Lilbits: Intel’s discrete graphics card, AMD’s Lucienne chips, and new Chrome OS features (and hardware)

Intel’s Iris Xe integrated graphics have brought big performance gains to thin and light laptops in the past year or two, even making handheld gaming machines like the GPD Win 3 possible. But Intel isn’t stopping at integrated graphics. The company released an Intel Iris Xe MAX discrete GPU for laptops last year, delivering a […]

Wacom One is a $400 drawing tablet that works with Windows, Mac, and Android

The Wacom One is a 13 inch graphics tablet that lets digital artists work with a pressure-sensitive pen. It’s not a standalone tablet, but rather an input device designed to work with Windows or Mac computers… and it’s also the first Wacom tablet that’s also compatible with Android phones, tablets, and other devices. With a […]

Onyx is launching two new E Ink devices with Wacom pen support, adjustable color temperature

Onyx plans to begin shipping two new E Ink devices in March. The new 10.3 inch Onyx Boox Note Pro and 7.8 inch Onyx Boox Nova Pro both have 1872 x 1440 pixel E Ink displays and support for finger or pen input — you fan flip pages or navigate menus with your fingers, or […]

CTL launches a Chromebook with Wacom pen support (and two other models)

Educational computer company CTL is adding three new Chromebooks to its lineup. The CTL-NL7 is a ruggedized Chrome OS laptop with a spill-resistant keyboard, a drop-resistant chassis, and an Intel Apollo Lake processor. The CTL NL7T-360 has similar specs, but it sports a 360-degree hinge and a touchscreen display, allowing you to use the computer […]

Wacom MobileStudio pen computers coming in Nov for $1499 and up

Wacom is probably best known for making graphics pads that artists can use to create digital sketches, or maybe for the pressure-sensitive digital pen technology incorporated in some Windows and Android tablets. But for the past few years, Wacom has been offering its own standalone computers which are basically tablets and graphics pads built into […]

Lenovo Yoga Book up for pre-order for $500 and up

Lenovo’s Yoga Book convertible laptops are some of the strangest personal computers unveiled this year. First introduced at IFA in Berlin a few weeks ago, this laptop with a Wacom digitizer where you’d normally find a keyboard is now available for pre-order in the United States. A Lenovo Yoga Book with Android is priced at $500, […]

Hands-on with the Lenovo Yoga Book

When details about Lenovo’s Yoga Book started to leak earlier this year it was clear that the laptop would feature a convertible tablet-style design. What wasn’t at all clear until Lenovo officially unveiled the Yoga Book in August was that the Yoga Book was unlike any convertible notebook you’ve ever seen before. That’s because it doesn’t […]

Microsoft Pen Program could standardize pen design for Windows 10 devices

There are a growing number of Windows tablets with support for digital pens that let you write or draw on the screen or hover the pen over the display to move an on-screen cursor or perform other actions. And Microsoft is building a whole new “Ink Workspace” experience which will roll out to users with […]

Hands-on with Toshiba’s dynaPad tablet with a Wacom pen

The Toshiba dynaPad is a Windows tablet with a 12 inch screen and a digital pen that lets you write or draw on the screen with 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity. Toshiba began taking pre-orders for the tablet this week. There’s also an optional keyboard dock which sells for another $100. The company is showing […]

Lenovo ThinkPad P40 Yoga is a portable graphics worktation

Lenovo’s Yoga line of notebooks have touchscreen displays and 360 degree hinges that allow you to fold the screen back and hold the computer like a tablet. It’s been nearly 4 years since Lenovo introduced the first Yoga convertible, and since then we’ve seen models with big screens, small screens, powerful processors, and energy-sipping Core M chips. Now Lenovo […]