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Wacom introduces the Cintiq Pro 24-inch pen display
Posted on 10-Sep-2018 17:25 | Filed under: News

Wacom introduces the Cintiq Pro 24-inch pen display

Wacom extends the Cintiq Pro line-up with a new high-performance mid-sized display, built for cutting-edge creative and design applications including augmented and virtual reality. The Cintiq Pro series now features a range of sizes to meet the unique workflow and configuration needs of creative professionals.

 

Wacom are proud to announce the Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 pen display, expanding the Cintiq Pro high-definition range, which is designed for creative professionals seeking a larger digital canvas and the power to tackle an increasing onslaught of creative applications and programs. The new 24-inch Cintiq Pro pen display joins the previously introduced 13 and 16-inch models to form a comprehensive range of sizes for every need and workspace.

 

The 4k display, 98 per cent Adobe RGB colour accuracy and a billion colours deliver a true-to-life visual experience. The pen-on-screen experience has also improved. The combination of the new Pro Pen 2 technology (improved pressure sensitivity featuring 8,192 levels), etched glass surface, reduction in parallax through optical bonding and close-to-zero latency, provides artists with precise control and a more natural feeling pen-on-screen experience.

 

Artist Hieu Nguyen also known as Kelogsloops, immediately noticed the screen display quality, explaining that “the colours are exceptionally vibrant and even at mid-range brightness settings, the screen is already perfectly lit.” What he loves most is the natural feel of the pen. “There’s an incredible range of pressure sensitivity, coupled with a silky surface of the tablet. So all of a sudden, it’s as if drawing from pen to paper, with a natural and intuitive feel.”

 

“The size of the tablet is also a huge bonus. It’s perfect when it comes to painting digitally as It gives an ample amount of physical space to work on.”

 

“We know that professional artists and designers are facing an increasingly vast array of computing and display demands as they embrace emerging technologies like augmented and virtual reality, and 3D, where one size doesn’t fit all,” says Faik Karaoglu, Executive Vice President for the Creative Business Unit at Wacom.

 

“Everyone has their own way of working and we are excited to offer larger sized digital canvases with flexibility that provides more pen space for those who need it to create.”

 

The new Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Pen and Touch will be available at a suggested price of NZ$3,999.

 



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