SEOUL, Korea (AVING Special Report on 'PHOTO&IMAGING 2011') -- <Visual News> Next System presented 'Wacom DTU-1631', a pen-usable tablet, at the 'PHOTO&IMAGING 2011(P&I 2011)' held at COEX, Seoul, on April 21~24.
DTU-1631, displayed by Next System, is a 15.6 inched wide tablet supporting WXGA (1366*768). With a battery-less pen, one can draw a picture or write a letter in detail.
Besides slim design, it can be practically used in any working conditions because it's adjustable in 19 levels (19 degrees to 72 degrees vertically) with using a stand. When removing a stand it's also usable as a tapestry or used with 'Arm' attached.
Particularly, a battery-less pen, no need for wire or battery, is designed to use point, click, double click, drag, and the like, freely thanks to its' light weight and side switch installed.
Also, with 512-leveled writing pressure function, it can express thickness, light and shade, and tone freely, just like drawing with a brush, and it can be used as an eraser when reversed.