It’s time for growth: 24- and 32-inch Wacom Cintiq Pro Coming in 2018

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  1. Ed Hardy

    Ed Hardy Editor, TabletPCReview Staff Member

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    Answering the demand of professional artists, designers and illustrators, Wacom will expand the Cintiq family with two large creative pen displays – offering digital content creators a platform with enough room and the natural feel they need to produce unparalleled art and design. Wacom will roll out exclusive behind the scenes details during the lead-up to availability.

    Tokyo – 11 July 2017 – Beginning 2018, Wacom will expand the Cintiq Pro lineup. Designed for creative professionals seeking a larger digital canvas, the new 24- and 32-inch Cintiq Pros will join the previously introduced 13- and 16-inch models to form a comprehensive range of sizes for every need. In a first for the company, Wacom will unveil a series of behind the scenes details across the next six months to build awareness and excitement for the products.

    Bigger, bolder, better
    The new Cintiq Pro 24- and 32-inch models are based on brilliant 4k displays with a billion colors and maximum color accuracy. The edge-to-edge glass screens open up space for unlimited creativity and production. The new members of the creative pen display family will not only grow in size, but more importantly also bring the unrivaled Pro Pen 2 technology to the big screens. Prices will range from $1,999 to $3,299 USD.

    Sign up and be the first to know
    Jump to the front of the line and be the first to know what is coming. To share emerging product details between now and beginning 2018, Wacom has created a dedicated landing page that will be continuously updated. Users can sign up and register for more information on the following pages:

    USA (English) wacomcintiqpro.wacom.com/en-us
    Europe (English) wacomcintiqpro.wacom.com/en-eu
    Japan (Japanese) wacomcintiqpro.wacom.com/ja-jp

    Why wait, buy now
    For creative professionals, who want to add a bigger pen display to their existing set up but don’t want to wait until the beginning of 2018, Wacom still offers the Cintiq 27 QHD and Cintiq 22 pen displays. Combining the Wacom pen experience with a screen, these Cintiq models provide a perfect tool and fit into every professional environment, regardless of the operating system preferred.

    To make these displays even more attractive, Wacom offers a substantial price drop for the following Cintiq models:

    Cintiq 22HD Pen Display: $100 USD / € 100 EUR / £ 100 GBP off*
    Cintiq 27HD Pen Display: $400 USD / € 450 EUR / £ 350 GBP off*
    Cintiq 27HD Pen & Touch Display: $400 USD / € 450 EUR / £ 350 GBP off*

    *New Wacom Store prices as of July 11, 2017; offers might be different in retail; prices in GBP and EUR including VAT.

    About Wacom
    Founded in 1983, Wacom is a global company based in Japan (Tokyo Stock Exchange: 6727) with subsidiaries and affiliate offices around the world to support marketing and distribution in over 150 countries. Wacom’s vision to bring people and technology closer together through natural interface technologies has made it the world’s leading manufacturer of interactive pen tablets and displays as well as of digital styli and solutions for saving and processing digital signatures. The advanced technology of Wacom’s intuitive input devices has been used to create some of the most exciting digital art, films, special effects, fashion and designs around the world and provides business and home users with their leading interface technology to express their personality. Please visit www.wacom.com for further information.

     
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    Ed Hardy Editor, TabletPCReview Staff Member

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    Just so there's not any confusion, the Cintiq Pro series models are not stand-alone tablets like the Cintiq Companion. Instead, they are external pressure-sensitive displays that can be added to a computer.

    Still, we know that many of our readers became interested in tablets because they are artists. And the newly-announced Cintiq Pro models could help solve a dilemma some artists face: they want to biggest drawing surface they can get, but don't want to carry a huge tablet wherever they go. With Wacom's accessory, they can have a reasonably-sized tablet or 2-in-1 for ordinary use, then add this large external drawing surface when needed.

    For reference: a current Cintiq Pro:

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