High-performance, mid-size display is built for creative and design applications including augmented and virtual reality.
TOKYO -- Wacom announced its Cintiq Pro 24 pen display, expanding the Cintiq Pro high-definition range, which is designed for creative professionals seeking a larger digital canvas and the power to tackle an increasing onslaught of creative applications and programs.
The new 24-inch Cintiq Pro pen display joins the previously introduced 13- and 16-inch models to form a comprehensive range of sizes for every need and workspace. The pen and touch display version will be available in May, the earlier announced 32-inch model is slated for later this year.
The brilliant 4K display, 98 percent Adobe RGB color accuracy and a billion colors deliver a true-to-life visual experience. The pen-on-screen experience also was improved. The combination of the new Pro Pen 2 technology (improved pressure sensitivity featuring 8,192 levels), the etched glass surface, the reduction in parallax through optical bonding and the close-to-zero latency provide artists with precise control and a more natural-feeling pen-on-screen experience.
“We know that professional artists and designers are facing an increasingly vast array of computing and display demands as they embrace emerging technologies like augmented and virtual reality and 3D, where one size doesn’t fit all,” says Faik Karaoglu, executive VP for the creative business unit at Wacom. “Everyone has their own way of working, and we are excited to offer larger sized digital canvases with flexibility that provides more pen space for those who need it to create.”
With the just-announced Wacom Cintiq Engine Pro, a Windows 10 computing module, featuring the new NVIDIA Quadro P3200 high-performance graphic card, slides into the back of the Cintiq Pro 24 display. Thus creative professionals can easily transform their Cintiq Pro 24 into a high performance creative work station fully supporting state of the art applications and workflows, including 3D, animation and augmented and virtual reality.
The Cintiq Pro 24 pen display models are available in the U.S., Japan and selected European countries as of March. For further details, visit Wacom.com. Prices ranging from $1,999 to $2,499. The Pen & Touch version of Cintiq Pro 24 will be available in May.