Wacom Link Plus resported by Engadget (JP)

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  1. AvalonX

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  2. kurt corbin

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    1. 1440p = HDMI 1.3. So is that an HDMI 1.3 port? Why? Why not 2.0?

    2. What if your computer has USB-C instead of DisplayPort? You have to buy an adapter. Should't they have included another USB-C port on the Link?

    3. As for the micro USB to USB-A cable (which I assume is just for powering the Link), what if your computer has no USB-A port and only one USB-C port, which is already being used? You'd have to use a wall wart.
     
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  3. CreateNowSleepLater

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    The Link Plus is powered by the same power adapter as the Cintiq. You plus the USB C cable into the link and the power passes through to the Cintiq which is connected to the Link plus via USB-C. There are two USB-C ports on the Link. In and out power basically. The micro USB to USB-A cable is to connect to the PC or Laptop. The HDMI version is a little confusing. I'm not sure why they designed it that way. Might have run into issues running 4K.
     
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