Wacom has this week unveiled a new range of mobile drawing tablets it has created, launching the new Wacom MobileStudio Pro which will be available to purchase in six different configurations from $1,499 during late November 2016.
The new range of MobileStudio Pro drawing tablets have been created to provide designers and creatives with tools such as a 3D camera and the ability to run full versions of popular design software such as Photoshop, Illustrator and 3D software says Wacom. While also providing the freedom to design, draw and create almost anywhere.
The Wacom MobileStudio Pro area equipped with a “powerful” selectionof Intel processors and memory and storage configurations, ranging from 64GB up to 512GB. NVIDIA Quadro graphics on the 15.6″ model of Wacom MobileStudio Pro, with the 13.3″ Wacom MobileStudio Pro starting at $1,499.
There will be six configurations to choose from at launch with four 13.3″ models and two 15.6″ models offering 4K resolution, high colour performance and equipped with NVIDIA Quadro graphics. The systems will be shipped pre-loaded with Windows 10 and offer enough power to run full Windows design applications.
Wacom MobileStudio Pro is the first product to offer Wacom’s latest pen technology, the Pro Pen 2. Delivering 4x greater accuracy and pressure sensitivity than the previous Pro Pen, Wacom continues to focus on pen performance and creating an intuitive experience that is free-flowing and transcends the digital divide. Users will also discover virtually lag-free tracking which helps one find that creative groove faster and maintain focus for longer periods of time.
Ed Neumann, Senior Vice President of Marketing for Wacom’s Creative Branded Business explains :
Unlike most general-purpose mobile tablets created for the mass market, Wacom’s MobileStudio Pro was designed specifically for the needs of the creative professional and how they work. Our long-standing relationship with the professional creative community enabled us to develop a game-changing solution for the creative market that exceeds customer expectations and provides the best, most natural and precise creative experience imaginable.
Wacom revolutionized pen input over 30 years ago when it introduced the first pressure-sensitive pen and we continue to provide the ultimate design and creative experience for our customers. Whether doing straight 2-D illustration or sculpting a 3-D model, we are confident that Wacom MobileStudio Pro users will find the new digital pen to feel closer to traditional media as ever before.
– 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).
– 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.
– The 3-D camera is available on both models of the Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 and on the 13 model’s 512GB version.
Source: Liliputing : Wacom