Wacom has always made some excellent products for artists and creators in the digital workplace. We’ve reviewed many of their latest products and they’ve always been impressive. Today, they’re offering something new to give creators more freedom than ever before with the MobileStudio Pro.
The “mobile pen computer” as they’ve called it, comes in a handful of different models (13inch or 16 inch) at various processing speed and memory depending on the workload you plan on placing on it. All in all, they sound pretty handy for artists who like to work on the go:
Designed to give you the freedom to create anywhere Wacom MobileStudio Pro packs a whole studio of creative tools into a lightweight mobile pen computer featuring the new Wacom Pro Pen 2. Move seamlessly through your workflow from 2D to 3D wherever you want to create.
Our new Wacom Pro Pen 2 will instantly become your favorite creative tool. It’s more sensitive, more accurate and more responsive than any pen we’ve ever made.
Wacom MobileStudio Pro is designed for serious creative workloads. It’s a full-featured, Intel powered computer with the muscle you need to run professional creative 2D, 3D and CAD applications. Multi-layered, hi-res, CMYK Adobe® Photoshop® files? Seven million vertices in your PixologicTM ZBrush® file? Let Wacom MobileStudio Pro take on the challenge. Choose up to 16GB of RAM, an Intel® CoreTM i7 processor and NVIDIA graphics – with up to 512GB of storage.
Whatever you’re creating, you’ll see every pica, pixel or polygon in perfect detail. With a resolution of up to 4K and color accuracy to 96% of Adobe® RGB, the screen on your Wacom MobileStudio Pro will make your work look amazing. But while you work, it’ll feel amazing too. The new etched glass surface provides the perfect amount of resistance to recreate the familiar feel and control of pen on paper. So working on Wacom MobileStudio Pro feels totally natural, instantly.
While no release date has been given (other than “coming soon”), the MobileStudio Pro is definitely something we’ll be keeping an eye on.