- 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: 53 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,432 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)
|Price:||CDN$ 2,559.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
- 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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Push your creativity even further, thanks to the Wacom Cintiq 22HD! Building on the success of the Cintiq 21UX, this Wacom Cintiq 22HD graphics tablet boasts a 21.5-inch H-IPS LCD screen with 1,920-by-1,200-pixel Full HD resolution for perfect colour rep
From the Manufacturer
Cintiq 22HD Creative Pen Display
The Wacom Cintiq 22HD offers a seamless experience for creating and enhancing your digital art thanks to its pressure-sensitive pen and multi-touch gesture control.
The Cintiq 22HD features a 21.5-inch display with a wide viewing angle and a widescreen aspect ratio, ideal for large-format work.
With professional levels of pen-pressure sensitivity and pen-tilt recognition, the Cintiq 22HD provides the same responsiveness and ability to create artistic brush effects as using an actual paintbrush or marker.
In some models, multi-touch gestures make it simple to zoom, pan, rotate, and navigate your work. All models include programmable ExpressKeys and two finger-sensitive Touch Strips provide convenient, one-touch shortcuts, while the adjustable stand lets you position the display just the way you want it.
Dimensions and Weight
This product measures 25.6 by 15.7 by 2.2 inches (H x W x D) and weighs 18.7 pounds. The active display area measures 18.9 by 10.7 inches (H x W).
What's in the Box
Cintiq 22HD, adjustable display stand, grip pen, pen stand, 10 replacement nibs, nib-removal tool, DVI-I to DVI-D cable adapter, USB cable, AC power adapter, power cable, quick-start guide and user manual, and installation CD and software download key.
At a Glance:
- Widescreen 21.5-inch HD display with 16.7 million colors
- Comes in models with and without multi-touch
- Grip Pen recognizes 2,048 levels of pressure
- Tilt angle and pressure for varied line widths and styles
- Touch Strips and toggle buttons control custom functions
- Reclining, rotating display enables comfortable use
Widescreen HD Display for Creative Professionals
Enjoy the precise, intuitive control of on-screen creation with Wacom's pressure- and tilt-sensitive pen. Some models feature multi-touch which is used to zoom, pan, rotate, and navigate your work in supporting applications.
With its generous 21.5-inch HD display, widescreen format, and wide viewing angle, the Cintiq 22HD Creative Pen Display is suited for a variety of creative work, including animation, illustration, photography, design, and motion graphics.
The 21.5-inch HD (1920x1080) display delivers a high-quality visual experience, rendering 16.7 million colors and offering plenty of room to edit, design, and create.
Advanced Pen Sensitivity and Tip Sensor for Fine Detail
The Wacom Grip Pen recognizes 2,048 levels of pen pressure, helping you create natural, subtle artistic details.
By varying the pressure and angle of the pen against the screen, you can dynamically change the exposure, brush size, and line weight, just like with a traditional paintbrush or marker.
The professional-grade Wacom Tip Sensor captures even the most subtle nuances of pressure.
The Grip Pen has customizable side switches that allow you to program common functions into the pen itself.
The pen also recognizes the tilt angle, allowing you to vary the effects created by your pen by changing the angle of your stroke.
Time-Saving, Programmable ExpressKeys
The Cintiq 22HD comes equipped with 16 programmable ExpressKeys that put convenient, application-specific keyboard shortcuts and modifiers at your fingertips. The Show Settings key displays your current key settings on-screen.
Take control of up to four functions--including brush size, zooming, and scrolling--in each of your applications with the rear-mounted, finger-sensitive Touch Strips and Touch Strip toggle buttons.
Adjustable Display for an Ergonomic Workspace
The Cintiq 22HD reclines like an easel, allowing you to find your most comfortable working position. In addition to reclining, the Cintiq 22HD also freely rotates up to 180 degrees in either direction to accommodate your arm's natural drawing movements or quickly change your viewing angle.
If you'd like another option, you can easily remove your Cintiq from the stand and lay it flat on a tabletop or mount it on an articulating arm (sold separately).
|Cintiq 13HD||Cintiq 13HD Touch||Cintiq 22HD||Cintiq 22HD Touch||Cintiq 27QHD||Cintiq 27QHD Touch|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||2560 x 1440||2560 x 1440|
|ExpressKeys||4 User-Assignable||4 User-Assignable||16 User-Assignable||16 User-Assignable||17 User-Assignable||17 User-Assignable|
|Touch Strips / Rings||1 Rocker Ring||1 Rocker Ring||2 Touch Strips||2 Touch Strips||1 Touch Ring (on remote)||1 Touch Ring (on remote)|
|Input||Pen||Pen + multi-touch||Pen||Pen + multi-touch||Pen||Pen + multi-touch|
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Top Customer Reviews
I have a 21" Cintiq in my studio which I use to draw illustrations, and also as my regular monitor screen, either hooked into a desktop mac or my macbook pro. So I was already well aware of the wonder of having a professional monitor drawing tablet. I was just stuck in my studio.
I bought this specifically as I had work deadlines I needed to work on over a 10 day trip. It is almost exactly the same size as my laptop, so I can put one on top of the other, in my backpack, and go out to work anywhere. I bring with me a grounded multiple-socket adapter www.amazon.ca/POWERCURVE-MOBILE-SURGE-PROTECTOR-PORTS/dp/B009ENLUNK/ so I can plug everything into one socket.
I worked in restaurants and cafés, the Bed and Breakfast, my friends' homes, and the airport. It is so wonderful to have a portable graphics tablet that hooks straight into your laptop, which means that all your files are there, all your apps, same as if you are in the studio. I work mostly in Painter and Photoshop.
I found the nonskid surface on the back of it to be great, I'd just lean it up against my laptop keyboard and it never slipped. I don't like the included "stand" though as I find it doesn't stay put and feels flimsy. I just don't use it. The feel of the whole product is solid and well-made. The stylus comes in a lovely hard pen case, unlike my 21" stylus.
I do wish it could be plugged into the laptop to power it, or had a battery, since I would have liked to be able to use it where there wasn't an AC socket available, or outside.Read more ›
I did a lot of research before buying this item, because it's quite pricey. I read about weary things like, 'it makes a high pitched ringing noise', and 'it gets quite hot over time' and 'the touch function is hard to make use of' and 'the parallax between the distance of the pen and the output is annoying'... NOT THE CASE!! Perhaps there were problems with noise and heat in the early first days of release--I don't know. But THIS MONITOR IS AWESOME. It has NEVER felt like it heated up, even after a full day's use. I don't HEAR any noise coming off it, (I'm very attuned to that stuff, almost to the point of being OCD,) and I find the touch and parallax are not really problems at all, it just takes a little getting use to.
The Cintiq 22HD Touch has increased my productivity, and I generally feel happier to work on my computer all day long because the workflow is more intuitive. I'm so happy with this purchase, it's silly. Yup, that's my high opinion of this very welcomed addition to my studio space.
NOTE: you will want to get a keyboard and mouse to go along with it. I'm using a Macbook Pro, which sits behind it, acting as a second monitor; and I added the Apple Magic Trackpad, and the Wireless Keyboard, both of which are very good on batteries and make the experience all the more seamless, (sometimes you're not wanting to reach up and poke the screen, it's very good to have the Magic Trackpad).
TL;DR - It's a very nice tablet and you undoubtedly will enjoy it, but if you don't care about the name brand or how much customizability Wacom offers you, you can find significantly cheaper alternatives.
If you're looking for a tablet to to digital art, keep in mind that you have a fairly wide variety of options at your disposal, and you don't need to be spending close to $1,000USD on it. If you're comfortable with using a non-screen baring tablet like a Bamboo or an Intuos, then you can spend anywhere from $30 to $150 on a decent model. Ones with screen are understandably more expensive, with some of the 20-25 inch screens going for around $500 to $2,000. Always be ready to shop around and check customer testimonials; I've heard good things about the Huion 22 inch model, check some comparison videos on YouTube.
In the end I wound up going with this because I found no appeal in a 22 inch screen compared to 13, and I was comfortable spending a bit extra to go with a brand with a good record of customer service; given that other names like Yiynova are situated in China, I wasn't about to start messing around with them should anything go wrong. Incidentally something did go wrong with my first Cintiq that I ordered through Amazon. The screen fizzled out and became unresponsive in less than 24 hours after unboxing. I figure it was just some faulty circuitry and I received a free replacement with little hassle.
One thing to note about this is that the screen is not smooth glass, rather it's slightly texturized to give it more friction or "bite".Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
Still the best brand name in the graphic tablet in the industry. It's more expensive, but you get what you pay for.Published 8 days ago by Jay Sese
Awesome piece of hardware but there are some bugs in it; for example it keeps toggling back to touch screen mode and I don't want that. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jules
is for my daughter she like it she enjoy drawing and art no complaint at allPublished 1 month ago by Patrick
Although, bought as a reduced item (Packaging was slightly damaged, but content was in pristine condition), the unit worked as expected. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mic
I love it so much. The customizing options will keep you experimenting for weeks.
I can't believe there's no degauss option!!
Loved it! Perfect size to carry around. Light. Easy set up. 5/5Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer