This Ergo Stand from Wacom is designed for the Cintiq Pro 32. With it, you can easily raise, tilt, and rotate the Cintiq Pro to your preferred viewing angle.
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Wacom ACK62802K Overview
Wacom ACK62802K Specs
|Compatibility||Wacom Cintiq Pro DTH-3220, DTH-3221|
|Cable Length||5.9' / 1.8 m|
|Dimensions||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Weight||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Package Weight||67.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||36.5 x 21.5 x 20.5"|
Wacom ACK62802K Reviews
Does exactly what it is supposed to do, works great, expensive and should come with the cintiq pro 32, but its great.
Sturdy But Not fluid
PROS: -- No doubt, the weight and overall design ensures my 32 unit stays anchored to the table at any given position. -- Hits a couple birds in one stone. One of the birds being cable management. -- Rotating the display is a breeze, but (see CONS) CONS: -- I've yet to receive The Engine, but I imagine the design wont be that accommodating with the dynamics of dealing with the slots and cables for The Engine. -- I didnt imagine for it to wobble like the Ergo Flex, but it wobbles a little. Ish. -- At this day and age, I imagine we have the technology that would help it snap back dead-horizontal or vertical (what? I have my snap-to-point enabled on Illustrator *grins*), and I personally hoped for a version where I would faintly and smoothly hear or feel teeth and gears moving as I rotate it. -- First time I tried to adjust the screen angle, it felt like I was bending the whole screen or breaking trigger handles. Overtime, I learned to move it around with less effort and concern. But, the whole dynamics and the stands behavior doesnt feel like it's $500. (Good thing B&H practically just gave them away with the deal they have now) -- Once the display and stand is set up on a table, you have to disturb your kid, who's currently playing Fortnite, to help you move the whole thing to, say, another table.
Best option out there.
The only stand that will hold your Pro 32 steady while you draw.
Magnificent stand for the Wacom Cintiq 32. Love being able to rotate and extend my desktop. Cable management is next level. Like all things Wacom, it just works and better than everything else in its class.
Perfect for cintiq pro 32
I am a perfectionist in gear selection. This stand is the best you can get for Cintiq pro 32. It’s stable - which is super important for a product like cintiq pro 32. Assembly was easy but non trivial - I did not expect it to be trivial but like everything else I ignored the assembly manual and still I could put it together. It’s beautiful too, masculine looking, matching color with the monitor. Tilt function is not easy, but that’s not this products fault, it’s because of the heft of the monitor. Cable routing is pretty neat. I am not sure what more could I ask of it - May be an integrated keyboard platform, it’s difficult to position a keyboard, if you use one, in raised position. The other wish, and I am not sure I want that personally, but may be some, is motorized operations - that would make its operations easier for some. I would very highly recommend this product, I can’t imagine using cintiq pro 32 without this stand.
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