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Which Wacom tablet is right for your business?

Which Wacom tablet is right for your business?

No design kit is complete without Wacom

This year Wacom has launched a new or updated range of products. The new Intuos Pro Paper and an updated Intuos Pro are already available and the Cintiq Pro is expected to arrive later this year! Leasing your Wacom makes sense because it makes access to the latest products much easier, without impacting on your cash flow. Here we take a look at the Wacom range and help you find the right one to lease.

Lease a Wacom from HardSoftWacom Intuos Pro

This is a great option if you work in creative applications. Perfect for precision work and offering improved resolution and sensitivity than the original Intuos, as well as tilt recognition and ExpressKeys. The new Intuos Pro comes with the new Pro Pen 2, is x4 more accurate than the previous generation of Pro Pen and with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity it offers a more natural and responsive drawing experience. Just 8mm thick, it is thinner and more compact than its predecessors while keeping the same size active area. Both models come with a Touch Ring, 8 customisable ExpressKeys and on-pen slider switches so that you can have your favourite shortcuts right at your fingertips. read more

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Want a free trial of the Surface Book 2?

Want a free trial of the Surface Book 2?

You can have a new Surface Book 2 on trial FREE for 48 hours!

A brand new Microsoft Surface Book 2 15-inch will be couriered to your office for 48 hours. Use it as you please, in the comfort of your own office, and download whatever software you like to see exactly how good it could be for you – don’t worry, when we collect it after 48 hours we’ll make sure it’s wiped securely so none of your data will be left behind.

Have a free trial of the Surface Book 2

Trial the Surface Book 2 for FREE

This is a great opportunity for any business to trial the Surface Book 2 in your own daily working conditions. With HardSoft taking care of all the delivery and collection logistics – free of charge, at a date to suit you. This offer is subject to limited availability and is only available for office(s) in London or the home counties, subject to the completion and approval of our application form please e-mail: Andrew@hardsoft.co.uk to take part, or for more information. NB: A credit card pre-authorisation will be required. read more

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The Surface Book 2 is exceeding expectations, but no one cares about tablet mode

The Surface Book 2 is exceeding expectations, but no one cares about tablet mode

The first reviews are in on the new 15″ Surface Book 2 delivered last month. Always meeting and often exceeding expectations; the SurfaceBook 2 was always going to be a breathtaking laptop. With phenomenal; Design, Internal architecture, hardware specification and Display. But apparently, no one cares about its other modes?

In our survey, we asked our clients what they thought of their new 15″ Surface Book 2:

surface book 2 customer review graph

Initial thoughts are very positive on the Surface Book 2

The Surface Book 2 was marketed as Microsoft’s answer to the MacBook Pro as an attempt to encroach on Apple’s tightly held professional consumer market. The problem always was, in my eyes, that Microsoft never really offered a compelling enough alternative to the MacBook & MacBook Pro or to build back trust in the brand after the recent failed releases of operating systems like Windows 8. read more

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MacBook Pro 15″ or Surface Book 2 15″ – Which one should you choose?

MacBook Pro 15″ or Surface Book 2 15″ – Which one should you choose?

The Microsoft Surface Book 2 is now available in 15” and costs the same to lease as the MacBook Pro 15” – but which one is best?

Microsoft Surface Book 2

Surface Book 2 15″

With the Surface Book 2, Microsoft is clearly setting their sights on creative professionals who would usually go for the MacBook Pro. The Surface Book has the high-res display, long battery life, and high-end graphics performance that designers, animators, and video editors long for. You can detach the touchscreen and draw on it using the Surface Pen and Dial, and Microsoft has also packed in some higher-end components, including 8th Gen Core processors and Nvidia GTX 1050 or 1060 graphics. read more

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