Wacom Cintiq 16

Discussion in 'Artists' started by doobiedoobiedum, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. Cuberdon75

    Cuberdon75 Scribbler - Standard Member

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  2. doobiedoobiedum

    doobiedoobiedum Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Now that Wacom has entered the 1080p budget market with the 16" - the alternatives have to really up their game. All good for the customer so I'll be interested to see how this tablet's performance stands up against the cheaper Cintiq.
     
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    darkmagistric Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    And Wacom makes another supprising move. They now have a 22-inch Cintiq (Non Pro)

    Compared to the old pricing back when the $2k 21ux and the 1K 12wx were a thing.....$1200 for a 22-inch isn't that bad I guess....but it has the same specs as the 16-incher...same screen res too....and still no express keys or Multi-touch This also doesn't have built in legs like the 16....but presumably the stand comes with it I guess?

    Cintiq pro 22.JPG
     
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    And here's Lisa's look:


    I am a little disappointed at no laminated screen and somewhat bulky backside:
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    If Dell can make a 27" drawing monitor like this while hitting 280 nits, why does Wacom need something that thick with fan grills to only hit 210 nits? :confused:

    Still, I'm glad Wacom is reacting...hopefully Wacom will be the one to introduce touch models (prompting Chinese makers to follow suit) and then we can all enjoy the full, low-cost drawing experience. :D
     
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