Wacom One 12 Drawing Tablet with Screen (2023), Full-Laminated 11.6” HD Screen Graphics Monitor, Works with Mac, PC & Chromebook for Drawing, Photo/Video Editing, Design, & Education
Model Number: DTC121W0A
Wacom One 12 Drawing Tablet with Screen (2023), Full-Laminated 11.6” HD Screen Graphics Monitor, Works with Mac, PC & Chromebook for Drawing, Photo/Video Editing, Design, & Education is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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|Standing screen display size
|Wacom One 12 Display
|Item model number
|29.97 x 19.05 x 0.25 cm; 680.39 Grams
|Item dimensions L x W x H
|30 x 19.1 x 0.3 Centimetres
|3.6 3.6 out of 5 stars6 ratings3.6 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#659 in Computer Graphics Tablets
|Date First Available
|Aug. 10 2023
|Anti-Glare Glass, Security Slot, Electromagnetic Resonance, 60° Tilt Support, Full Lamination
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I don't know if this particular tablet's battery is bad or they all run out fast, but it doesn't have any battery life. It doesn't really charge unless completely shut down and is barely staying at the same percentage while plugged in and in use. My daughter, an art student, loves it overall, but can't use it, unless it's plugged in.
I'm just two weeks into using this tablet and pen and I'm so damn excited by it. For clarity, I am trash at drawing and can't attest to that. But I've been using it to edit photos in Affinity 2 and Lightroom and manipulate svg files in Illustrator and Inkscape, and it's been incredible. For the past couple of years, I've used the iPad and pencil and have always felt limited by the ios app, though great, I sort of always wanted more from the app. I really appreciate this tablet as a second display screen that I can interact with. Some of the pro's that I'm obsessed with right now are the feel of the pen when editing, the matte finish on the display, and the portability. My only comparison is to the iPad and this pen and display finish feel so much better. There is a more natural comfort in writing and drawing, whereas my experience with the iPad felt glassy and tractionless. It might be simple or unimportant, but I prefer this matte finish to a glossy glass finish. And lastly, this just fits in my bag and goes, I've started taking it everywhere. I love that there are no batteries or charging. The cable that came with is a little stiff, but super minor inconvenience. The cons are hard to parse right now because I'm still learning to navigate, but I've had a couple of issues with the pen losing connection. I think it was a driver issue and hasn't happened in the last few uses, so hopefully that was it. The screen brightness could be better, I'm hoping it's a setting I haven't found it and Google wasn't helpful. Lastly, and this could be a me and my computer thing, the resolution defaults to a super zoomed-in screen and it took me a while to get to the settings menu and fix it. I guess the con is that I can't figure out how to make it default. I'm always happy about more name-brand companies with a bigger following and the amount of customer support and YouTube resources. There are sooooo many, Wacom has a ton of videos to help with creative processes and troubleshooting problems, and for what they don't have, others have made a host of great videos that have helped me. Lastly, and maybe because of the newness of owning this, I've been going out more and taking more photos and designing more stencils and embroidery projects half because of the newness, but I believe the other half is the ease of use. 5 out of 5 stars to anything that gets me excited and active!
I was searching something to compliment my work setup, sometimes I want to actually write things down as opposed to typing. I had the first gen Ipad with the pencil and that worked naturally, just like using pen & paper. My issue with the Ipad was that there were circumstances I wanted to use the pen for something on my desktop and mirroring wasn't a thing when it first launched and software solutions were a little pricy to my taste. So I went on the search of a specific solution to that. I tried the One from Wacom because it was cheap but I could not get used to trying to write and make annotations while LOOKING at the screen and not where the pen was. So then I did some research and WacomOne seemed to be what I needed.... It kind of is.... but the execution was far from what I was expecting. It took me 10 minutes to immediately compare to my experience with my old Ipad (broken) to realize that this was NOT worth the investment. I would rather go and purchase an Ipad instead. The parallax is horrible and although it kind of "flows" when you start using it and your handwriting kinda works, but I could "see"/"feel" the software making corrections and ending compression letters in words together, all in all a bad experience. My gripe with this product is the price. If it was a $100-150 product I could potentially consider using this and try to get used to the parallax, software processing and attempt to adjust the parallax etc... But at $400 (and NO touch, which I bought by mistake because I wanted the touch - but Wacom naming and product selection is very confusing), I would rather just spend a little more and get an Ipad or just get an old version of the Ipad for a better experience. I really wanted this product to be what I expected but the whole experience and my use case just simply does not justify the investment, ergo I'm about to leave to return this after 10 min of testing. I honestly can't see how you can justify the investment in one of these and Ipad 1nd gen (that has pen) gave me a much better experience than this could. I'm not an artist, my use case is for taking notes, making diagrams, maybe sketch a technical diagram... so I have zero artistic use for this. I'm saying this because I know most Wacom products are for ppl that draw on tables etc.
I have been using this new Wacom One 12 for a few days now. I am no stranger to Wacom. I have a Cintiq which is permanent on my desktop and wanted a small one to be able to move to other locations without using a power cable. This fit the bill. It is very small. There are no pull out legs on the back. I use Art Pucks to angle the tablet and that seems to work fine. The pen does work well and having two buttons on it is a big deal for me. Tilt is ok and drawing is smooth. Laminated display with -0- parallax. The build quality is good. I found no issues with the screen or the pen. Keep in mind this is not the same experience as drawing on my 4K Cintiq but it sure fits the bill for sketching on the go. I chose not to go with the Wacom One 13 touch because I never use the touch function on the Cintiq I already own. I also, did not want to go with another brand as both my Mac mini M1 and Macbook Pro already have the Wacom drivers installed and having to remove them each time I want to use another brand device is just too much bother. The package comes with everything you will need to get setup except a stand. This is more than double the price of other brands but as always it is a Wacom and I am hoping to get years of use out of this. Did I mention it is small? You adjust to it quickly. I do recommend if you have the extra money to spend.