Wacom One Is Wacom's Most Affordable Tablet Yet At RM1625

Promises to be like pen and paper - but digital
14 January 2020 / 13:45MYT

CES 2020 is still ongoing and it's rare for products announced there to even have much significance in Malaysia. But it looks like Wacom has the Southeast Asian Market in mind as not only did they announce the Wacom One at CES 2020, but they also announced local pricing for each country - in Malaysia, we're getting it at RM1625, making it the most affordable Wacom tablet to date. The Wacom One is meant to be an economical 13" pen display for a new generation of creators, being an affordable and attractive option for entry-level users. The device will be able to work with MacOS, Windows, and Android system, and works with digital pens from Lamy, Samsung, STAEDTLER and more, with Wacom One's pressure-sensitive pen delivering accurate and precise pen and brush strokes and its EMR (Electro Magnetic Resonance) pen technology does not require a pen battery or recharge, ever. Then there's the 1920 x 1080 full HD display which offers 72 percent NTSC color and anti-glare treated film. There's no local launch date yet even if we have a price, but tablet users can definitely save up for this in the meantime.

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