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Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB

Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB

Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
Wacom DTK2420K0 Cintiq Pro 24 Creative Pen Display – 4K Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Pen Pressure and 99% Adobe RGB
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Features

  • Wacom's most natural and advanced pen performance with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, eraser and virtually lag free tracking
  • 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 px) is packed into a 24 LCD display with superb color accuracy (99 percentage of Adobe RGB)
  • The Express Key Remote puts 17 programmable buttons within easy reach; The on screen keypad and the radial menus offer further one touch shortcuts
  • The etched glass screen reduces glare and reflections while providing a distinct, tactile experience as you draw, mimicking the feel of a pen on paper
  • Connect Cintiq Pro to your Mac or PC with the included USB C cable or use the included Wacom Link and cables to connect via Mini DisplayPort or standard USB; Windows 10 and Mac OS compatible
  • Industry standard presets: 6500 degree K white point default

Description

Use Creative Pen Display for absolute harmony with your work. Power Supply Output: 19.5V / 9.23A.


Standing screen display size 23.6 Inches


Graphics Coprocessor ADOBE RGB/ CIE1976


Average Battery Life (in hours) 6 Hours


Brand Wacom


Item model number DTK2420K0


Operating System Windows, macOS/OS X


Item Weight 15.87 pounds


Product Dimensions 26.65 x 15.5 x 1.9 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 26.65 x 15.5 x 1.9 inches


Color Black


Rear Webcam Resolution 16 Lines Per Inch


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


ASIN B07BDDYK99


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 130 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #219 in Computer Graphics Tablets


Date First Available February 27, 2018


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Features

  • Wacom's most natural and advanced pen performance with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, eraser and virtually lag free tracking
  • 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 px) is packed into a 24 LCD display with superb color accuracy (99 percentage of Adobe RGB)
  • The Express Key Remote puts 17 programmable buttons within easy reach; The on screen keypad and the radial menus offer further one touch shortcuts
  • The etched glass screen reduces glare and reflections while providing a distinct, tactile experience as you draw, mimicking the feel of a pen on paper
  • Connect Cintiq Pro to your Mac or PC with the included USB C cable or use the included Wacom Link and cables to connect via Mini DisplayPort or standard USB; Windows 10 and Mac OS compatible
  • Industry standard presets: 6500 degree K white point default

Description

Use Creative Pen Display for absolute harmony with your work. Power Supply Output: 19.5V / 9.23A.


Standing screen display size 23.6 Inches


Graphics Coprocessor ADOBE RGB/ CIE1976


Average Battery Life (in hours) 6 Hours


Brand Wacom


Item model number DTK2420K0


Operating System Windows, macOS/OS X


Item Weight 15.87 pounds


Product Dimensions 26.65 x 15.5 x 1.9 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 26.65 x 15.5 x 1.9 inches


Color Black


Rear Webcam Resolution 16 Lines Per Inch


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


ASIN B07BDDYK99


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 130 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #219 in Computer Graphics Tablets


Date First Available February 27, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Wacom's most natural and advanced pen performance with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, eraser and virtually lag free tracking
  • 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 px) is packed into a 24 LCD display with superb color accuracy (99 percentage of Adobe RGB)
  • The Express Key Remote puts 17 programmable buttons within easy reach; The on screen keypad and the radial menus offer further one touch shortcuts
  • The etched glass screen reduces glare and reflections while providing a distinct, tactile experience as you draw, mimicking the feel of a pen on paper
  • Connect Cintiq Pro to your Mac or PC with the included USB C cable or use the included Wacom Link and cables to connect via Mini DisplayPort or standard USB; Windows 10 and Mac OS compatible
  • Industry standard presets: 6500 degree K white point default

Description

Use Creative Pen Display for absolute harmony with your work. Power Supply Output: 19.5V / 9.23A.


Standing screen display size 23.6 Inches


Graphics Coprocessor ADOBE RGB/ CIE1976


Average Battery Life (in hours) 6 Hours


Brand Wacom


Item model number DTK2420K0


Operating System Windows, macOS/OS X


Item Weight 15.87 pounds


Product Dimensions 26.65 x 15.5 x 1.9 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 26.65 x 15.5 x 1.9 inches


Color Black


Rear Webcam Resolution 16 Lines Per Inch


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


ASIN B07BDDYK99


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 130 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #219 in Computer Graphics Tablets


Date First Available February 27, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews I am very upset that I paid for a 2000+ dollar product only to discover that it has several very noticeable dead pixels, I was so excited to use this tablet too... I will most likely be returning it.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Dead Pixels;;Luke C. Suarez;;;*UPDATE* - After having this tablet for a little over 10 months it died the other day. A Weird yellow spot formed in the lower left corner and grew larger before the tablet died. Tablet has been sent off for an RMA. Hopefully they can fix it. It's pretty poor form to having something cost 2 grand and fail in under a year. Downgrading the score to a 3 for now. Had this tablet now for over a month and I think it's safe to say that this is by far the best drawing experience you can have on PC. I've always disliked the earlier Cintiq models, mainly due to their small size and small resolution. Seeing wacom revise their older Cintiqs to be in line with new 4k screen tech and be of a much larger size and all that I decided to take the plunge. A $2000 plunge, mind you. So onto the actual review: The Pros; - The 24 pro is big. Like, really big. I didn't think it would be that big and was opting for the 32 for more screen real estate but the 24 has more than enough room. Make sure you have a deep enough desk to be able to accommodate this beast of a tablet. - The 4k screen is very crisp and it feels great to be up close to your artwork. The etched glass gives you a nice feel when either drawing or animating. - The Pro pen 2 is fantastic. Possibly the best pen to draw with. At first I wasn't so sure about the 8000+ levels of pressure, and really who needs that many? But using the pen felt really natural, brush strokes are quick and crisp (depending on what program and smoothing you're using) and if you require more traction on the screen then you can swap over to the 4 felt nibs it comes with. It's pretty lightweight too, not as heavy as the previous pens. - Speaking of pens, almost all other wacom pens are compatible with the new Cintiq pros, so if you don't like the pro pen 2 you can go back and use older pens (with less accuracy and pressure levels of course.) - Comes with two built in legs that can pop up to give you some elevation, around 30-40 degrees, so a stand isn't that necessary. - Has 4 usb ports, 2 on each side, an SD card reader and a headphone jack. It can connect to your pc (or mac) via USB C, or HDMI/Display port /USB 3.0. Plenty of connectivity options. - Comes with 2 pen holders, one is a dome base with built in nib remover and 10 pen nibs ( 4 felt and 6 plastic ) and one is a little plastic tab that can plug into 2 positions on the top of the tablet. - The express key remote is pretty handy, comes with 17 programmable keys, which should be more than enough for any artist. It's also magnetic, so it can stick to the two bottom left and right halves of the tablet. The battery charge on it is also pretty good. I've gone a week and a half without having it go below 50% charge. The Cons: - The screen is great, however, the etched glass produces a weird 'rainbow' effect of pixels. If you've used photoshops noise tool, imagine having an overlay of that on the screen at 4-5% opacity. It's not bad and you get used to it after a while, but it could annoy some. - The Pro comes with built in fans, and the higher you have the screen brightness the longer, and louder, they become. I had brightness above 50% and they could stay on for 1-5 mins and be quite distracting. Keeping the brightness at 25% (which is still pretty bright for the screen mind you) keeps the fan noise nice and quiet. - Wacom claims 'virtually no parallax'. There is parallax, and it's VERY noticeable at steep angles, not so much straight on. Calibrating the pen can help reduce this if it's an issue for you. - The Wacom drivers can be a pain. I'd had my express key remove reset to default several times a day for no apparent reason and the pen calibration tool can be a bit wonky, so it's best to make a backup of your config so you can restore your settings on the fly. - The Felt nibs aren't as sturdy as they used to be. I've gone through a felt nib at least once a week. The etched glass just eats them up, not so much the standard plastic nibs. - Even though it does come with the 2 legs to help prop it up, it's still not enough. Having to hunch over when you draw/animate does numbers on your back. I Propped mine up on some books and seemed to help, but having a stand included would have been nice. - And now, the biggest issue. The price. At a base of $2000 for the non touch, $2500 for touch, and a wallet melting $3300 for the 32, this drawing tablet is a massive investment. If you cannot afford it, don't break your back to get one, stick with what you have. All in all though, I absolutely LOVE this thing. I highly recommend this tablet to professionals who are looking to upgrade from older Cintiqs. The large 24" work area and 4k resolution make it well worth it.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;The best drawing experience on PC, though comes with a hefty price;;Leurez;;;I've had this Display now for a few days (Pro 24) and I am so glad I made this purchase. 32 model would have been a dream but over $3k for it...just not going to happen anytime soon. The Pro 24 has plenty of work area to make you forget about the 32 once you get started working on it. It is by far the smoothest pen display I have worked on. The 4K display is just beautiful to work on. PS, Maya and Zbrush are so much more enjoyable on 4K. Pros: Everything. UPDATE 10-20-2018 Cons: Price, with Wacoms you pay a premium....but at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. The builds are usually rock solid. Have had this display now since the first week of launch and had 0 issues with it. Driver updates are rolled out enough to where no issues should come up in the future. Wacoms vesa mount finally was released and I jumped on it as soon as it was available. Build is again rock solid. adds a bit of weight to the display as my Ergotron arm LX will not support both the adapter and displays combined weight which was a bit of a bummer as the display alone comes in just shy of the limit of the LX arm. Wacom has it's own arm set to release soon. However it is simply a rebranded Ergotron HX arm with the custom wacom adapter built it. Which means that in the future you want to take the arm and use it on a different display...you will not be able to due to the custom wacom adapter built in. So save yourself $100+ and get the regular Ergotron HX arm and use the wacom adapter. Combined they are still cheaper than the wacom adapter + wacom arm and the wacom stand.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best Wacom so far. UPDATE 10-20-2018;;rafael murillo;;;The screen quality has been very disappointing. I'm now buying a 3rd one hoping it doesn't have black specks in the screen, dead pixels, and severe backlight bleed.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;defective. over and over;;SensibleSam;;;I have purchased 2 of these now and returned both, It seems that this first batch has poor quality. Between multiple dead pixels and dust behind the screen on both of the Cintiqs i don't think i will try my luck again.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;It seems that this first batch has poor quality. Between multiple dead pixels and dust behind ...;;Charles A. Holt IV;;;The Wacom Pro 24 and 32 are the new flagship pen-displays from Wacom. You can imagine my disappointment when I initially received a unit with dead pixels; there were some initial manufacturing hiccups with the first run of these which Wacom has now sorted out. My dealer put me in touch with Wacom's support team and Wacom quickly replaced my unit with a perfect one. The display is beautiful and the feel of the pen on the screen excellent for that pencil-on-paper simulation. The low initial force to make a line give a great range of pressure-to-line-weight response. Wacom's patented process for reducing the parallax between pen and display to near zero is truly amazing. I mostly use this device for sculpting in Zbrush and editing textures in Photoshop. Having used many Wacom pen-displays over the years, this is clearly the best yet. These units do not come with a VESA mount, but there are a few solutions readily available as well as easy solutions to be home-brewed from sturdy materials such as 1/4" ABS. I have been informed that a third-party steel VESA adapter plate for the Cintiq Pro line is in the works. EDIT: A steel adapter plate is now available: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C7HWX9S There is some fan noise (a little, but it can be notices in an especially quiet room.) I do not find it annoying and it's the trade-off for keeping the screen nice and cool for hours of use. (I used to have an older Cintiq which was quite warm...) The level of noise will likely be modulated in a future firmware update.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A new flagship unit from Wacom;;Kerwin Rabbitroo

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Luke C. Suarez - Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2018
Dead Pixels
I am very upset that I paid for a 2000+ dollar product only to discover that it has several very noticeable dead pixels, I was so excited to use this tablet too... I will most likely be returning it.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Leurez - Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2018
The best drawing experience on PC, though comes with a hefty price
*UPDATE* - After having this tablet for a little over 10 months it died the other day. A Weird yellow spot formed in the lower left corner and grew larger before the tablet died. Tablet has been sent off for an RMA. Hopefully they can fix it. It's pretty poor form to having something cost 2 grand and fail in under a year. Downgrading the score to a 3 for now. Had this tablet now for over a month and I think it's safe to say that this is by far the best drawing experience you can have on PC. I've always disliked the earlier Cintiq models, mainly due to their small size and small resolution. Seeing wacom revise their older Cintiqs to be in line with new 4k screen tech and be of a much larger size and all that I decided to take the plunge. A $2000 plunge, mind you. So onto the actual review: The Pros; - The 24 pro is big. Like, really big. I didn't think it would be that big and was opting for the 32 for more screen real estate but the 24 has more than enough room. Make sure you have a deep enough desk to be able to accommodate this beast of a tablet. - The 4k screen is very crisp and it feels great to be up close to your artwork. The etched glass gives you a nice feel when either drawing or animating. - The Pro pen 2 is fantastic. Possibly the best pen to draw with. At first I wasn't so sure about the 8000+ levels of pressure, and really who needs that many? But using the pen felt really natural, brush strokes are quick and crisp (depending on what program and smoothing you're using) and if you require more traction on the screen then you can swap over to the 4 felt nibs it comes with. It's pretty lightweight too, not as heavy as the previous pens. - Speaking of pens, almost all other wacom pens are compatible with the new Cintiq pros, so if you don't like the pro pen 2 you can go back and use older pens (with less accuracy and pressure levels of course.) - Comes with two built in legs that can pop up to give you some elevation, around 30-40 degrees, so a stand isn't that necessary. - Has 4 usb ports, 2 on each side, an SD card reader and a headphone jack. It can connect to your pc (or mac) via USB C, or HDMI/Display port /USB 3.0. Plenty of connectivity options. - Comes with 2 pen holders, one is a dome base with built in nib remover and 10 pen nibs ( 4 felt and 6 plastic ) and one is a little plastic tab that can plug into 2 positions on the top of the tablet. - The express key remote is pretty handy, comes with 17 programmable keys, which should be more than enough for any artist. It's also magnetic, so it can stick to the two bottom left and right halves of the tablet. The battery charge on it is also pretty good. I've gone a week and a half without having it go below 50% charge. The Cons: - The screen is great, however, the etched glass produces a weird 'rainbow' effect of pixels. If you've used photoshops noise tool, imagine having an overlay of that on the screen at 4-5% opacity. It's not bad and you get used to it after a while, but it could annoy some. - The Pro comes with built in fans, and the higher you have the screen brightness the longer, and louder, they become. I had brightness above 50% and they could stay on for 1-5 mins and be quite distracting. Keeping the brightness at 25% (which is still pretty bright for the screen mind you) keeps the fan noise nice and quiet. - Wacom claims 'virtually no parallax'. There is parallax, and it's VERY noticeable at steep angles, not so much straight on. Calibrating the pen can help reduce this if it's an issue for you. - The Wacom drivers can be a pain. I'd had my express key remove reset to default several times a day for no apparent reason and the pen calibration tool can be a bit wonky, so it's best to make a backup of your config so you can restore your settings on the fly. - The Felt nibs aren't as sturdy as they used to be. I've gone through a felt nib at least once a week. The etched glass just eats them up, not so much the standard plastic nibs. - Even though it does come with the 2 legs to help prop it up, it's still not enough. Having to hunch over when you draw/animate does numbers on your back. I Propped mine up on some books and seemed to help, but having a stand included would have been nice. - And now, the biggest issue. The price. At a base of $2000 for the non touch, $2500 for touch, and a wallet melting $3300 for the 32, this drawing tablet is a massive investment. If you cannot afford it, don't break your back to get one, stick with what you have. All in all though, I absolutely LOVE this thing. I highly recommend this tablet to professionals who are looking to upgrade from older Cintiqs. The large 24" work area and 4k resolution make it well worth it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By rafael murillo - Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2018
Best Wacom so far. UPDATE 10-20-2018
I've had this Display now for a few days (Pro 24) and I am so glad I made this purchase. 32 model would have been a dream but over $3k for it...just not going to happen anytime soon. The Pro 24 has plenty of work area to make you forget about the 32 once you get started working on it. It is by far the smoothest pen display I have worked on. The 4K display is just beautiful to work on. PS, Maya and Zbrush are so much more enjoyable on 4K. Pros: Everything. UPDATE 10-20-2018 Cons: Price, with Wacoms you pay a premium....but at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. The builds are usually rock solid. Have had this display now since the first week of launch and had 0 issues with it. Driver updates are rolled out enough to where no issues should come up in the future. Wacoms vesa mount finally was released and I jumped on it as soon as it was available. Build is again rock solid. adds a bit of weight to the display as my Ergotron arm LX will not support both the adapter and displays combined weight which was a bit of a bummer as the display alone comes in just shy of the limit of the LX arm. Wacom has it's own arm set to release soon. However it is simply a rebranded Ergotron HX arm with the custom wacom adapter built it. Which means that in the future you want to take the arm and use it on a different display...you will not be able to due to the custom wacom adapter built in. So save yourself $100+ and get the regular Ergotron HX arm and use the wacom adapter. Combined they are still cheaper than the wacom adapter + wacom arm and the wacom stand.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By SensibleSam - Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2018
defective. over and over
The screen quality has been very disappointing. I'm now buying a 3rd one hoping it doesn't have black specks in the screen, dead pixels, and severe backlight bleed.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Charles A. Holt IV - Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2018
It seems that this first batch has poor quality. Between multiple dead pixels and dust behind ...
I have purchased 2 of these now and returned both, It seems that this first batch has poor quality. Between multiple dead pixels and dust behind the screen on both of the Cintiqs i don't think i will try my luck again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kerwin Rabbitroo - Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2018
A new flagship unit from Wacom
The Wacom Pro 24 and 32 are the new flagship pen-displays from Wacom. You can imagine my disappointment when I initially received a unit with dead pixels; there were some initial manufacturing hiccups with the first run of these which Wacom has now sorted out. My dealer put me in touch with Wacom's support team and Wacom quickly replaced my unit with a perfect one. The display is beautiful and the feel of the pen on the screen excellent for that pencil-on-paper simulation. The low initial force to make a line give a great range of pressure-to-line-weight response. Wacom's patented process for reducing the parallax between pen and display to near zero is truly amazing. I mostly use this device for sculpting in Zbrush and editing textures in Photoshop. Having used many Wacom pen-displays over the years, this is clearly the best yet. These units do not come with a VESA mount, but there are a few solutions readily available as well as easy solutions to be home-brewed from sturdy materials such as 1/4" ABS. I have been informed that a third-party steel VESA adapter plate for the Cintiq Pro line is in the works. EDIT: A steel adapter plate is now available: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C7HWX9S There is some fan noise (a little, but it can be notices in an especially quiet room.) I do not find it annoying and it's the trade-off for keeping the screen nice and cool for hours of use. (I used to have an older Cintiq which was quite warm...) The level of noise will likely be modulated in a future firmware update.

Recent Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Luke C. Suarez - Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2018
Dead Pixels
I am very upset that I paid for a 2000+ dollar product only to discover that it has several very noticeable dead pixels, I was so excited to use this tablet too... I will most likely be returning it.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Leurez - Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2018
The best drawing experience on PC, though comes with a hefty price
*UPDATE* - After having this tablet for a little over 10 months it died the other day. A Weird yellow spot formed in the lower left corner and grew larger before the tablet died. Tablet has been sent off for an RMA. Hopefully they can fix it. It's pretty poor form to having something cost 2 grand and fail in under a year. Downgrading the score to a 3 for now. Had this tablet now for over a month and I think it's safe to say that this is by far the best drawing experience you can have on PC. I've always disliked the earlier Cintiq models, mainly due to their small size and small resolution. Seeing wacom revise their older Cintiqs to be in line with new 4k screen tech and be of a much larger size and all that I decided to take the plunge. A $2000 plunge, mind you. So onto the actual review: The Pros; - The 24 pro is big. Like, really big. I didn't think it would be that big and was opting for the 32 for more screen real estate but the 24 has more than enough room. Make sure you have a deep enough desk to be able to accommodate this beast of a tablet. - The 4k screen is very crisp and it feels great to be up close to your artwork. The etched glass gives you a nice feel when either drawing or animating. - The Pro pen 2 is fantastic. Possibly the best pen to draw with. At first I wasn't so sure about the 8000+ levels of pressure, and really who needs that many? But using the pen felt really natural, brush strokes are quick and crisp (depending on what program and smoothing you're using) and if you require more traction on the screen then you can swap over to the 4 felt nibs it comes with. It's pretty lightweight too, not as heavy as the previous pens. - Speaking of pens, almost all other wacom pens are compatible with the new Cintiq pros, so if you don't like the pro pen 2 you can go back and use older pens (with less accuracy and pressure levels of course.) - Comes with two built in legs that can pop up to give you some elevation, around 30-40 degrees, so a stand isn't that necessary. - Has 4 usb ports, 2 on each side, an SD card reader and a headphone jack. It can connect to your pc (or mac) via USB C, or HDMI/Display port /USB 3.0. Plenty of connectivity options. - Comes with 2 pen holders, one is a dome base with built in nib remover and 10 pen nibs ( 4 felt and 6 plastic ) and one is a little plastic tab that can plug into 2 positions on the top of the tablet. - The express key remote is pretty handy, comes with 17 programmable keys, which should be more than enough for any artist. It's also magnetic, so it can stick to the two bottom left and right halves of the tablet. The battery charge on it is also pretty good. I've gone a week and a half without having it go below 50% charge. The Cons: - The screen is great, however, the etched glass produces a weird 'rainbow' effect of pixels. If you've used photoshops noise tool, imagine having an overlay of that on the screen at 4-5% opacity. It's not bad and you get used to it after a while, but it could annoy some. - The Pro comes with built in fans, and the higher you have the screen brightness the longer, and louder, they become. I had brightness above 50% and they could stay on for 1-5 mins and be quite distracting. Keeping the brightness at 25% (which is still pretty bright for the screen mind you) keeps the fan noise nice and quiet. - Wacom claims 'virtually no parallax'. There is parallax, and it's VERY noticeable at steep angles, not so much straight on. Calibrating the pen can help reduce this if it's an issue for you. - The Wacom drivers can be a pain. I'd had my express key remove reset to default several times a day for no apparent reason and the pen calibration tool can be a bit wonky, so it's best to make a backup of your config so you can restore your settings on the fly. - The Felt nibs aren't as sturdy as they used to be. I've gone through a felt nib at least once a week. The etched glass just eats them up, not so much the standard plastic nibs. - Even though it does come with the 2 legs to help prop it up, it's still not enough. Having to hunch over when you draw/animate does numbers on your back. I Propped mine up on some books and seemed to help, but having a stand included would have been nice. - And now, the biggest issue. The price. At a base of $2000 for the non touch, $2500 for touch, and a wallet melting $3300 for the 32, this drawing tablet is a massive investment. If you cannot afford it, don't break your back to get one, stick with what you have. All in all though, I absolutely LOVE this thing. I highly recommend this tablet to professionals who are looking to upgrade from older Cintiqs. The large 24" work area and 4k resolution make it well worth it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By rafael murillo - Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2018
Best Wacom so far. UPDATE 10-20-2018
I've had this Display now for a few days (Pro 24) and I am so glad I made this purchase. 32 model would have been a dream but over $3k for it...just not going to happen anytime soon. The Pro 24 has plenty of work area to make you forget about the 32 once you get started working on it. It is by far the smoothest pen display I have worked on. The 4K display is just beautiful to work on. PS, Maya and Zbrush are so much more enjoyable on 4K. Pros: Everything. UPDATE 10-20-2018 Cons: Price, with Wacoms you pay a premium....but at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. The builds are usually rock solid. Have had this display now since the first week of launch and had 0 issues with it. Driver updates are rolled out enough to where no issues should come up in the future. Wacoms vesa mount finally was released and I jumped on it as soon as it was available. Build is again rock solid. adds a bit of weight to the display as my Ergotron arm LX will not support both the adapter and displays combined weight which was a bit of a bummer as the display alone comes in just shy of the limit of the LX arm. Wacom has it's own arm set to release soon. However it is simply a rebranded Ergotron HX arm with the custom wacom adapter built it. Which means that in the future you want to take the arm and use it on a different display...you will not be able to due to the custom wacom adapter built in. So save yourself $100+ and get the regular Ergotron HX arm and use the wacom adapter. Combined they are still cheaper than the wacom adapter + wacom arm and the wacom stand.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By SensibleSam - Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2018
defective. over and over
The screen quality has been very disappointing. I'm now buying a 3rd one hoping it doesn't have black specks in the screen, dead pixels, and severe backlight bleed.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Charles A. Holt IV - Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2018
It seems that this first batch has poor quality. Between multiple dead pixels and dust behind ...
I have purchased 2 of these now and returned both, It seems that this first batch has poor quality. Between multiple dead pixels and dust behind the screen on both of the Cintiqs i don't think i will try my luck again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kerwin Rabbitroo - Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2018
A new flagship unit from Wacom
The Wacom Pro 24 and 32 are the new flagship pen-displays from Wacom. You can imagine my disappointment when I initially received a unit with dead pixels; there were some initial manufacturing hiccups with the first run of these which Wacom has now sorted out. My dealer put me in touch with Wacom's support team and Wacom quickly replaced my unit with a perfect one. The display is beautiful and the feel of the pen on the screen excellent for that pencil-on-paper simulation. The low initial force to make a line give a great range of pressure-to-line-weight response. Wacom's patented process for reducing the parallax between pen and display to near zero is truly amazing. I mostly use this device for sculpting in Zbrush and editing textures in Photoshop. Having used many Wacom pen-displays over the years, this is clearly the best yet. These units do not come with a VESA mount, but there are a few solutions readily available as well as easy solutions to be home-brewed from sturdy materials such as 1/4" ABS. I have been informed that a third-party steel VESA adapter plate for the Cintiq Pro line is in the works. EDIT: A steel adapter plate is now available: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C7HWX9S There is some fan noise (a little, but it can be notices in an especially quiet room.) I do not find it annoying and it's the trade-off for keeping the screen nice and cool for hours of use. (I used to have an older Cintiq which was quite warm...) The level of noise will likely be modulated in a future firmware update.