Sketch and paint with more precision. Wacom’s advanced pressure-sensitive, electro-magnetic (EMR) pen technology gives you excellent control and accuracy. One by Wacom helps your art project come out the way you’ve always wanted, by perfectly matching the movement of your pen. Try out digital art on your Chromebook with a free 3-month trial of Clip Studio Paint Pro, when you register your tablet.
As learning shifts to computers, a digital pen allows you to seamlessly collaborate, share work, and interact with other students and teachers more effectively. The One by Wacom pen and tablet is comfortable, sturdy, accurate, and it feels just like pen on paper. It’s ideal for technical subjects like math and more visual scientific subjects like biology or physiology. Easily draw shapes, annotate assignments, write formulas and equations, and express ideas in ways you can’t with a keyboard and trackpad.
Works with Mac/PC
Connect to your computer via USB, install the driver, register & start creating in no time. The EMR pen sends a signal to the tablet with every movement you make. Use your One by Wacom in any software loaded on your Mac or PC.
Works with Chromebook
It couldn’t be simpler to use One by Wacom with Chromebook. Simply plug in the tablet via USB and pick up the pen. With no drivers required, you can start writing or drawing immediately. One by Wacom is certified Works With Chromebook. (This product works with devices capable of running the latest version of Chrome OS and has been certified to meet Google's compatibility standards. Google is not responsible for the operation of this product or its compliance with safety requirements. Chromebook and the Works With Chromebook badge are trademarks of Google LLC. Pen must be used with the tablet to function with Chrome OS.)
Simple to set up
One by Wacom has everything you need, and nothing that you don’t, so it’s easy to get started on your next assignment. Just connect the USB cable to your Mac or PC, download and install the driver and you’re ready to go. If you’re on a Chromebook, no driver required – just plug and go (some Chromebook devices require a USB-C adapter). Starting on that homework really is that simple.