Yes, you see what I had previously described in a podcast as my dream setup for home – an OQO Model 02 paired with a Wacom Cintiq 12WX digitizer monitor. I’ve only had the two together for a couple of days, but already I can tell that these two make a marvelous pairing – the ultimate portability of the OQO combined with the usability of the 12.1" widescreen format 12WX running in 1280×800 mode. After installing the software drivers for the 12WX, the OQO automatically configured the 12WX to the correct native resolution when I plugged it in the first time. After a quick calibration, I was off and writing. Simple and beautiful.
I plan on doing an InkShow on the Wacom Cintiq 12WX in the next week or so where you’ll get to see exactly how well it performs. But so far, I’ve been very impressed with this combination of mobility and desktop functionality with a responsive pen. Let me know what questions you have on this setup!
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