Wacom releases its MobileStudio Pro Windows 10 tablets
The MobileStudio Pro series tablets are direct rivals to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 and will run Windows 10. Wacom created them for creative users who work with 2D, 3D and CAD applications. The new tablets will be available in two screen sizes and will be powered by Intel processors, but customers will be able to choose from different configurations.
The MobileStudio Pro tablets will be released in two display sizes: 13-inch and 16-inches. If you’re a product designer, CAD engineer or a 3D sculptor, then you’ll enjoy its built-in Intel Real Sense camera and scanning software which will help capture real world objects. The tablets have an etched glass surface on which you’ll write with the stylus (Wacom Pro Pen 2) while retaining the feeling you’re actually writing with a pen on paper due to the accessory’s sensitivity, responsiveness, and accuracy.
If you opt for the 13-inch model, then Wacom will offer you four configurations, each of which have in common an IPS high-brightness panel with a 2.5K resolution and 96% Adobe RGB.
- 64GB of SSD storage: $1499
- 128GB: $1799
- 256GB: $1999
- 512GB: $2499
If you prefer the larger version with a 16-inch display, then you’ll choose between the two models with an IPS high-brightness panel and a higher resolution (4K), as well as 94% Adobe RGB.
- The variant with 256GB of storage and NVIDIA Quadro M600M processor with 2GB VRAM costs $2399
- The variant with 512GB of storage and NVIDIA Quadro M1000M processor with 4GB VRAM is priced at $2999
In addition, both 16-inch models and the 512GB version of the 13-inch model offer a 3D camera. The new MobileStudio Pro will be sold starting from late November in select retail locations.
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