I had the opportunity to test the Wacom MobileStudio Pro. I always wondered if it would be a revelation for me. I work with the complete Adobe suite every day, so maybe it could be a life changer.
The product is elegant matte black. The navigation on the right is minimalistic and doesn’t seek attention. It is quite heavy, but when you think about the capacity, then it is not so bad.
The tablet comes with a pen with a pen holder and multiple tips. The design of the pen and holder are really with-it. The rubber used on the pen is a real bummer. It attracts dust like crazy. The feel of the pen on the tablet is really nice. It feels good to write, draw and navigate.
It’s a computer, don’t forget. It has to charge, get windows updates and you have to install your heavy duty programs on it.
- It can process a lot
- The pen is great to use
- It is a great companion when you’re using Photoshop daily
- It has a 3D camera
- Doesn’t come with a stand
- Doesn’t come with a bag or sleeve
- You need a paid account to use the 3D camera
My favorite activity on the device was photoshopping my photos and drawing directly on the screen. It’s is really made for that. Other activities can be done on the device, but I would recommend some accessories like a keyboard and a mouse.