wacom's cintiq pro 32 inch drawing tablet is four times bigger than an iPad

wacom's cintiq pro 32 inch drawing tablet is four times bigger than an iPad

answering the demand of professional artists, designers and illustrators, wacom expands its ‘cintiq pro’ range of tablets with a huge creative pen display – offering digital content creators a platform with enough room and the natural feel they need to produce unparalleled art and design projects.

wacom's cintiq pro 32 inch drawing tablet is four times bigger than an iPad
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wacom expands the ‘cintiq pro’ lineup. designed for creative professionals seeking a larger digital canvas, the 32-inch ‘cintiq pro’ joins the previously introduced 13 and 16-inch models to form a comprehensive range of sizes. the 32-inch model is based on a 4K display with a billion colors and maximum color accuracy. the edge-to-edge glass screens open up space for unlimited creativity and production. the new members of the creative pen display family will not only grow in size, but more importantly also bring the unrivaled ‘pro pen 2’ technology to the big screen.

wacom's cintiq pro 32 inch drawing tablet is four times bigger than an iPad



the industry standard has a tendency to lean towards wacom’s ‘cintiq’ line of art tablets, the models that feature an integrated screen to help creators see their hands at work. and with all of that digital space to refine drawing skills on, the ‘cintiq pro 32’ positions itself as a dream machine.

wacom's cintiq pro 32 inch drawing tablet is four times bigger than an iPad

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