13 and 16 inch displays and Quadro graphics cards to free creativity on the move
Even creativity travels in mobility. Creatives have long not only had the fixed computer as an election tool, but they also express their ideas on laptops, tablets and smartphones. Given the growing wave of mobile creativity, Wacom, the mother of the famous graphic tablets, has launched Wacom MobileStudio Pro, a line that takes study out of the studio.
Available from November, Mobile studio Pro is a cross between a computer and a graphics tablet. Mossa sa Windows 10, everything points to the resolution and color rendering and included in the package we also find the new Pro Pen 2, a nib that guarantees a precision of the stroke and a sensitivity to pressure four times higher than the previous one.
The choice of the model that makes for us starts first of all from the size of the display that can be 13 and 16 inches. The 13-inch version in turn provides four models all with high-brightness IPS panel, 2.5K (WQHD) resolution and 96% of the Adobe RGB spectrum. The price varies depending on the SSD on board and ranges from ? 1,599.90 for the 64 GB version to ? 2,699.90 for the 512 GB version. Intermediate models of 128 GB and 256 GB cost 1,899.90 and 1,999.90 euros, respectively.
The largest version is MobileStudio Pro 16. In this case there are two models. Both offer a 4K (UHD) panel and 94% of the Adobe RGB spectrum but the cheapest (2,599.90 euros) equipped with 256 GB of memory and video card NVIDIA Quadro M600M with 2 GB of VRAM while the most expensive (3.199,90) has a 512 GB SSD and the NVIDIA Quadro M1000M with 4 GB of VRAM.
Finally we can not fail to mention the possibility for all 16-inch models and for the most expensive of those 13 to also mount the camera Intel RealSense 3D, a practical and fast method to create 3D models to be processed then according to our imagination (or customer requests).