Wacom’s pen displays have for quite some time been a possibility for creatives hoping to utilize a stylus to work specifically on a screen while associated with a portable workstation or desktop machine. They were a staple in numerous imaginative studios much sooner than the organization started making standalone tablets. Today Wacom reported the most recent renditions of its Cintiq gadgets: the Cintiq Pro 13 and Cintiq Pro 16. What’s the distinction? Measure generally, however there are a few contrasts with regards to show quality. While the 13-inch show packs a full HD board (1920 x 1080), the bigger 16-inch alternative has a ultra HD screen (3840 x 2160).
The updated show for the 16-inch Cintiq Pro likewise implies the tablet covers a greater amount of Adobe’s RGB range. The bigger model handles 94 percent while the 13-inch variant wrangles 87 percent. Observably absent from these new Cintiqs are the helpful ExpressKeys and TouchRing that offered simple access to the apparatuses you utilize most ideal in favor of the show. Rather, Wacom picked to nix those controls, however you can recover the usefulness with a different ExpressKey Remote – in case you’re willing to spend an additional $100. Both units additionally have ErgoFlex pop-out legs and a discretionary work area stand is coming in February.
There is a noteworthy change over the Cintiq 13HD, the antecedent to these new pen shows. Multi-touch motions are a standard component on these new Cintiq Pros from the hop. With the 13HD, the organization discharged a non-touch form before appearing a touch-accommodating model right around two years after the fact. The Cintiq Pro 13 and 16 additionally incorporate Wacom’s new Pro Pen 2, an overhauled stylus that is four times more exact and weight delicate than the past Pro Pen. What’s more, yes, these pen presentations are good with both Mac and PC.