New Wacom Cintiq 16
Wacom Cintiqs have always been some of the very best tools digital artists can get, granted you could afford them. Many of us instead might have had to sacrifice quality to get a taste of the experience - by purchasing any of the cheaper Chinese clones out there.
Well, not anymore! With the release of the new Cintiq 16, you can now enjoy the Wacom quality without breaking the bank.
The new display shares the same stylus as higher-end products and is meant to be an entry-level introduction to pen displays for young creatives and hobbyists. It’s got a 15.6-inch screen with a 1920 x 1080 display, and its stylus, the Wacom Pro Pen 2, has 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity and never needs to be charged. Check below for all the specifications.
Battery-free EMR with 8k Pressure Levels
The Wacom Pro Pen 2 has 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity. It uses Electro Magnetic Resonance technology so there’s never need to charge.
High Accuracy: Low Activation Force, Tilt Recognition
The Pro Pen 2 offers precision and control. Low activation force and tilt recognition makes drawing on Wacom Cintiq feel as familiar as drawing on paper.
Pen Settings Accessible from Everywhere
You can store shortcuts and settings locally or online and access them wherever you need to work using your Wacom ID
Ergonomic Pen Design
Comfortable in your hand –weight-balanced, rubber grip and easy reach of the two side buttons.
Display Technology: Low Parallax, AG film
The 1920 x 1080 full HD display is built for creativity. Anti-glare film reduces distracting reflections, while low parallax enhances accuracy.
Accessory Pens: Full Compatible Range
Customize how you work even further – Wacom Cintiq is compatible with all accessory pens in the Wacom range.
Made to Last
Built of durable, scratch resistant materials, Wacom Cintiq is a creative tool you can rely on day after day.
Cables connect at the top of the Cintiq, so there is less chance of accidental disconnections.
With 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, the power full pen delivers better precision and control.
Now, what about the price you ask? It’s Wacom’s most affordable pen display ever at $649. To put that into perspective, that’s about $850 less than the Pro version of the same size.
So, what do you think? Fancy getting one? Let us know in the comments below!