Wacom has been making pen tablets and pen enabled displays for specialty industries for a long time. The company makes displays aimed at the professional designer and medical industries. The screens let artists draw directly on the screen and doctors can do things like make notations directly on digital x-rays.
Wacom has unveiled a pair of new pen-enabled displays called the DTU-2231 and the DTU-1631. Both are interactive pen displays and are aimed at presenters and other uses. The 2231 is a 21.5-inch screen with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and the 1631 is a 15.6-inch screen with a 1366 x 768 resolution.
Both of them share many of the same features including 512 levels of pressure sensitivity with two side switches on the pen that are customizable. The screen supports video pass-through with DVI and have a built-in USB hub. The 2231 will sell for $1899, the 1631 will sell for $1249, and both are available now.