We've been all giddy since the Cintiq 24HD
waltzed through the FCC last month... and now, we have even more reason to be excited. Although unconfirmed, signs continue to point to a 24-inch HD display (1920 x 1200 supported) -- upon which Wacom
has implemented a stand that appears to allow the user to customize their viewing angle based on the task at hand. According to CG Everything
, the peripheral is said to boast 2048 levels of pressure sensors
with a 60-degree tilt sensor, 92 percent Adobe RGB color saturation, 190 nits of brightness, 550:1 contrast ratio and a 13ms response time. We're still waiting on Wacom to corroborate all of this, but those who'd rather throw caution to the wind can indulge below.
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Wacom Cintiq 24HD first look
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