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Wacom’s Cheapest Tablet Now Supports Chromebooks For Aspiring Artists on a Budget – Gizmodo Australia

With millions of students now attending school from home, affordable laptop alternatives like the Chromebook are more popular than ever. The cheaper price point…

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With millions of students now attending school from home, affordable laptop alternatives like the Chromebook are more popular than ever. The cheaper price point does come with some trade-offs including limited support for some software and hardware, but artists on a budget can now use a Wacom tablet with their Chromebooks to nurture their burgeoning artistic skills.
As noted on Wacoms website, while the basic functionality of some of the companys older pen-driven drawing tablets might work on certain…

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