Share Tweet Pin Share This Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13 review is a work in progress. Wacom has yet to send us a copy to inspect but until that happens I'll write about everything we know so far from press releases and rumours from industry leaders.It's expected to be released mid November. Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13 Details i5 64 i5 128 i5 256i5 512 CPU Intel® CoreTM i5 Intel® CoreTM i5 Intel® CoreTM i7 Intel® CoreTM i7 Storage 64GB 128GB 256GB 512GB RAM 4GB 8GB 8GB 16GBPressure 8192 8192 8192 8192Resolution2560x14402560x14402560x14402560x1440Color Accuracy96% of Adobe® RGB96% of Adobe® RGB96% of Adobe® RGB96% of Adobe® RGBSize13"13"13"13"CameraYesYesYesYesThe new Wacom Pro Pen 2 - What is it like? Details Wacom Pro Pen 2 Wacom Pro Pen Pressure Sensitivity 8,192 2,048 Tilt recognition Yes Yes Latency 0~?Battery/Recharging No NoParallax?No NoWhat does it mean really?Levels of Pressure Sensitivity" This is an important concept for people to grasp, because most artists do not work with brush sizes above 256. Furthermore, the difference does not become easily perceptible for a little while after that.Some professions will require large brushes. For example: someone who is working on a poster that is going to be blown up to billboard sizes (and aren't using vectors) will definitely need a tool with higher than 256 Levels of pressure." - ticktakashi. This is what you should be thinking about when choosing this model based on pressure sensitivity.Tilt RecognitionNatural tilt support is basically the head of the pen having a wide neck which was already present in the previous Pro Pen. Tilt recognition itself is obviously important.LatencyThe Pro Pen 2 promises virtually no latency which I suspect will be true with latest innovations in CPU technology. But this will probably turn to be untrue as the hardware ages and you pile on more challenging tasks for it. Keep your tablet uncluttered with programs and you'll be fine.Battery/RechargingLike every Wacom Pen this model too has no battery nor recharging.The Lack of ParallaxEMR technology used to have problems with parallax they addressed this in future models and as far as I know a lot of competing models still have this issue. Definitely a win for Wacom.Customization Options: Wacom Wireless Keyboard Wacom Link -For connecting your PC or Mac Mobile Stand Alternatively you may check out other drawing tablets here.SummaryI have to admit I have yet to try 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity but I suspect that it's more like a marketing ploy than actual added practical function. One of these days I want to try comparing pressure sensitivity with a surgical robot arm. Another worry I have is the crazy price we can expect. The 13 inch Cintiq is roughly around 700 dollars but what can we expect with this new model? The claim that there will be no parallax is something that I'm excited for. Combined with that crazy high resolution and supposed accuracy we might expect a new flagship product.