Wacom's new MobileStudio Pro tablets with Windows 10 are made for digital artists

Wacom has announced plans to launch a new family of Windows 10 tablets under the MobileStudio Pro brand. The tablets are designed specifically for digital graphic artists and designers and will include the new Wacom Pro Pen 2 stylus.

Wacom's press release states:

There are six configurations to choose from. Four 13.3" models combine maximum mobility with high performance and color accuracy and two 15.6" models deliver a larger work area, 4K resolution, high color performance as well as superior NVIDIA Quadro graphics. Bundled with Windows 10, Wacom MobileStudio Pro has the power professional creatives need to run industry-standard applications such as Photoshop and Illustrator as well as demanding 3-D creative software applications.

As far as the Wacom Pro Pen 2, the company says:

Delivering 4x greater accuracy and pressure sensitivity than the previous Pro Pen, Wacom continues to focus on pen performance and creating an intuitive experience that is free-flowing and transcends the digital divide. Users will also discover virtually lag-free tracking which helps one find that creative groove faster and maintain focus for longer periods of time.

Storage options on the Wacom Mobile StudioPro tablets will range from between 64GB up to 512GB. Some models will also have Intel's RealSense 3D camera that will allow designers to scan a object so it can be used as a 3D model. Pricing for the tablets will begin at $1,499 and they are expected to go on sale sometime at the end of November.

John Callaham