Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen & Touch Display

Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen & Touch Display

Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen & Touch Display

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Product Highlights

  • 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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Compatibility: Pen &Touch

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Wacom Cintiq Pro overview

  • 1Description

The Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen & Touch 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: 753218986962
In the Box
Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen & Touch 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

    Display
    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)
    Tablet
    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
    Stylusdyqurasdryzddcfsubdzfu
    Pressure Levels 8192
    Tilt 40°
    Number of Switches 4
    Resolution 5080 lpi
    Technology Electromagnetic Resonance (EMR)
    General
    Operating System Support Windows, macOS/OS X
    Adjustments Tilt
    Multi-Touch Yes
    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) 32.5 x 22.8 x 8.0"

    Wacom Cintiq Pro reviews

    Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen & Touch Display is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST DIGITAL PEN DISPLAY OF ITS KIND I am 2D/3D Digital Artist/Illustrator. My first Wacom Cintiq was old 21UX, so this is a huge upgrade for me. After one month with this model... SIZE: I am very satisfied with the overall size of the product. I was debating whether I should wait for 32" model, but with this 24" model sitting on my desk, 32" model would have been too overwhelming on my desk. It is already plenty big and there's plenty of room to work with. TOUCH Feature: I am VERY glad I got the Pen & Touch model. I have heard a lot of negative reviews of previous models with Touch functionality not responding to its expectation and it gets in the way of productivity rather than contributing to it. I have never owned Cintiq with Touch feature before so I can't really compare, but this model's touch functionality is very pleasing to work with. EX: I use my free hand to quickly navigate through the menus, layers with simple touch rather than hovering over to them with the pen, and there's lot more good with this feature depending on how you use it. I recommend using Artist Drawing Glove to reject the occasional palm read and also to keep the display clean. There is zero regret. One possible down side of the Touch Feature is that, in order to use the Cintiq with its Touch Feature, you have to set the Cintiq as your main monitor. Otherwise the touching on Cintiq display will respond to any other monitor currently set as the Main monitor. This only happens with PC. With Mac it is told that you can keep the Touch Feature on Cintiq with any other displays set as Main monitor. I hope this will be resolved with coming software updates in the near future. But I personally have no problem using my Cintiq as a main monitor. I have three monitors including Cintiq. The First unit that arrived had 'dust-trap' size of a single rice underneath the display. I was disappointed at first, but Wacom sent me a Brand new replacement unit. The service quality and overall RMA transition was fast and smooth. It was bit of a hassle to take photos of the product with various color backgrounds to send to Wacom. First unit with dust-trap was manufactured in March, 2018. Replacement unit was manufactured in May, 2018. This was a known issue to some Cintiq Pro line owners, but it was taken care of for me. CONS: The fan noise can be irritating if you need a very quiet working environment. My first cintiq 21UX never made fan noise(if it had any) in its entire life, so it took me some time getting used to it. You can play around with the level of brightness or power saving options to reduce the noise little bit. I have other solutions such as music. I really enjoy working with the remote and good number of buttons on it for shortcuts. Using remote along with Touch feature needs some time getting used to. However, this doesn't mean you can completely abandon the keyboard.. Working with Pro Pen 2 is a breeze. This one is obvious for me, my first Cintiq had 1024 pressure sensitivity level with world difference of Parallax. I am very happy with this product!
    Date published: 2018-06-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Touch feature is fairly useless, artistically Obvious upgrade from older Cintiq models. Love everything about -- just a bit disappointed by the touch feature, which seems to mainly be used for scrolling through pages or going from the desktop and back. Also, it tends to pick up hand movements by accident, so I usually have it turned off when drawing anyway.... Now, if it could rotate the canvas, we'd be talking!
    Date published: 2018-07-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Almost Great, But Some Deal Killing Flaws For Me I have had many excellent Wacom products (although they all have quirks). Wacom in the big picture of tech firms is a small niche company and doesn't always have access to the highest tiers of hardware from 3rd party suppliers (hence their often slow rollout of production runs). But they are scrappy and generally get the important stuff right. Most importantly they have a patent on the best pen interface technology in the market hands down. I wanted the Cintiq Pro to be a great device, I really did. For the mechanics of the pen interface this device is excellent as expected. The touch is pretty good, certainly a step up from previous generations of Wacom products that had some problems. However, I will say the upper right function buttons were very temperamental, working at times but other times not, or with sizable delay. I found the screen even at full brightness somewhat dim for the price of the device (and I used it in a fairly dim room) I have certainly seen better displays at this price level, including several 100% Adobe RBG screens instead of this device's 99% RBG---there is a drabness somehow to its color. It might be the protective drawing layer that causes diffusion of light and some micro moire if you look carefully. I have a Wacom Mobile Studio though with a similar drawing screen protective layer and doesn't seem to have that problem. The main problem though is that because the screen was dim (in my opinion) I tended to run brightness at close to 100%. Anything over 51% brightness would trigger very loud annoying fans to run and run without end. I am not usually someone who complains about noise, I don't expect dead silence. I had the old Cintiq Companion and that was a loud device but lived with it. But somehow the loudness and pitch of these fans was just unacceptable in my opinion. I had the screen running off of a very expensive 3d rendering machine with 4 1080tis cards and an I9 chip and somehow the Wacom screen was louder than the machine when rendering. Maybe I had a bad set of fans, I don't know. It might be fixable with firmware, but I will note the 16" Cintiq Pro has had complaints about the fan for over a year and nothing has been done. For the price of the device I just expected more. I have forgiven Wacom in the past for bad power ports, uncertain device linking performance, bad touch drivers, loud fans, but this was a deal breaker for me. Maybe I had a bad unit but I thought the fans were absurdly loud and I am generally pretty forgiving on that front.
    Date published: 2018-09-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best drawing tool !!! Amazing drawing experience. I am giving a 4 star because no stand yet and no vesa mount
    Date published: 2018-08-31
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