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.
- 20.55 x 11.57" Active Area
- 23.6" 3840 x 2160 IPS Display
- 350 cd/m² Brightness
- 176°/176° Viewing Angles
Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Overview
- 2Wacom Cintiq Pro Engine
- 3Wacom Pro Pen 2
- 4ExpressKey Remote
- 5Creative Software
Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Specs
|Panel Type||IPS-Type LCD|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Video I/O||1 x USB-C|
1 x HDMI
1 x DisplayPort
|Color Gamut||99% Adobe RGB|
|Response Time||14 ms|
|Display Colors||1.07 Billion|
|Viewing Angle (H x V)||176 x 176°|
|Active Area||20.55 x 11.57" / 522 x 294 mm|
|Number of Buttons||17|
|Inputs/Outputs||6 x USB-A|
1 x USB-C
|Connectivity Cable||USB Type-C|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||26.65 x 15.51 x 1.85" / 677 x 394 x 47 mm|
|Number of Switches||4|
|Technology||Electromagnetic Resonance (EMR)|
|Operating System Support||Windows, macOS/OS X|
|OS Compatibility||Windows |
*As of March, 2018: Check with manufacturer for the most up-to-date compatibility
|AC Input Power||100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||100 W|
|Weight||15.43 lb / 7 kg|
|Package Weight||28 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||32.5 x 22.8 x 8"|
Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 Reviews
It didn't work
It didn't work and I had to return it to Wacom
The most important thing to know is how you plan to use this product. I purchased the 24" Cintiq Pro without touch after reading some reviews about how it can become a little problematic and activating things when you didn't intend to do so. While I still wonder if my life might be a smidge improved by touch, I'm extremely happy with my purchase as I don't have to worry about accidentally touching such a large surface. It's huge! Coming from an iPad Pro and having an Intuos 4, I assumed I would fall in love with this display and never go back. That is not the case. I highly recommend this product because it does exactly what you expect it to: allowing you to use a pen on your monitor. Your software doesn't change. Your familiarity with programs doesn't drastically improve. It just gives you a better interface which can help. I didn't think I would want to set this as my main display and didn't like how the touch version requires it. However, after litttle use, I quickly made it my main display and really think that point is a non-issue-you just have to know yourself and how you like to work, being flexible in case you've never had an interactive display before. All in all, I'm very happy with my purchase and know I will get lots of use out of it. The only thing I would reconsider is getting the Ergo mount. The standard angle isn't quite as high as I would like so as to not be craning over the display with horrible posture. Well, that and if Procreate existed on PC.
Great at always.
This is our third Cintiq Pro 24 (we also have two 32s) and with the adjustable arm mount it is one of the most valuable tools in our business. I couldn't be happier.
Strong Buy for Creatives!
I am an upcoming coming artist and have wanted a professional-grade digital medium to upgrade and diversify my art process as I start to take art seriously for years now; I've only used traditional mediums up until recently after the buying this. I use both now, but this product is truly something special. Aside from budget, which is an issue for students or beginners, this pen display is a Strong Buy for artists. Of course you can use it a monitor and it's very good for that as the colors and resolution are incredible, but this is a product for all artists - beginner to professional who want to venture into digital art. The size of the tablet to me is a perfect size specifically you prefer bigger displays rather than an IPad or 13-16 inch wacom display -- if you're seeking to upgrade. It's much bigger than I thought compared to my sketchbook, but you get used it. The screen feels like paper, is nice and smooth with a perfectly responsive pen, and theres is little to no paralax. Every positive thing you've heard about this display is completely accurate. Keep in mind: this pen display is not the Touch Display which means it's not touch screen! Don't get the two confused because I've seen poor reviews based on this mix-up. The set up, from the product itself to the driver, is pretty straightforward (aside from my user error). The shipping on this product was also quicker than prefaced and everything was in perfect condition. The ONLY issue I have is Wacom still not including a basic arm/stand with it because the price for the official models individually are absurd in my personal opinion. I've been using this display for a little over a week and have nothing but good things to say. As my first big purchase for my passion, this is definitely a purchase I don't regret one bit. This display is quite the investment though, but if you are an artist who wants to take it seriously whether it be in the industry or a just a prolific hobby, this pen display is for you!
Coming from a Intuos Pro L this was a nice upgrade. Colors don't pop due to its matte finish but staring at this for several hours this choice makes sense. The kickstands, ehh, we got the Wacom stand, its worth it and keeps the tablet solid. Running this via a Intel 630 / DisplayPort sometimes it is necessary to switch the primary monitor since you need this set as the primary to get the pen to work. Also this does have a fan, Brightness is defaulted to 50%, lowering this does reduce the fan noise. We would buy this again. Even @ 24 + the bezels this is large.
NOT TOUCH DISPLAY !!!
The product has exactly the same design as the touch version, this version is not touch so wacom should better differentiate its products to avoid confusion. B&H as a seller should also clarify this as the product reviews are the same for the touch and non-touch tablets.
Great product and service
Absolutely Impressed on how fast everything got to my door and I'm happy with my purchase
I have used the Wacom Intuos for years when it came time to upgrade my computer go to the Cintiq is defiantly an upgrade. Being able to program your cintiq for each program I use is just wonderful
YOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS