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A pen display that doubles as an Android tablet

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Wacom's Cintiq Companion earns its keep as a pen display and provides a solid Android slate experience, but doesn't provide all of the software tools needed to be a reliable mobile workstation.

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Engadget Nov 27, 2013

Wacom's Cintiq Companion earns its keep as a pen display and provides a solid Android slate experience, but doesn't provide all of the software tools needed to be a reliable mobile workstation.

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Engadget Sep 6, 2013

In many ways, this is a Cintiq 13 HD that's been crossbred with an Android tablet. While connected to your PC or Mac, it behaves just like the older Cintiq tablet, but disconnect it, and it'll boot up to Android 4.2 for use on the go.

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SlashGear Sep 5, 2013

This machine works with a 13-inch 1920 x 1080 display with a Wacom Pro Pen included for 2,048 levels of pressure and tilt sensitivity. You’ll be able to use this pen in Android mode or as a companion to your desktop computer when connected.

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