Wacom Launches the Wacom One — A World of New Possibilities

Wacom announces the launch of the Wacom One, an economical 13″ pen display for a new generation of creators. It provides an affordable and attractive option for entry-level tablet shoppers who would like to work directly on the screen.

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Compact and Seamless Gateway to Creativity

The Wacom One connects to Mac, Windows and compatible Android operating systems, therefore allowing users to upgrade their existing computers and phones to a pen-enabled configuration. Wacom’s longstanding relations with leading manufacturers of stationary and mobile devices provides compatibility with several pens from leading manufacturers, giving users a choice of their favorite brand and style of pen for drawing and writing. New digital pens from Lamy, Samsung and STAEDTLER are just a few which can seamlessly be used on the new Wacom One display.

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The 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. 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 foldable legs allow one to find the ideal working position. A Wacom One purchase entitles users to an inspirational software bundle, including a six-month free subscription for a limited time 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.

The local retail price for the Wacom One is $549 and it is expected to hit stores across Southeast Asia from late January to February 2020. Wacom one will be available on Wacom eStore, Wacom Flagship Store on Lazada, Wacom Official Store on Shopee and other authorized Wacom partners.