- Product Dimensions: 64.8 x 5.6 x 39.9 cm ; 8 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 12 Kg
- Item model number: DTK2200
- ASIN: B008HB5K5O
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: July 10 2012
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,551 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Wacom CINTIQ 21.5-Inch Pen Display-Graphics Monitor with Digital Pen DTK2200 (Black)
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- 21.5-Inch Display features a wide format, full HD resolution and extra wide viewing angle
- Work naturally and intuitively directly on screen. Sketch, paint, design and edit directly on the surface of the screen
- Wacom's most advanced pressure and tilt-sensitive pen technology replicates the natural effects and experience of working with conventional tools such as pens, markers, and brushes
- Time saving Express Keys, Scroll Ring and Radial menus give you customizable, one-touch shortcuts and modifiers
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The Wacom Cintiq 22HD Interactive Pen Display is a high quality, versatile professional pen display with a variety of input capabilities. This pen display offers a sleek design along with a high-definition display. This display suits the needs of a variety of everyday professionals from photographers, to designers and artists. Regardless of your profession this extremely capable pen display is sure to please. The large 19.5" x 11.5" display supports up to 16.7 million colors. Each of these colors is displayed brilliantly with 230 cdm brightness support. With 178deg.' horizontal and 89deg. vertical viewing angles you will be able to see your Cintiq HD22 from a variety of angles. This interactive device offers 16-user assignable ExpressKeys to boost productivity by providing quick access to keyboard shortcuts and modifier keys. The integrated ExpressKeys accompanied by the Touch Strip Toggle buttons allow for ambidextrous use for both right and left handed individuals. The pen included with the Cintiq 22HD comes complete with a latex-free silicone rubber with 6 standard, 1 stroke and 3 felt nibs. With pressure a pressure level of 2048 on the pen tip and eraser you can be sure to catch each detail.
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First, the weight. It's about 30 lbs when shipped. It's bulky and cumbersome to move around. Second. It's huge. It takes up a lot of desk space.
However, it's unparalleled technology. No one else makes this product. I was able to put away my pencils, erasers, rulers, markers, light table, tracing paper, scanner and all sorts of other tools by simply using this product. I draw from scratch on this tablet and do everything from start to finish. No other tools needed.
The pen is fantastic to use, it gets warm to the touch but not hot. It's not noisy, it is fully adjustable in position.
If you are serious about digital art, I highly recommend the 22HD Cintiq. While it does take up a lot of real estate, it eliminates the need for several other tools. I can't imagine how I got along without it, although I have to say, make sure you look at the 13"HD as well as it's lighter, smaller and more portable. Also, it's about half the price which never hurts :)
It was in mint condition, was very easy to set up, calibrate, and customize the quick-keys both in general and to specific programs. I have used it with Corel Painter and Photoshop, and I find with Photoshop the response time is just perfect; with Corel there is some lag, which is tolerable, but I work pretty quickly so I think I will stick with Photoshop unless there is a way to calibrate the Cintiq with Corel so it's more responsive. I find working with the Cintiq to be very natural; although some people might be turned off by the anti-glare coating, I don't mind it at all and hardly notice it. Being able to rotate the entire device while you work is also AMAZING. I love everything about it so far.
One thing I do wish Cintiq 22HD have are removable cables instead of built in ones at the back of the screen. I'm always afraid one day I might accidentally snap one of them and have no way of replacing it haha.