With the Wacom One Creative Pen Display, the company is showing a relatively inexpensive drawing tablet with screen, which this time is even compatible with Android – at least if you don’t let a few dongles bother you.
Because Wacom tablets still use a combination of USB, HDMI and a power cable instead of combining all three into a USB-C port. So you need a dongle to connect to a newer MacBook or Android smartphone.
The Wacom One Creative Pen Display comes with a 13.3-inch Full HD screen (1920 x 1080 pixels) with a 72 percent coverage of the NTSC color space, a contrast of 1000:1 and a response time of 26ms. The matt surface should feel particularly good when drawing.
The digital drawing tablet itself is a bit bigger and, above all, thicker than a 12.9-inch iPad Pro (starts from $950 on Amazon and Bhphotovideo), and in addition to the imperative need for a power supply, the maximum screen brightness of only 200 nits speaks against the device being on the go use.
You can sketch, draw and edit photos with a simple pen on this digital art tablet. A Pen is also very responsive, ergonomic, and pressure-sensitive gives you a natural way to your work on this drawing pad for computer. The pen doesn’t need batteries, comfortable to use and an advanced electro-magnetic pen technology for this tablet for drawing gives you excellent control and accuracy.
Price and Availability
The new electronic drawing tablet is aimed primarily at newcomers and hobby artists. After all, the specifications correspond almost exactly to those of the more expensive Wacom Cintiq 16 ($650 on Amazon and Bhphotovideo), so that with the cheaper choice you hardly have to give up anything except the additional space.[amazon box=”B082LZXQ6B” /]