Wacom Cintiq Pro 24
Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 you something priceless: space. So much, in fact, that you won’t waste time searching for that reference image or opening and closing different programs on a secondary screen. And there’ll be less zooming in and out too. Now you can save time and take control of your creativity, for a more efficient, controlled workspace.
|Product Type||Creative Pen Display 24|
|Model Number||DTK-2420 creative pen display|
|Screen Size||(Measured Diagonally)59.94 cm / 23.6 in|
|Technology||IPS UHD high brightness panel|
|Displayable Colors||(maximum)1.07 billion colors (10 bits color)|
|Viewing Angle||176° (88°/88°) H, (88°/88°) V|
|Response Rate||14 ms|
|Active Area||522 X 294 mm (20.55 X 11.57 in)|
|Color Gamut||99% Adobe RGB|
|Graphics Input||USB type C port (supporting DisplayPort Alternate Mode) or DisplayPort or HDMI 2.0 port (required for 3840 x 2160 resolution)|
|Multi-touch||Yes – on touch model only (DTH-2420)|
|Pen||Wacom Pro Pen 2|
|Pressure Levels||8192, both pen tip and eraser|
|Tilt Recognition||±60 levels|
|Switches||Tip switch, 2 side switches, eraser|
|Nibs||10 (6 standard, 4 felt) in pen stand|
|Pen Box/Holder||Yes – Pen Holder|
|Grip||Latex-free silicone rubber|
|Technology||Patented electromagnetic resonance method|
|Touch Ring||Yes – on included ExpressKey Remote|
|Audio||headset jack, built-in microphone|
|Power Supply||Output 20 VDC, 2.25 A (max)|
|Power Consumption||Power ON mode (Max.): 100 W|
|Limited Warranty||1 year in Bangladesh|
The Cintiq Pro 24 is the latest big-screen monitor from Wacom. The behemoth device is bespoke built for creatives and is, believe it or not, the smaller option in Wacom’s next-generation line of Cintiqs – it sits below the 32-inch model set for launch later this year.
Featuring an excellent screen, industry-leading stylus and support for Wacom’s Pro Engine – which turns it into a standalone PC – the Pro 24 is an artist’s dream. My only quibble is that Wacom is still insisting on charging significant sums for all the optional extras that creatives will need to fully take advantage of the new Cintiq.
The Cintiq Pro 24 isn’t a subtle bit of kit. The giant screen measures a whopping 677 x 394 x 47mm and, unlike most all-in-ones or displays, is designed to be sat flat on a desk – like an artist’s easel. As such, it’s likely to take up a whole desk all on its own, leaving little space for a mouse or keyboard, let alone a desktop computer, to sit next to it.
However, from a productivity perspective the Cintiq Pro 24 ticks all the right boxes. The feet on the rear stand feel robust, and are more than solid enough to take heavy pressure. Working on a large comic page the device suffered no flex, even when I was leaning heavily into it.