Wacom Cintiq 24HD touch Drawing Tablet Available Next Month

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Wacom has back with introducing their newest product called Cintiq 24HD touch drawing tablet, the latest version of Wacom’s popular 24HD pen display and drawing screen (CINTIQ24HD). The Cintiq24HD now available from Amazon.com for only $2,589, previously sold for $2,799. The 24HD touch drawing tablet combines a 24-inch wide screen high-definition LCD with industry-leading pen input capabilities, and now the screen with multi-touch control’s ability.

Cintiq 24HD touch drawing tablet is designed to replicate the traditional experience of working with conventional tools such as brushes, canvas, markers, paper, and pens, photographic exposure retouching tools, or sculpting tools and clay, and the great things are this device allowing you to work with all the power and flexibility of advanced creative software applications.


Cintiq 24HD touch drawing tablet has improved its display quality, and now it’s capable of showing 1.07 billion colors. The screen also covering 97 percent of Adobe’s RGB gamut and implementing RGB backlighting which when all combined help improves the color rendition of the screen for graphic designers, artists, animators and illustrators.


Cintiq 24HD touch drawing tablet features an adjustable stand, Analog RGB, digital DVI, DisplayPort, and a USB port. The display offer 300 cd/m2 of brightness, and the cordless and battery-free Pen (model KP-501E-01C) is made of a latex-free silicone rubber with a tilt range up to 40 degrees.



The Wacom Cintiq 24HD touch drawing tablet will start shipping in early next month (August 2012) for $3,699 and backed with two-year warranty (USA/Canada).

[ Via Wacom ]