Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

Wacom's new drawing tablet uses Samsung OLED display

Wacom and Samsung Display are coming up with an important collaboration in the field of drawing tablets. Samsung Display is the world leader in OLED displays and is preferred in devices of almost all brands. This partnership takes concrete form with Wacom launching its first drawing tablet with an OLED display. Samsung's expertise in this field provides unmatched image quality to Wacom's new tablet, Movink.

Movink is the first product developed by Wacom to feature OLED display technology. This OLED screen, supplied by Samsung Display, makes the tablet both lighter and thinner. This 13-inch panel offers Full HD resolution, 10-bit color depth and 100,000:1 contrast ratio.

Movink's color accuracy is also remarkable. Covering 100% of the DCI-P3 color space and 95% of the Adobe RGB color space, the tablet has a color accuracy of Delta E value below 2. Wacom calibrated the Movink screen at the factory and certified its color accuracy with Pantone and Pantone SkinTone certificates. Additionally, additional color calibration can be done with the Wacom Color Manager application.

The advantages of the OLED screen are not limited to image quality. Offering improved pen tracking accuracy and detection height, Movink also puts an end to light leakage and fluctuation problems. The tablet runs quieter and cooler while drawing and is equipped with two customizable buttons that provide quick access to frequently used tools.

The tablet offers durability with its screen protected by Gorilla Glass and its magnesium alloy body. The Pro Pen 3 pen that comes with Movink stands out with its sensitivity and tilt detection features. The pen tip is specially designed to increase visibility.

Movink is compatible with Samsung's S Pen stylus. Thanks to Dual Pen technology, including Samsung, Dr. Grip is also compatible with styluses of other brands such as Lamy and Staedtler. Wacom's drawing and writing technology is used on all Samsung phones and tablets that come with S Pen.

Movink is compatible with Android, ChromeOS, macOS, and Windows, making it suitable for use with Samsung's laptops, smartphones, and tablets. The device is connected to the main device via a USB Type-C cable that can receive 15W power.

If you don't have the budget for a $749 Wacom tablet, the Galaxy Tab S9 could also be an excellent alternative. For around 22 thousand TL, you can buy a full-fledged tablet with a 120Hz QHD+ display, an S Pen with pressure and tilt sensitivity, Android operating system, a powerful processor, four speakers, fingerprint reader, front and rear cameras.

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