Wacom starts responding to Chromebooks from low-cost tablets

One by Wacom, a low-cost Wacom tablet, will officially respond to the Chromebook. According to the Wacom website, some of the older Wacom tablets will work with certain versions of ChromeOS, but advanced features such as pen pressure sensitivity and hotkeys may not work. However, this time, Oneby Wacom has been certified to work (Work With Chromebook).

One by Wacom is Wacom’s cheapest tablet, which is available for $60. It is natively compatible with the latest version of Chromebook, and can be used without installing drivers and Wacom software, and requires regular updates.

If you connect Oneby Wacom to the USB port, you can use the correct tool instead of the mouse to draw, but only basic stylus functions such as pressure sensitivity are supported by hardware. Tilt detection and programmable shortcut buttons are only available on more expensive models.

According to Wacom, all of its tablets and LCD tablets are aiming to obtain Chromebook certification. Related information can be found here .



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