Drawing tablets such as the Wacom One cater toward seasoned artists, and their price points reflect that. The Wacom One breaks this cycle, offering artists a display tablet at a lower price, but with the reliability expected of a Wacom product. Plus, with the inclusion of Android support, it’s now easier to get into digital art for people who can’t afford a laptop to run painting software.
I remember how, years ago, the only option available for a display tablet was the Wacom Cintiq, which ran anywhere from $1,200 to $2,500. Competitors like Huion and XP-Pen have recently released much more affordable versions of these tablets, and as such, Wacom is taking strides to stay the “it” drawing tablet company. The Wacom One is the first budget-friendly display tablet Wacom has released, although at $399.95, some people would still consider that pricey.