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Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray

Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray

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Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
Wacom DTH1320AK0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display with Link Plus, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray
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Size: 13"


Style: Cintiq Pro New


Features

  • Remarkable clarity with a full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, 13 inches display and superior color quality (87 percentage Adobe RGB)
  • Connect to any Mac or PC with a single USB C cable (included) to a USB C port for both video and data
  • Wacom's most natural and advanced pen performance with 4x greater accuracy and pressure sensitivity and virtually lag free tracking
  • Multi touch gestures, customizable express keys (available with optional express key remote), radial menus and 1 touch shortcuts to speed your workflow
  • The authentic feel and artistic control of the Wacom Pro Pen 2 on the etched glass screen; PC: Windows 7 or later Mac: OS X 10.10 or later

Description

Size:13" | Style:Cintiq Pro New For professional artists and designers who want to add a world class pen on screen creative experience to their Mac or PC, Wacom Cintiq Pro offers Wacom's most powerful array of capabilities in a high performance 13.3" creative pen display. The Cintiq Pro 13 features the Wacom Pro pen 2 with 4X higher pen accuracy and pressure sensitivity, High resolution display (1920 x 1080) and exceptional color performance (87 percent Adobe RGB) in a compact display. In addition to a Complete range of helpful creative features such as on screen radial menus and multi touch controls, the new Cintiq Pro 13 attaches easily to your Mac or PC with a simple USB connection. It has never been so easy to experience the Joy of creating with the powerful new Wacom Cintiq Pro System Requirements PC: Windows 7 SP1 or later MacOS 10.10 or later, Intel processor, USB C port for optimum performance (or mini DisplayPort and USB port), internet access. Max. Power Consumption - 20 W, 3 W or less when asleep 0.5 W or less in sleep mode (USB non-connected) or OFF mode.


Standing screen display size: 13 Inches


Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080


Average Battery Life (in hours): 5 years


Brand: Wacom


Item model number: DTH1320AK0


Operating System: Windows 7 or later; Mac OS X 10.10 or later


Item Weight: 2.43 pounds


Product Dimensions: 14.17 x 9.25 x 0.55 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 14.17 x 9.25 x 0.55 inches


Color: Gray


Rear Webcam Resolution: 12 MP


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Manufacturer: Wacom Technology Corporation


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: May 28, 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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Size: 13"


Style: Cintiq Pro New


Features

  • Remarkable clarity with a full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, 13 inches display and superior color quality (87 percentage Adobe RGB)
  • Connect to any Mac or PC with a single USB C cable (included) to a USB C port for both video and data
  • Wacom's most natural and advanced pen performance with 4x greater accuracy and pressure sensitivity and virtually lag free tracking
  • Multi touch gestures, customizable express keys (available with optional express key remote), radial menus and 1 touch shortcuts to speed your workflow
  • The authentic feel and artistic control of the Wacom Pro Pen 2 on the etched glass screen; PC: Windows 7 or later Mac: OS X 10.10 or later

Description

Size:13" | Style:Cintiq Pro New For professional artists and designers who want to add a world class pen on screen creative experience to their Mac or PC, Wacom Cintiq Pro offers Wacom's most powerful array of capabilities in a high performance 13.3" creative pen display. The Cintiq Pro 13 features the Wacom Pro pen 2 with 4X higher pen accuracy and pressure sensitivity, High resolution display (1920 x 1080) and exceptional color performance (87 percent Adobe RGB) in a compact display. In addition to a Complete range of helpful creative features such as on screen radial menus and multi touch controls, the new Cintiq Pro 13 attaches easily to your Mac or PC with a simple USB connection. It has never been so easy to experience the Joy of creating with the powerful new Wacom Cintiq Pro System Requirements PC: Windows 7 SP1 or later MacOS 10.10 or later, Intel processor, USB C port for optimum performance (or mini DisplayPort and USB port), internet access. Max. Power Consumption - 20 W, 3 W or less when asleep 0.5 W or less in sleep mode (USB non-connected) or OFF mode.


Standing screen display size: 13 Inches


Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080


Average Battery Life (in hours): 5 years


Brand: Wacom


Item model number: DTH1320AK0


Operating System: Windows 7 or later; Mac OS X 10.10 or later


Item Weight: 2.43 pounds


Product Dimensions: 14.17 x 9.25 x 0.55 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 14.17 x 9.25 x 0.55 inches


Color: Gray


Rear Webcam Resolution: 12 MP


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Manufacturer: Wacom Technology Corporation


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: May 28, 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.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

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

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Remarkable clarity with a full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, 13 inches display and superior color quality (87 percentage Adobe RGB)
  • Connect to any Mac or PC with a single USB C cable (included) to a USB C port for both video and data
  • Wacom's most natural and advanced pen performance with 4x greater accuracy and pressure sensitivity and virtually lag free tracking
  • Multi touch gestures, customizable express keys (available with optional express key remote), radial menus and 1 touch shortcuts to speed your workflow
  • The authentic feel and artistic control of the Wacom Pro Pen 2 on the etched glass screen; PC: Windows 7 or later Mac: OS X 10.10 or later

Description

Size:13" | Style:Cintiq Pro New For professional artists and designers who want to add a world class pen on screen creative experience to their Mac or PC, Wacom Cintiq Pro offers Wacom's most powerful array of capabilities in a high performance 13.3" creative pen display. The Cintiq Pro 13 features the Wacom Pro pen 2 with 4X higher pen accuracy and pressure sensitivity, High resolution display (1920 x 1080) and exceptional color performance (87 percent Adobe RGB) in a compact display. In addition to a Complete range of helpful creative features such as on screen radial menus and multi touch controls, the new Cintiq Pro 13 attaches easily to your Mac or PC with a simple USB connection. It has never been so easy to experience the Joy of creating with the powerful new Wacom Cintiq Pro System Requirements PC: Windows 7 SP1 or later MacOS 10.10 or later, Intel processor, USB C port for optimum performance (or mini DisplayPort and USB port), internet access. Max. Power Consumption - 20 W, 3 W or less when asleep 0.5 W or less in sleep mode (USB non-connected) or OFF mode.


Standing screen display size: 13 Inches


Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080


Average Battery Life (in hours): 5 years


Brand: Wacom


Item model number: DTH1320AK0


Operating System: Windows 7 or later; Mac OS X 10.10 or later


Item Weight: 2.43 pounds


Product Dimensions: 14.17 x 9.25 x 0.55 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 14.17 x 9.25 x 0.55 inches


Color: Gray


Rear Webcam Resolution: 12 MP


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Manufacturer: Wacom Technology Corporation


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: May 28, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

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

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By G - Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2018
Worth the price, but terrible drivers/setup
Right away, this thing is beautiful and VERY nice. It is my first cintiq but not my first wacom product. I have used the cheapest intuous and an Intuos draw. While the others were good for the price this one just blows them both away. The screen is beautiful, the sensitivity is near perfect, the weight is just fair for its abilities. But... it was a pain to get set up. As of writing this the Wacom drivers are 3.30.(something) and they just break my drawing app (painttoolsai). I had to spend a day looking up what the issue could be and eventually just found older drivers (3.29.something) and that fixed it. Then I ran into another issue where for some reason after the first day the tablet decided it didn't like being in a USB 2.0 slot and needed to be put into a USB 3.0 slot. Not to mention on first set it up the instructions were pretty mediocre. It just says its basically plug and use (after driver installing) while I didn't notice the subtle power button towards the top which I needed to do the first time. Then it had the issue of using the provided adapter to hook up HDMI and Micro USB. My desk is just covered in those wires since it is difficult to route them anywhere since it needs to be towards the back and close enough to the tablet. Also plugging in the one USB C with the adapter I've only been able to plug it into one spot making it a little awkward to work around since there is no 90 degrees variant of the cable provided (which previous versions did). This issue is less of the tablet's fault and more of the computer, but the touch screen would function on my other monitors until I calibrated it with tablet set up on windows. Over all the pain i went through to get this working was pretty well worth it so long as no other issues come up. Update: another issue did come up. Occasionally my computer won’t recognize the Wacom device at all. Calling the... let’s just say not to knowledgeable support for Waccom the solution was the adapter for HDMI is the issue. They wanted me to send in the adapter and essentially give up a week or more of productivity with the tablet in order to send me a new adapter. Instead i found that unplugging the adapter from power and reconnecting it fixed the issue. Another problem but still love this tablet.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Celeste Thoms - Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018
I hate to say it, but Wacom is not the competitor in the market it used to be
Using with a Macbook Pro (2017) I've been a long time Wacom user. I have recently gotten rid of my Cintiq Companion 2 because it was horrible. I've been using Huion pen displays for a few months and am pleasantly happy with the 21in display that cost me $200 less than this. I wanted to try the 13in specifically because it's the same size as their larger Intious but has a display. I needed something for travel. PROS: The screen is nice. Easy set up of the drivers, but there were problems, which I'll explain in the CONS. It's lightweight. I love that. It's so light that in the packaging I wasn't convinced that I wasn't getting the tablet. I thought it was a set of clothes or something. It's portable despite not being a portable display. I'm using it as one. It's more portable than that Cintiq Companion 2 I used to have. It connects through USB-C Speaking of light, it is also very thin. It lays flat. The legs do place it at a nice angle for drawing. You'll have to buy the stand separately. CONS Drawing on the display feels uncomfortable. I love Wacom displays, but this one is not great. It doesn't have the fluidity it used too. It feels like I'm stretching the screen. Watch out for the nibs. I took one out, it flung across the room, and it's gone. Also, if you're looking to use your old nibs from the old pen, they've changed (that's not a deal breaker though). After downloading the drivers and setting it up, it seemed to work fine for a bit, but then the display didn't want to connect for long. I had to restart the computer a few times. I'm still trying to get it to work. Whether I had the touch feature on or off, I kept hitting something with my palm and would get straight lines in Photoshop. I adjusted several settings, and it did not fix the problem. I'll have to continue to work at it. Overall: I loved how I used to get a display from Wacom, and it just worked. I had to do very little to customize it how I liked. Now I have to sit and do tons of research to fix every problem. I do like a lot about it. I'm sure I'll like it more once I sort through the user errors vs. the machine errors. I like it for travel more than I do the Companion (mobile studio pro), but I feel like there are features missing that I used to love about Wacom. They used to be worth the price, but with competition like Huion and XP-Pen, they better put out a better product that is above the standards of their competitors and not below it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Preston - Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2018
Tablet is great! Dell laptop was the problem
I bought this and had a TON of problems getting it to work. It turns out, my Dell laptop is the culprit. Dell has been nothing but $4500 worth of issues. I tried the Wacom Cintiq Pro tablet on my husband's HP and my co-worker's Acer and it worked great on both. It has such a natural feel and is surprisingly intuitive to use. Something that Wacom doesn't specify is the USB-C port needs to be USB-C Alternate Mode in order to work on the C cord only instead of having the hdmi tentacle beast at your feet. If you buy one, and I absolutely recommend this thing if you do digital art, I would suggest not using it with a Dell.

Top Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By G - Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2018
Worth the price, but terrible drivers/setup
Right away, this thing is beautiful and VERY nice. It is my first cintiq but not my first wacom product. I have used the cheapest intuous and an Intuos draw. While the others were good for the price this one just blows them both away. The screen is beautiful, the sensitivity is near perfect, the weight is just fair for its abilities. But... it was a pain to get set up. As of writing this the Wacom drivers are 3.30.(something) and they just break my drawing app (painttoolsai). I had to spend a day looking up what the issue could be and eventually just found older drivers (3.29.something) and that fixed it. Then I ran into another issue where for some reason after the first day the tablet decided it didn't like being in a USB 2.0 slot and needed to be put into a USB 3.0 slot. Not to mention on first set it up the instructions were pretty mediocre. It just says its basically plug and use (after driver installing) while I didn't notice the subtle power button towards the top which I needed to do the first time. Then it had the issue of using the provided adapter to hook up HDMI and Micro USB. My desk is just covered in those wires since it is difficult to route them anywhere since it needs to be towards the back and close enough to the tablet. Also plugging in the one USB C with the adapter I've only been able to plug it into one spot making it a little awkward to work around since there is no 90 degrees variant of the cable provided (which previous versions did). This issue is less of the tablet's fault and more of the computer, but the touch screen would function on my other monitors until I calibrated it with tablet set up on windows. Over all the pain i went through to get this working was pretty well worth it so long as no other issues come up. Update: another issue did come up. Occasionally my computer won’t recognize the Wacom device at all. Calling the... let’s just say not to knowledgeable support for Waccom the solution was the adapter for HDMI is the issue. They wanted me to send in the adapter and essentially give up a week or more of productivity with the tablet in order to send me a new adapter. Instead i found that unplugging the adapter from power and reconnecting it fixed the issue. Another problem but still love this tablet.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Celeste Thoms - Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018
I hate to say it, but Wacom is not the competitor in the market it used to be
Using with a Macbook Pro (2017) I've been a long time Wacom user. I have recently gotten rid of my Cintiq Companion 2 because it was horrible. I've been using Huion pen displays for a few months and am pleasantly happy with the 21in display that cost me $200 less than this. I wanted to try the 13in specifically because it's the same size as their larger Intious but has a display. I needed something for travel. PROS: The screen is nice. Easy set up of the drivers, but there were problems, which I'll explain in the CONS. It's lightweight. I love that. It's so light that in the packaging I wasn't convinced that I wasn't getting the tablet. I thought it was a set of clothes or something. It's portable despite not being a portable display. I'm using it as one. It's more portable than that Cintiq Companion 2 I used to have. It connects through USB-C Speaking of light, it is also very thin. It lays flat. The legs do place it at a nice angle for drawing. You'll have to buy the stand separately. CONS Drawing on the display feels uncomfortable. I love Wacom displays, but this one is not great. It doesn't have the fluidity it used too. It feels like I'm stretching the screen. Watch out for the nibs. I took one out, it flung across the room, and it's gone. Also, if you're looking to use your old nibs from the old pen, they've changed (that's not a deal breaker though). After downloading the drivers and setting it up, it seemed to work fine for a bit, but then the display didn't want to connect for long. I had to restart the computer a few times. I'm still trying to get it to work. Whether I had the touch feature on or off, I kept hitting something with my palm and would get straight lines in Photoshop. I adjusted several settings, and it did not fix the problem. I'll have to continue to work at it. Overall: I loved how I used to get a display from Wacom, and it just worked. I had to do very little to customize it how I liked. Now I have to sit and do tons of research to fix every problem. I do like a lot about it. I'm sure I'll like it more once I sort through the user errors vs. the machine errors. I like it for travel more than I do the Companion (mobile studio pro), but I feel like there are features missing that I used to love about Wacom. They used to be worth the price, but with competition like Huion and XP-Pen, they better put out a better product that is above the standards of their competitors and not below it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Preston - Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2018
Tablet is great! Dell laptop was the problem
I bought this and had a TON of problems getting it to work. It turns out, my Dell laptop is the culprit. Dell has been nothing but $4500 worth of issues. I tried the Wacom Cintiq Pro tablet on my husband's HP and my co-worker's Acer and it worked great on both. It has such a natural feel and is surprisingly intuitive to use. Something that Wacom doesn't specify is the USB-C port needs to be USB-C Alternate Mode in order to work on the C cord only instead of having the hdmi tentacle beast at your feet. If you buy one, and I absolutely recommend this thing if you do digital art, I would suggest not using it with a Dell.