Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display

Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display

Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display

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  • 20.55 x 11.57" Active Area
  • 23.6" 3840 x 2160 IPS Display
  • 350 cd/mē Brightness
  • 176°/176° Viewing Angles
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 99% Adobe RGB, 1.07 Billion Colors
  • 8192 Levels of Pressure Sensitivity
  • ExpressKey Remote Included
  • Pro Pen 2 & Stand Included
  • Windows & Mac Compatible
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Wacom Cintiq Pro overview

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The Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display from Wacom is a drawing tablet featuring a 23.6" IPS display with a 3840 x 2160 4K resolution. For color accuracy, it covers 99% of the Adobe RGB color space and supports 1.07 billion colors, ideal for professionals handling color-sensitive work. Thanks to its etched glass screen, you can see and draw directly where you want to with minimal parallax for a pen-on-paper feel. Connect it to your system via USB Type-C, HDMI, or DisplayPort. On the back is a built-in stand that supports up to 20° to fit your viewing and drawing preference. Moreover, it comes with an ExpressKey remote and a Wacom Pro Pen 2 stylus to help you get started creating.

Wacom Cintiq Pro Engine
Transform your Cintiq Pro into its own standalone creative pen computer with the optional Wacom Cintiq Pro Engine creative PC module. This module attaches into the back of your Cintiq Pro, eliminating cables and providing you with up to an Intel Xeon processor and NVIDIA Quadro graphics for a more convenient and powerful system.
Wacom Pro Pen 2
The Wacom Pro Pen 2 provides you with a smooth and responsive writing or drawing experience. It features 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, 40° of tilt support, no parallax, and virtually lag-free tracking. Moreover, it doesn't have any batteries so you won't have to charge it.
ExpressKey Remote
The included ExpressKey Remote has 17 custom application-specific keys and a finger-sensitive Touch Ring for access to time-saving shortcuts.
UPC: 753218986924
In the Box
Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display
  • Wacom Pro Pen 2 with 4-Color Pen Ring Set
  • ExpressKeyremote
  • USB Type-A RF Dongle
  • Micro-USB Charger Cable
  • Pen Stand
  • 6 x Standard Replacement Tips
  • 4 x Felt Replacement Tips
  • Nib Removal Tool
  • 180W AC Adapter
  • Power Cable
  • USB Type-A Cable
  • USB Type-C Cable
  • DisplayPort Cable
  • HDMI Cable
  • DisplayPort to mini DisplayPort Adapter
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Wacom Cintiq Pro specs

    Panel Type IPS
    Size 23.6"
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Native Resolution 3840 x 2160
    Video Ports 1 x USB Type-C
    1 x HDMI
    1 x DisplayPort
    Contrast Ratio 1000:1
    Color Gamut 99% Adobe RGB
    Brightness 350 cd/m²
    Response Time 14 ms
    Display Colors 1.07 Billion
    Viewing Angle Horizontal: 176° (88/88)
    Vertical: 176° (88/88)
    Active Area 20.55 x 11.57" / 522 x 294 mm
    Number of Buttons 17
    Buttons Customizable Yes
    Connectivity Ports 6 x USB Type-A
    1 x USB Type-C
    Connectivity Cable USB Type-C
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 26.7 x 15.5 x 1.9" / 677.0 x 394.0 x 47.0 mm
    Pressure Levels 8192
    Tilt 40°
    Number of Switches 4
    Resolution 5080 lpi
    Technology Electromagnetic Resonance (EMR)
    Operating System Support Windows, macOS/OS X
    Adjustments Tilt
    Multi-Touch No
    AC Input Power 100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 50 to 60 A
    Power Consumption 100 W
    Weight 15.4 lb / 7.0 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 28.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 32.0 x 22.0 x 8.0"

    Wacom Cintiq Pro reviews

    Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Dead pixels & dust trapped in screen If you've read around a bit, there are issues with this model having dead pixels and/or specs of dust trapped just under the screen face. It also has a very strange RGB "noise" if you look closely at the screen. The biggest disappointment is the lack of a vesa mount to put this on an LCD arm. Sometimes I like working with my Cintiq upright, which you can't do with this. It takes up a huge amount of desk space as well. Lacking physical rotation and the ability to prop up the monitor in combination with their poor quality control makes this a pretty bad first run of product.
    Date published: 2018-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! Came in perfect condition. I waited years to upgrade to a cintiq from a traditional non screen tablets. What I dislike about Apple iPad and past cintiq was the glossy glass texture against plastic nibs, it felt very off to me. This screen is more matt and texture similar to old Wacom tablet surfaces and there's no glare! I love just about everything there is. My only issue is how noisy the fans are and it can run pretty warm, so make sure there is good venilation to keep it cool. Great purchase overall, it feels more natural and is plenty large.
    Date published: 2018-04-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Forerunner in digital drawing technology. No issues. I had no dust under my screen, no dead pixels, none of that stuff people were panicking about earlier. It's a good product. The only thing I am a little saddened by is that the hype about how this has 'almost no parallax' is mostly just hype. It has comparable parallax to the 24HD model of yesteryear. Technically the glass *is* a bit thinner, but not by enough to eliminate the problem. I hear that the smaller models - the 16 and 19 inch ones - have thinner glass, as allowed by their smaller surface area. Minor complaint all told, though, as no one has adequately solved this issue at these sizes.
    Date published: 2018-08-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the Wait For the past decade I've been looking forward to upgrading to my first cintiq. In the past two years, I finally had the cash - but decided to wait because I didn't want to buy the 22HD at the end of its life span. I was right to wait! Wacom finally announced this line and I was so excited, I bought it as soon as it was available. I was lucky enough to also try the Cintiq Pro 16 at my workplace which is kind of like a mini version of this tablet. If you don't need the enormous size of this unit, that's a good option to look into. Because I had used that and liked it, I knew I would like this one. PROS� - significant upgrades to last generation in terms of paralax, colour display, screen feel. Pen lag is nonexistent. - I have to emphasize the screen. BIG difference having no space between the pen and where you see the display. The glass is very thin and strong and has a great tacky texture without feeling all grate-y. - I found the pen pressure levels noticeable. I thought "can you even perceive the difference between 2000~ levels and 8000~ levels?" yes you can if you are painting with a lot of nuance. - SLEEK design. It's been a pet peeve of mine that previous cintiqs have all this thick plastic and buttons and enormous outer edge. The edge is still pretty large here but it's all glass covered and minimal. The buttons instead come on a little remote which you have the option of mounting or leaving off altogether, which I really appreciate. I haven't tried the remote yet and can't comment on it. - I appreciate the design of the cords. On the cintiq pro 16, the cords stick out the left side and all over the desk, which is dumb (where I have my keyboard). Here, the cords mount in the middle of the back, with a tie to keep them flush to the unit, and then a plastic backing goes over the wiring with a little hole in the top for everything to feed out to the back of your desk. It's VERY convenient and out of the way, and I dont feel like things are in danger of bending and breaking - I set up the drivers very easily in one session. I was nervous as wacom does not have a great track record of stable drivers. I've had my unit for 2 months and it's early yet, but no issues at all with that (knock on wood) CONS - THE STAND. WACOM WHY?! 20 degree angle off the desk is NOT comfortable or ergonomic, I don't know why they wouldn't just make it a LITTLE higher? It's basically flush to the desk. I have mine mounted on encyclopedia books. It's very annoying when I have to move it a bit and there I go dragging all the books along in my arms too. Supposedly the ergo stand for this unit is being released in a couple months and it will do things like lift the cintiq, rotate it to be tall, swivel etc, but its like $500?? - The fans are noisy. I honestly don't mind the sound itself as I have headphones on, but for my anxiety, it always makes me worry it's going to overheat or break or something. It probably won't? But I worry. -It's SO BIG. To clarify, i LOVE the screen size and resolution!! (Pro tip: in photoshop CC -> file -> preferences -> UI size to 200% so you can see the buttons on a 4k resolution. lifesaver) But it does have that weird extra 4" or something around the edge that makes this beast hard to reach my little arms around to get to my mouse and keyboard. I hope in future they can whittle it down to be mostly just screen :)� IN PHOTOS: you can kinda see my books I have the feet hooked on pointing out... The desk is a 63" standing/sit desk from Ikea.� My other monitor is 23" so you can see how vast the "24"" size really is. My keyboard is tucked beneath it because I would not be able to reach it any other way... Hope this helps, I have NO REGRETS. ** Note for canadians like me - if you're worried about customs, don't be. B&H was awesome to order from, fast shipping and the duties are covered at checkout - what you see is what you pay.
    Date published: 2018-05-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Video review I made a video review on Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDWHvsGenI4 I will also sum up a little here.� I love it. I definitely recommend getting an ergotron arm for it and you may need to hack together an adaptor to make that connection but it's worth it.
    Date published: 2018-04-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thank you! Arrived promptly. Wacom seems to have resolved pixel issues. Love it!
    Date published: 2018-09-07
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