Wacom has announced two Cintiq Pro models, which should replace the current Wacom Cintiq 27QHD. One of them will be their largest pen display so far, with a huge, 32-inch screen. The other model is smaller, with the 24-inch display.
Both models are improved over the 27-inch Wacom Cintiq 27QHD. They come with the new Wacom Pro Pen 2, which also has improvements over the previous model. The new displays combined with the pen should provide the artists with the best drawing experience yet.
Both Cintiq Pro models have 4K screens. They support 10-bit color, so they can output up to a billion different shades. The new Wacom Pro Pen 2 that comes along is improved in terms of sensitivity and accuracy. Compared to the previous model, it offers four times higher pressure sensitivity (8,192 levels), and four times higher accuracy. It also offers tilt-response and virtually lag-free tracking.
Another improvement is that neither the pen nor the screens need batteries because they use different technology from the previous models. Combined with other features, and the size of the 32-inch model, I believe the artists will have an amazing drawing experience with this model. Although, this experience has its price.
24- and 32-inch Cintiq Pro the price range will cost between $1,999 and $3,299. As for the availability, are announced quite a lot in advance and should be available in January 2018.
[via Digital Arts]