Skip to main content

The 13-inch OLED Movink is feather light and connects with just one USB-C cable.

Gaming monitors and laptops are all about that OLED panel upgrade at the moment, but what if your interests are a little less pew pew and a little more scribble scribble? Then you’re probably already familiar with Wacom’s Cintiq line of pen-operated monitors. The company’s newest screen-slash tablet has an OLED panel, which makes it surprisingly ideal for drawing on the go.

The Movink is the first in a new line of monitor-tablet hybrids designed to be thin and light. And it scores on both counts, weighing in at just 420 grams (.92 pounds) and 4mm thin. Compared to Wacom’s One 13 monitor-tablet with the same sized screen, it’s less than half the weight. And, perhaps best of all, you can connect it to a PC or mobile device with just a USB-C cable for both data and power.

The anti-glare screen is obviously important to artists. While the resolution isn’t amazing at just 1920×1080, the color accuracy is through the roof, boasting 100 percent DCI-P3 color accuracy, 95 percent on Adobe RGB, and Pantone Validation to make sure what you’re seeing is what you get on the final work. Naturally, it gets the benefit of OLED’s amazing color vibrancy and perfect black contrast.


Some Wacom purists might need to make adjustments to their workflow since the screen only has two ExpressKeys for tool control, but the included Pro Pen 3 with integrated nib holder will feel very familiar. The Movink is compatible with all other Wacom pens and third-party stylus. And the tablet itself is compatible with any device that supports DisplayPort over USB-C, including ChromeOS and some Android phones.

Now if you’re a fan of Wacom hardware, you’ve been waiting for the other shoe to drop. Here it is: the Movink costs $750. More, if you want the carrying case and the fold-up stand. While that’s far from Wacom’s most expensive device (that would be the $3,500 Cintiq Pro 27 monitor), it’s also nearly double the price of the Wacom One 12. But something tells me a lot of digital artists will be lining up to buy one, especially if they like to combine work with travel.