The Wacom Cintiq 13 and the Cintiq Pro Pro 16: Pro Pen 2, 8192 recognizing the degree of depression, and the 4K screen in the older model
Wacom continues to delight new products: a little more than a month since the premiere tablets Pro MobileStudio, the company expanded its range with two more models — the Cintiq 13 and the Cintiq Pro Pro 16. Products will be available for purchase until mid-December, but prices are already known: the Junior model is $1,000, senior — $1500.
Both models, like the model series MobileStudio Pro, equipped with the signature Pro Pen 2, which provides recognition to 8192 degrees of depression.
The tablets come with IPS screens, resolution, and display size of the Cintiq Pro 13 is 1920 x 1080 pixels and is 13.3 inches, the Cintiq Pro 16 — 3840 x 2160 pixels and 15.6 inches. The declared value of brightness and contrast are the same for both models: 250 CD/sq m and 930:1. But color gamut is a bit different: the screen of the Cintiq Pro 16 shows 94% space Adobe RGB, and the screen Cintiq Pro 13 — 87%. For connection to computers and laptops tablets use port UCB-C.
The design of the new Cintiq Pro provides built-in legs, which can give the tablet the tilt of 20°. Optionally, the manufacturer will offer a stand Wacom Stand that allows you to set the tablet at different angles, and the controller Wacom ExpressKeys for quick access to the most popular tablet functions.
Dimensions and weight Wacom Cintiq Pro 13 — 360 x 235 x 11.9 mm and 1.1 kg, respectively. Wacom Cintiq Pro 16 is 400 grams heavier and its dimensions — 410 x 265 x 17.5 mm.
Sources: Wacom, Wacom