Wacom Cintiq 13HD: now a pen display with 13" Full HD for $1000 (in the US)

Before the iPad (we know that tablets existed before it, but still), tablets were called tablets

Now, in order to avoid confusion, the Japanese have begun to refer to their products as interactive pen displays, and as if for the occasion, they have released the Cintiq 13HD with a 13-inch LED-backlit screen with Full HD resolution, which looks like a dwarf against the giant 22HD, 24HD and 24HD Touch.

The heir to the 12WX model also got a removablea three-tilt stand, a wireless Pro Pen (the one that doesn’t have batteries) with 2048 pressure levels and tilt sensitivity. Of course, the ability to customize the frequently used keyboard shortcuts in the menu of four ExpressKeys, Rocker Ring rings and Home buttons has not gone anywhere. Finally, a 3-in-1 cable is now included in the package in order not to suffer from the constant connection of two or three cables to a computer, as you used to do before (I wonder how much time will pass before they completely get rid of the wires, except for charging ).

Small size means less priceFor aspiring artists, it will be offered for $1,000 excluding taxes (30,000 rubles or almost 8,200 UAH), starting in April.

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