Lisa Gade reviews the Wacom Cintiq Pro 24, a high end 24” pen monitor with 4K wide gamut display, optional touch screen, 8,192 levels of pen pressure and support for the Cintiq Engine (a Windows 10 PC that slides into the back of the monitor, turning it into a Microsoft Surface Studio competitor). The Cintiq Pro is also available in 13 and 16 inch sizes and a 32 inch is coming. The Cintiq Pro has virtually no parallax, excellent pressure curves, etched matte glass, interchangeable pen nibs and it supports pen tilt. It’s ideal for artists, animators, photographers and engineers doing fine art, matte painting, photo editing, illustration, 3D rendering, CAD and more.
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