Panasonic 20-inch Toughpad Tablet Sports 4K Display, Runs Windows 8.1

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  1. stoneseeker

    stoneseeker Animator and Art Director Senior Member

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    Does anyone know what applications the pen is compatible with? I cant find anything on it.
    Does it use the windows API?
     
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    ron2k_1 calibuchi Senior Member

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    I saw a 30 sec video yesterday of someone sketching in MS5/CSP. I'll see if I can find it again.

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  3. ron2k_1

    ron2k_1 calibuchi Senior Member

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    Is this Photoshop? Not familiar with the newer versions:




    I'm still looking for the sketching video I saw yesterday.

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  4. stoneseeker

    stoneseeker Animator and Art Director Senior Member

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    I think thats sketchbook pro. Not bad, though I wonder if the pen communication is what is causing the little lag there. Sketchbook is so lightweight it should not have any lag with those hardware specs, even on a screen that large.
    Decent looking pressure curve though.
     
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    For a minute I thought it was SBP but, SBP has floating bars. On this program, the tool bar on the left edge seems to be latched to the UI.

    I noticed the lag when he/she was testing pressure with the waves scribbles. I thought it was video lag. I'll watch it again....

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  6. kvad

    kvad Pen Pal - Newbie

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    It's Manga/Clip Studio, isn't it? Same icons at least on the customized touch-toolbar.
     
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    Yeah. That looks like Clip Studio Paint.

    And $3000 for one of those things..? That puts it right in line with Wacom's new 27" board. And damn, it's pretty!

    Though, I'd probably pick up a Wacom 27" if given the choice. The stylus design is better. Though, to be fair.., I'm sure I could become comfortable drawing with that godawful sausage if necessary.
     
  8. kvad

    kvad Pen Pal - Newbie

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    if the pen is not all-together awful (which it doesn't seem to be), drawing on a 20" 4k screen should be pretty sweet. Maybe they'll half the price again in 6 months? Can dream right? : )
     
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  9. ron2k_1

    ron2k_1 calibuchi Senior Member

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    I think from a business perspective the lowest Panasonic may go is $2000. going from $6K to $1500 is kinda extreme. But, thank God for eBay - one can always find refurb or used units there, if one is lucky and patient, for under $1K.

    But I'm with TCG on this one. I think I'd prefer buying a Yiynova 22" for $999 or the new 27" for hopefully $1500, and spend the rest on buying parts for a super souped up Desktop, desk and chair included. Nobody is going to carry this thing out with them anyways, so it seems like an office/home fixture to me.


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  10. YVerloc

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    Are you kidding? If this was a Wacom or Ntrig based digitizer, I would carry the hell out of this thing. I'd pay the original 6k price without batting an eye too. You have no idea how badly I need a luggable Cintiq I can take to clients.
     
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