Wacom introduces MobileStudio Pro line of Windows 10 tablets

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Wacom has officially introduced the MobileStudio Pro line of Windows 10 tablets. The new lightweight, powerful devices use Wacom’s new pen technology and are perfect for those who are busy, on the go, or those professional creators who make digital content and seek the freedom of taking their studio wherever and whenever they go.

Starting at $1,499, the new family of 13.3″ and 15.6″ Wacom MobileStudio Pro computers to fit virtually every professional’s creative computer and budget needs. Running on Windows 10, the devices come in six configurations wth four 13.3″ models  that combine maximum mobility with high performance and color accuracy.

Two 15.6″ models deliver a larger work area, 4K resolution, high color performance as well as superior NVIDIA Quadro graphics. Additionally, the new devices feature new Wacom pen technology which delivers 4x greater accuracy and pressure sensitivity than the previous Pro Pen. Features such as ExpressKeys, Touch Ring and convenient buttons on the pen also make for an  enhanced experience, along with support for powerful Intel processors and memory and storage configurations.

Wacom MobileStudio Pro

According to Wacom, the new devices will come in the following configurations at the following price ranges:

  1. Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13: four models come with an IPS high-brightness panel, 2.5K (WQHD) resolution and 96% Adobe RGB. Customer options are defined by Solid State Drive (SSD) size – 64GB ($1499 USD), 128GB ($1799 USD), 256GB ($1999 USD) and 512GB ($2499 USD).
  2. Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16: two models are fit with an IPS high-brightness panel, 4K (UHD) resolution and 94% Adobe RGB. There’s a 256GB ($2399 USD) with NVIDIA Quadro M600M with 2GB VRAM and 512GB ($2999 USD) with NVIDIA Quadro M1000M with 4GB VRAM.
  3. The 3-D camera is available on both models of the Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 and on the 13 model’s 512GB version.

The devices are expected to be available online and select retail locations in late November.  As always, let us know what you think of these devices by dropping us a comment in the section below.

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