Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16

The MSP has a UHD display and the same types of ExpressKey controls as the company's Intuos Pro tablets.

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Lap-friendly

The 16-inch model is big, but still fits comfortably on your lap -- or at least my big lap.

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Control accents

On the Intuos tablets, the buttons and radial control are black and don't stand out on the bezel. I really wish Wacom would provide some sort of context-sensitive LED text to tell you what the current mappings are because the memory-learning curve is really steep when you use a lot of applications.

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Radial controls

To use this control, you press one of the buttons and then slide your finger around.

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Pro Pen 2

In conjunction with the tablet, the stylus supports 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity.

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Cameras

The tablet has an 8-megapixel front camera/webcam on the right side (if you're a righty and the tablet's in landscape orientation).

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Three USB-C connectors

Only the center one works with the Wacom Link.

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Back

The RealSense camera is on the top of the back, along with the slots of the optional stand and rubber feet.

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Five pounds is my limit

The 16-inch model weighs about 5 pounds/2,200 g, which isn't light if you have to hold it for a long period of time.

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Gestures

It supports both standard Windows multitouch and Wacom-programmable gestures.

Don't look at my cuticles.

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Stylus switch

See the stylus switch? I find the pen always rotates in my hand until I'm pressing on it.

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Radial menu

This programmable onscreen menu isn't new, but on the MSP 16's 4K display, it's tiny.

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Left side

On the left are a volume rocker switch, orientation lock, power slider, headphone jack and SD card slot.

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Volume and orientation lock

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Headphone jack and SD card slot

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Right side

Three USB-C connectors and a Kensington lock slot are on the right.

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Wacom Link

This optional adapter lets you connect the MobileStudio Pro to a desktop system to use it as a touch display and pen tablet.

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Wacom Link

The Wacom Link connects to your system via both USB-A and DisplayPort cables.

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Wacom Link

The adapter combines the USB and DisplayPort signals into a single USB-C connection to the tablet.

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