Wacom Cintiq 22HD 21-Inch Pen Display Tablet, Black (DTK2200)

December 24, 2018 - Comment

DreaM – Electronics eCommerce HTML Template19 $ Buy Now HP 24mh FHD Monitor – Computer Monitor with 23.8-Inch IPS Display (1080p) – Built-In Speakers and VESA Mounting – Height/Tilt Adjustment for Ergonomic Viewing – HDMI and DisplayPort – (1D0J9AA#ABA)$174.99 $ Buy Now The Cintiq 22HD combines a 21.5-Inch; HD, wide-format LCD with industry-leading pen input

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The Cintiq 22HD combines a 21.5-Inch; HD, wide-format LCD with industry-leading pen input capabilities, all in a traditional desktop display. Photographers, designers, artists and other creative professionals can work naturally and intuitively directly on the surface of the display, while enjoying all the creative and efficiency gains that make Cintiq the first choice among professionals.

Product Features

  • 22″ HD 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.Response Rate:14ms
  • 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, Work easier and faster with customizable ExpressKeys, one-touch access to your favorite shortcuts


Anonymous says:

Dream come true! I simply love this product! I’m an aspiring digital artist (hopefully maybe one day, an animator) & this tablet is simply perfection. Definitely worth every penny! I also recommend getting this if you have Prime! I saved up for this for about 3ish months & I finally ordered my tablet on the 7th. It was due to arrive the 11th, but UPS got it a day early & I got it on the 10th! Definitely no regrets with this purchase ♥(sorry for the blurry phone pics, it was dark when UPS came by my…

Anonymous says:

Stop staring and buy… but keep a few things in mind. I’ve been doing animation, illustration and 3D modeling for almost 12 years now. I started with a regular small personal wacom graphire tablet way back in my college days and gradually worked my way up to a larger 12 inch intuous. Which I used religiously for almost 6 years.About 2 years ago, I happened upon a 12WX cintiq for about half the regular retail price (around $600). I snatched it up thinking it was a great deal and as I was already used to working on a 12inch intous, figured…

Anonymous says:

Still worth it, even a couple years later. (Updated: problems) I really wish I could give this a 4.5! As I’m sure a lot of readers are concerned, this is an investment that’s a bit scary because the technology is several years old and still very expensive. But I bit the bullet, and gave it a try. I was extremely impressed by how streamlined and modern this pen tablet felt, even though it was originally released a few years ago. The colors were vibrant, the resolution was fantastic and it looked just as good as my (very nice) monitor.I had a few…

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