Thursday 21 March 2019

Wacom launches new flagship Cintiq at CES

DUBAI, January 7, 2015

Wacom, a Japan-based interactive pen displays and digital drawing tablets manufacturer, has launched the Cintiq 27QHD and Cintiq 27QHD touch to meet the increasing demands of creative professionals.

Featuring the very best in pen-on-screen performance, Wacom’s new flagship Cintiq will delight artists and designers with its large, edge-to-edge glass working surface, colour and attention to ergonomics, said a statement.

The 27-inch display delivers a seemingly infinite surface, literally letting artists and designers see the bigger picture, it said.

To help support a natural and intuitive workflow, the Cintiq 27’s new ExpressKey Remote, which can be placed anywhere on the screen or desk, gives users more flexibility and power as to how, when and where customisable keyboard shortcuts and modifiers are implemented.

Additionally, the Cintiq 27 offers a variety of stand options, providing users the freedom and flexibility to comfortably work with the Cintiq at varying angles for hours and hours.

The professionals with colour critical workflows will benefit from the Cintiq 27QHD’s life-like colour quality which displays 1.07 billion colours and 97 per cent of Adobe's colour gamut.  The Cintiq is the creative tool of choice as artists can be certain that the colours match the printing or other output phases of a project, with regard to any high-end creative production in art, design, image editing and 3D animation.

It features the Wacom Colour Manager, Powered by X-Rite (purchased as an accessory at the Wacom eStore), that sets the colour and allows for fine tuning them for a near exact match.  

Without any physical or visual clutter on the work surface, users can enjoy more space and freedom for creativity than ever before.

The extra wide viewing angle will enable designers, artists, game or film developers to create rich, detailed, large-scale work directly on the screen. Users can incorporate different pen nibs to increase the natural feel, including the felt nibs, which provide a realistic pen on paper feel.

The Cintiq 27QHD will enable users to enhance and speed up their workflow, as they benefit from a combination of pen, multi-touch (Cintiq 27QHD touch), on-screen controls and a Radial Menu.

The pen performance remains the key ingredient to the whole creative pen display experience and the Cintiq’s Pro Pen emulates the feel of a traditional brush or marker.

The users can draw, paint, design and edit directly on screen with the Wacom pen and its 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. - TradeArabia News Service

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