To get everything working, all you need to do is connect the pen tablet to your Chromebook via a USB-A port. There is no need to install separate drivers or software. Plus, you don’t even need to charge the stylus as it works without a battery, and if you have a Chromebook that already came with a USI-compatible stylus, Wacom’s Stylus One won’t interfere with it. With the tablet and stylus together weighing in at 259g, the entire device is also light and small enough that it can easily fit in a backpack, making it easy to see why Wacom thinks it’s a great fit for students. .
As is the case with most accessories, the usefulness of the One by Wacom tablet will depend on the assistance of a third party. Out of the door, the tablet is fully supported by Clip Studio Painting (as long as Chrome OS 8.7 or later is installed on your device), as well as educational apps such as Kami, Pear Deck, Limnu, and Explain Everything. It’s also worth noting that you can use the device with Mac and Windows computers, so it’s more than just an accessory for Chromebooks.
The tablet is available in two sizes: small and medium. In the US, it’s only available in the smaller 8.3-by-5.7-inch size, which you can already purchase for $ 59.95.