Wacom has added one of its Intuos tabets to its lineup of graphics
tablets that are certified compatible with Chrome OS devices.
Wacom Intuos Graphics Drawing Tablet (wired model) connects to
any Chromebook with a USB-A port (and current version of Chrome OS)
and does not need a driver to function. The tablet supports 4,096
levels of pressure and operates separately from any other pens
connected to the Chrome OS device. It also works with Windows, macOS
and some Android devices.
Wacom had previously announced compatibility with Chrome OS for its
by Wacom tablet.
details can be found on Wacom’s site.
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