Announced earlier this year, Wacom’s much-anticipated Cintiq Pro 32 is now available to order at B&H. This latest pen display is Wacom’s biggest yet, and features 4K resolution, color accuracy that’s 98% of Adobe RGB, and offers virtually parallax-free performance. Combine those highlights with the Cintiq’s etched-glass design and you get an experience that’s remarkably close to working with pen and paper.
Speaking of the pen: the Cintiq Pro 32 ships with the Wacom Pro Pen 2, which features 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity. For comparison, that means it’s four times more pressure sensitive than the original Pro Pen; it’s also four times more accurate. This heightened level of accuracy means you shouldn’t experience much, if any, lag or parallax; nor should you run into input problems like pooling or rippling.
The Pro Pen 2 isn’t the only input method. The Cintiq Pro also comes with an ExpressKey Remote, which puts 17 customizable buttons at your fingertips. Additionally, the touchscreen keypad and onscreen radial menus allow you to control the interface with programmable one-touch shortcuts.
Similar to the 24-inch model, the Cintiq Pro 32 offers a number of connectivity options, including multiple USB 3.0 ports, a USB Type-C, HDMI 2.0, and a DisplayPort—meaning you shouldn’t have any issue hooking it up to a compatible Windows computer or Mac. There’s also an option for using the Cintiq as a stand-alone device if you pair it with Wacom’s Cintiq Pro Engine, which effectively turns the Cintiq into an all-in-one creative computing solution.
Regardless of your setup, the Cintiq Pro 32 is the largest and arguably most capable pen display Wacom has ever offered. It’s available now at B&H.