There’s a new “Works with Chromebooks” device that might interest digital artists, inkers, and students. It’s the One by Wacom, a USB drawing pad and digital pen that costs $59.99 and works natively with a Chromebook.
Got a pen-enabled Chromebook? If so, chances are good that Chrome OS 85 added AI-based handwriting recognition to your device, turning that chicken scratch into readable text. Here’s what it looks like and how it works.