The Sharp WG-PN1 features a 6 inch, 800 x 600 pixel electronic paper display, a detachable folio cover, a digital pen, and a lithium ion battery that Sharp says provides about 10 days of battery life. This can also take notes and comes with a stylus, however it does not have a WACOM screen, instead it is restive. However, it does come with a stylus and case.
The Sharp e-note can store up to 7,000 pages of handwritten data, allowing you to jot down notes, drawings, or anything else on the go and then output those pages as images that can be printed or saved on a computer. Users can create Schedules and To Do tabs, which is useful for people who want an affordable device from a major player, such as Sharp. You can power it or transfer data via USB-C.
There are many different templates for creating notes, which is useful for freehand drawing.