wears glasses, finding the right mix of comfort, style and sound can be a bit of a hurdle.
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.