Lisa Gade reviews the 2nd gen Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16, available in fall 2019. Wacom stays with the same overall design and lovely wide gamut 4K IPS matte etched display with touch and Wacom EMR Pro Pen 2, but they did make some significant changes to performance and upgradability. The 15.6” drawing tablet with a computer built in runs Windows 10 Pro on the Intel 8th gen quad core 28 watt Core i7-8559U processor with NVIDIA Quadro P1000 graphics. It ships with 16GB DDR4 RAM and a 512GB M.2 NVMe SSD. It’s now possible to upgrade RAM and SSD yourself! The tablet supports 8,192 pressure levels and 60 degrees of tilt.

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33 thoughts on “Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 (2019, 2nd Gen) Review

  1. Try an old but good lenovo x230T and you can get good results at a much cheaper price and it comes with a stylus. Just upgrade the ram and hdd to an ssd , if youre just doing digital art

  2. I'm still waiting for Wacom to ditch the 16:9 aspect ratio. It sucks! Particularly when drawing people on a 15.6" screen. For art applications, especially drawing, and especially on a 'mobile' device, 3:2 is the way to go.

  3. This is so disappointing, they had 3 years to develop and upgrade the mobilestudio, and they didn't improve the design. It just feels lazy. Specs wise, it's a decent update, but feels like a stop gap really, so maybe will wait for the next one? The should have removed all the cameras and improved the specs, no one wants to use a rubbish 5mp camera or wave around a massive tablet to take photos. Let's just hope it won't be another 3 years for the next one.

    Are you sure that the Adobe RGB is only 84%? Because the last model had 94% Adobe RGB colour gamut.

  4. On paper, the response time of the Wacom Cintiq Pro 16 and Mobile Studio Pro 16 (25ms) is almost twice as high compared to the Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 (14ms). But how is it when being used? Is cursor lag noticeable when doing long, fast strokes?

  5. I'm very disappointed with Wacoms decision to keep this dated design. At least use carbon fibre or aluminium. Not even a builtin stand. The iPad Pro is going to crush them in the coming future. Highly disappointed

  6. Poor Wacom ,
    Poor Poor its a heavy brick ….
    they could produce a lighter version like i pad pro ect ….
    thats the future
    thumbs down 🙁

  7. 4 hours? Damnit. I guess we're not there yet. I think It needs to be at least a 8-10 hours (a workday) to be a real "mobile unit".

  8. For that kind of money I expect more when it comes to battery life, cpu and ram. Definitely cool, but 4 hours only does make it a whole less mobile. Great review.

  9. Hello! Could you please be so kind to test if there are rainbow-effects around the strokes (most visible on white backgrounds) on the low-half of the screen like on the Cintiq Pro 16"? Thx 🙂

  10. Me seeing the stand: How tf do I put that on?
    Lisa : It's a little bit of an IQ Test when you look at it
    Nice to see Lisa understanding our plight

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