Today we are used to stylus and that intuitive way to interact with screens in a wide variety of devices. Wacom now has the initiative to launch Wacom Mobile Studio Pro, a new device specifically target to creative people.
They expect to be selling it at the end of November. MobileStudio has six variations: four models of 13.3 inches and two of 15.6 inches. All work with Windows 10 and use the new stylus. The Pro Pen 2 has improved in precision, has less lag and 8,192 levels of sensitivity. This tablet is much more similar to the desktop Intuos than other competitors like Microsoft Surface Pro 4.
The MobileStudio 13 models have IPS screens of 2,5K with gamut 96 qualified at 96% of Adobe RGB. The prices vary according to the storage capacity: $1500 for the SSD version of 64GB, $1800 for the 128GB, $2000 for the 256GB and $2500 for the 512GB.
The MobileStudio 16 use a 4K screen (UHD resolution) with a 94% Adobe RGB. The cheaper model of $2400 has an Nvidia Quadro M600M processor with 2GB of RAM video and a SSD of 556GB, while the $3000 model has an Nvidia Quadro M1000M chip with 4GB of RAM video and a SSD of 512GB. These two models are the most expensive ones and include a 3D Intel RealSense camera.
The rest of the specifications still remain to be known, but surely these models already are desired by all those people that want to have a tablet with excellent options for designing. This means that Surface models of Microsoft now have a worthy competitor that will seduce creative people that want a good work tool. Expect the rest of the details in a future post when we have all the information.