Sort most RelevantMost Helpfulness RecentOldestHighest RatingLowest Rating Especially if you're looking to have a larger workspace then an iPad or Galaxy Tab.
This Into has made work easier to accomplish on Photoshop. It was very easy to set up, all you have to do aside from the automatic setup process is download the required driver in order for this tablet to run correctly and be recognized by your computer.
I have always stuck with Waco, and they’ve always exceeded my expectations. Christmas purchase for my wife who has been drawing and painting all her life and wanted to make the jump to digital.
Hours of research led me to this tablet as a solid start while also being professional quality, and she seems to love it so far. The pen looked big in all the pictures that I saw, but it's not at all and holding it feels very natural.
We have used the WACO pen tablet for years for art in Photoshop. My Into 16 displays colors, contrast and brightness the same as my iMac and Windows Laptop.
Wacom’s customer service was helpful, but it took a day or so to get a response. It’s an easy fix of unplugging and plugging back in again, by can get annoying if it starts happening repeatedly and more frequently, which happens at times.
There may, however, be better, cheaper alternatives from Wac oms competitors such as Huron that may offer cheaper tablets of *similar* quality (it's pretty hard to beat Waco at their own game), so maybe shop around before you pick it up. My husband bought this for me as a gift and I really like it, but it isn't a portable tablet, it has to be hooked up to the computer, so I can 't just take it with me to the backyard if I want a change of scenery.
I also think the little prongs in the back are small and don't stand very well, I'm constantly knocking it over while using it. Also, not a fan of the way they decided to go with the USB, HDMI + Power connection.
It is not a big deal on my PC where all the connections are on the back, on my laptop that is a different story. If you own a Waco product or not, it will pop up with information of the tablet when you plug it is and guide you to download the drivers.
A: Answer Yes, a computer is required to operate this product with HDMI and USB connections. Only the mobile, companion or pro series do not require a computer as they have their own operating systems.
Read more Answered 1 year ago by Robin Verified Purchase A: Answer This product requires a computer with HDMI and USB connections along with a power source.
Read more Answered 1 year ago by Robin Verified Purchase You need to find out your sales tax percentage and multiply it by the total price of the item.
To find out how much it would cost total, multiply the price of the item by .0725. You would end up having roughly $48 worth of sales tax, so you'd be paying around $700 total.
I've heard things about how it won't work with a Chromebook or other laptops similar to that. I'd suggest reaching out to Waco through their website directly to make sure your computer/laptop is compatible.
It's highly pressure-sensitive for accurate drawing on a compatible Intros pen tablet, and it has a programmable side switch for quick access to your favorite functions. The edtech solutions from Coll aboard, Explain Everything, Damian, Limns and Pear Deck help teachers to better navigate remote teaching.
The following five software applications combined with a Waco One or Intros bring the advantages of traditional pen and paper or marker and whiteboard to the digital classroom. These edtech solutions allow teachers and students to continue the methods they know form a traditional classroom setting and use it to connect with each other online.
The precision and convenience of use of Waco devices unlocks the full potential of working with the whiteboard and help users better present their creative ideas, both through recordings and real-time collaboration.” “Kali and Waco share a vision of empowering students and teachers with innovative tools that foster collaboration, creativity, and flexibility in the digital learning environment.
It was this shared vision and our complementary product offerings that improve the digital learning outcomes of millions around the world that lead to our exciting partnership together.” Waco tablets and pens enhance the online learning experience on our whiteboards because teachers and students can write and draw more legibly than using a finger or a mouse.
With award-winning instructional tools that integrate seamlessly with Google and Microsoft classroom technology, Pear Deck's student engagement platform is used by schools across the globe to foster connections with learners of every age and ability. To redeem their 3-months free premium access, customers simply register their product through the Waco Desktop Center.
The Waco Intros pen tablet is available in different sizes and versions with recommended retail prizes starting from $79.95 USD. Founded in 1983, Waco is a global company based in Japan (Tokyo Stock Exchange 6727) with subsidiaries and affiliate offices around the world to support marketing and distribution in over 150 countries.
The advanced technology of Wacom's intuitive input devices has been used to create some of the most exciting digital art, films, special effects, fashion and designs around the world and provides business and home users with their leading interface technology to express their personality. Thanks to the cloud, most of the apps we use for work, school and fun are actually running in tabs in our web browsers.
Designed by Google and manufactured by premium brands like Samsung, Chromebooks offer a simpler take on portable computing. Booting in seconds, the Chrome operating system lets you access hundreds of apps like Gmail or Netflix in Google’s Play Store.
With high-definition displays, built-in physical keyboards, and ports for connecting external devices, entry-level Chromebooks are great for everyday productivity, schoolwork or just watching YouTube. Since Google could take a fresh start on mobile computing, Chromebooks do many things better than the notebook PCs you’re used to.
Battery life : Whether you work from home or travel, you won’t be scrambling to find somewhere to plug in. Speed : Full-sized operating systems like Windows 10 usually struggle on cheap laptops.
Google optimized Chrome OS to run well on just this kind of device. But it means you don’t have a lot of room to keep photos, music, or other files.
But Google designed Chromebooks to “live in the cloud” which means many apps won’t work well without an internet connection. Likewise, you’ll need an online connection to download music or movies.
Doesn’t work with Microsoft Office or Adobe : The versions of Microsoft Office or Adobe Photoshop that run on Chromebooks don’t include all the features you’re used to on a Windows PC. If you want to play premium games or need a portable content-creation device, then you’ll be better off with a traditional laptop.
Affordable, durable, and secure, Samsung’s Chromebook 4 can survive the toughest challenge of them all: your kids. You can use Chrome OS’s parental control features to manage your kids’ online time.
The powerful Intel Core i3 processor will run your Chrome apps for up to 10 hours on a single charge. With stereo speakers built into the Full HD display, the Flex 5 is great for streaming movies.
With lots of memory, a 128 GB solid-state drive, and an Intel Core i5 processor, this Chromebook delivers as much performance as a traditional laptop. Whether you’re marking up a PDF or unleashing your inner artist, Acer’s Chromebook Spin 13 is a true digital notebook.