In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Wacom has added two new professional-level pen displays to its Cintiq Pro line. The Wacom Cintiq Pro 17 and the Pro 22 join the existing Cintiq Pro 27 providing photographers and retouchers several options from which to choose.
The two new models match the Pro 27’s excellent specifications delivering color accuracy and the ability to reproduce 1.07 billion (yes, you read that right) colors. The displays are also Pantone Skin Tone validated and the UHD displays support HDR Gamma with HLG and PQ gamma curves.
With a refresh rate of 120Hz, pen latency is reduced to, according to Wacom, “near zero,” for a smoother, more accurate experience. The next generation Pro Pen 3 is the perfect complement with its custom options to adjust the weight, size and center of gravity. And those are only a few of the 36 user-controlled adjustments. With 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, working with the pen promises precision as well as a natural feel. Combined with 8 Express Keys and multi-touch control, photographers and retouchers can create an efficient workflow that works best for them.
The 17.3-inch (diagonal) Wacom Cintiq Pro 17 is available now for $2,500. The Cintiq Pro 22, with its 21.5-inch screen, will be available in December 2023 for $4,050.
For more information, please visit Wacom.com.