Wacom has beaten Apple to the release of its inaugural OLED tablet, showcasing advanced technology before its competitor.

Notable features

Wacom has made a significant stride in the tech arena by unveiling its first OLED tablet, the Movink, before Apple could roll out its speculated OLED iPad. The Movink houses a 13.3-inch OLED display provided by Samsung, boasting Full HD resolution and an impressive contrast ratio of 100,000:1. This advanced display technology supports the DCI-P3 color gamut fully, with validation for both Pantone and Pantone SkinTone standards for accurate color reproduction, including a wide range of hues and skin tones.

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The Movink impresses with its slim and lightweight design, measuring just 4mm at its thickest and weighing only 420g. This makes it 66% thinner and 55% lighter than the Wacom One 13 Touch, thanks to the absence of a backlight. The OLED technology’s brightness eliminates the need for extra layers, averting issues like heat build-up and light leakage, common in LCD displays. The display features anti-glare coating for clear visibility in bright settings, safeguarding against color distortion and ensuring a seamless creative experience.

Wacom Movink with laptop

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The Movink setup is user-friendly, featuring a USB-C port for connectivity on the left side, supporting various operating systems such as Windows, macOS, Android, and ChromeOS. Additional power can be drawn from another USB-C port on the right. The tablet integrates customizable buttons on each side for quick access to specific functions, enhancing the overall user experience.

With the inclusion of a free Wacom Pro Pen 3 and compatibility with various styluses and third-party devices, the Movink offers versatility and convenience for creative professionals. Available for purchase on Wacom’s official website as of May 27, the Movink is priced at $750/£730/$1,300 AUS, positioning itself as a compelling option in the OLED tablet market.

While Wacom’s Movink may have stolen the spotlight temporarily, Apple’s rumored OLED iPad is anticipated to offer a broader range of features beyond drawing and design capabilities. However, concerns have been raised about potential production delays for Apple’s device, potentially giving Wacom a competitive edge in the market.

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