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Interactive Pen Display

September 19, 2015 - Comment

Wacom Cintiq 13HD DTK1300 Graphic Tablets Product Features Enjoy the natural creative experience of working directly on screen Pressure (2048 levels) and tilt sensitive Wacom Pro Pen performs like traditional brushes, pencils and markers Premium, 13.3″, HD Display (1920 X 1080) with wide viewing angle 3-Position display stand (included) Comfortable, compact, lightweight design Simple set-up

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(as of July 19, 2018 7:52 PM EDT - Details)

Wacom Cintiq 13HD DTK1300 Graphic Tablets

Product Features

  • Enjoy the natural creative experience of working directly on screen
  • Pressure (2048 levels) and tilt sensitive Wacom Pro Pen performs like traditional brushes, pencils and markers
  • Premium, 13.3″, HD Display (1920 X 1080) with wide viewing angle
  • 3-Position display stand (included)
  • Comfortable, compact, lightweight design
  • Simple set-up to PC or Mac with 3-in-1 cable
  • Easy shortcut access with our four time-saving, customizable ExpressKeys, Rocker ring
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Comments

Jason Cox "regular guy" says:

Cintiq Review for First-Time Cintiq Users. I have wanted a Cintiq for as long as they’ve been available. Dabbling with computer graphics, photoshop, and sketching, there is just something about the concept of drawing directly on the screen with pressure sensitivity that is extremely desirable. But these things have always been pricey. For the past few years there has been the 12″ WX, but it was very low resolution and reviews complained of tracking issues and color issues, so I stuck with my aging Intuos 3 9″ tablet.After having the Cintiq 13HD for almost a week now, I can honestly say this thing is incredible. This is definitely the model I’ve been waiting for. Maybe that applies to you, too.My background and setup: I’m a life-long art dabbler and sketcher. I’d love to be like Scott Robertson or Feng Zhu. I do a fair amount of photography and photo retouching in Photoshop. The apps I use most are Photoshop CS6, Lightroom, Sketchbook Pro 6, Illustrator, & Indesign. My system is a late 2011 iMac 27″ (i7…

Brodie M. Perkins says:

Stop staring and buy… but keep a few things in mind. I’ve been doing animation, illustration and 3D modeling for almost 12 years now. I started with a regular small personal wacom graphire tablet way back in my college days and gradually worked my way up to a larger 12 inch intuous. Which I used religiously for almost 6 years.About 2 years ago, I happened upon a 12WX cintiq for about half the regular retail price (around $600). I snatched it up thinking it was a great deal and as I was already used to working on a 12inch intous, figured that at the very least, being able to draw directly on the screen would enhance my productivity.It did not.It came down to screen size. Most of the software I use (Zbrush, Photoshop, Maya) all have extensive menus and shortcuts and the 12WX’s screen-space is just enough to do any serious work. After struggling with it for a few months, I re-boxed it, shelved it and went back to my trusty Intous.Fast forward to 2012’s San Diego Comic con where I stumbled upon Wacom’s…

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