One by Wacom pen tablet is now Works with Chromebooks certified, which means it is fully compatible with Chrome OS devices. Select Chromebooks such as the and new have displays that work with pens. Support for Wacom’s entry-level pen tablet gives students, teachers and budding digital artists access to pen input regardless of their Chromebook’s display.users have another option for getting their drawings or writing on their screens. The
The, not to be confused with the , is a that connects to your Chromebook via a USB-A port. The pen has 2,048 pressure levels and is battery-free so you don’t have to worry about keeping it charged up. should it go missing.
The past year saw tremendous growth in the Chromebook market, especially for education and business use. aimed at those users as well. Google regularly adds new capabilities to its Chrome OS, the operating system that runs Chromebook and the pen tablet support will likely bring new users to the category. Plus, Wacom is working with Google to offer support for additional Wacom pen tablets and displays.