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Wacom Techno Cintiq 21UX 21-Inch Interactive Pen Display PC Tablet With Pen and Software

by Wacom

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  • Box Contents - Cintiq 21UX Interactive Pen Display, Grip Pen, Pen Stand, Display Stand, 5 Replacement Pen Nibs
  • Analog RGB (HD 15pin) or digital DVI (29 pin) graphics input
  • DVI-I Display connector
  • Stand adjustability - 10-degrees to 65-degrees incline
  • Mounting Hole pattern - VESA 100mm
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.5 x 10.8 x 28 inches ; 22.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35.6 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000P32M3U
  • Item model number: CINTIQ21UX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

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Wacom Techno Cintiq 21UX 21-Inch Interactive Pen Display PC Tablet With Pen and Software

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I've even found myself trying to use my finger to smudge or erase it's so natural feeling.
alxart
If you are in the graphics industry and do a lot of work in programs like Illustrator, Painter and Photoshop then the Cintiq tablets are a real time-saver.
E. R. Whelan
The Cintiq 21ux is the finest digital drawing tool available today, and one of the best investments I've ever made (plus, it's remarkably drool resistant).
Craig Spearing

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84 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Hai T. Phan on December 5, 2007
If you're expecting a perfect replacement for pencil and paper then you're bound to be disappointed. The technology is not perfect, but the Cintiq is more intuitive to use than a traditional graphics tablet. I still do most drawing/sketching on paper, but for painting and 3d sculpting, the hands-on approach on the Cintiq is quite welcome. I undo strokes far less and have a better connection with what I'm doing and how it's affecting the image.

If you're a hobbyist then it would be wise to investigate the Intuos or Bamboo line of tablets first. I use both a regular Intuos tablet and the Cintiq at work and home routinely and find they have their strengths for different tasks. Obviously, you can get amazing results with a regular graphics tablet alone and you shouldn't buy the Cintiq with it in mind that it will automagically make you a better artist. However, it helps my productivity and is a refreshing way to work. The benefit to more ably focus on what you're doing rather than how you're doing it is difficult to quantify, but that's what the Cintiq sets out to do and does it well.

A lot is made of the hefty price tag, but considering you get a very large monitor (which, by the way, in terms of visual quality is better than most regular LCD monitors) and built in capabilities of a large graphics tablet, it's not a bad deal. I use it as my primary monitor for general computer usage as well.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By E. R. Whelan on December 13, 2007
If you are in the graphics industry and do a lot of work in programs like Illustrator, Painter and Photoshop then the Cintiq tablets are a real time-saver. I have owned a 21UX for a year now, and have seen a real increase in speed as well as a chance to experiment with new techniques in a way that is far more intuitive than my Intuos 3 tablet (although that is a great product too.) It is important to calibrate the cursor to the pen nib but this is very easy to do and can be changed when you use the tablet in different positions.
If you have an existing Wacom tablet and an extra monitor you can set up a dual monitor system with the smaller tablet working with the second monitor which is very useful as well... you don't have to pick up a mouse in order to move your cursor onto the second screen, you just move your stylus to the tablet and it is very seamless.
This is by far my favorite tech purchase, but I advise anyone who does not use graphics programs as part of their daily work to consider one of the simpler products Wacom has produced that still allow for this sort of tablet functionality -- this is an expensive product but well worth it if you are an illustrator, animator, or Photoshop professional.
I would say my speed has increased about 25% due to fewer undo's and the more intuitive work environment.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By alxart on January 18, 2008
This is by far THE BEST of it's kind and well thought out. I have one at work and at home and will never go back to the odd seperation of hand and eye again! I've even found myself trying to use my finger to smudge or erase it's so natural feeling. With the sliders and programable buttons I hardly ever use the keyboard now except to type emails. My Poor 23" cinema display is going to waste in the background as the Cintiq is the only screen I use.
I've found I have better posture, less eye strain, and less 'fear' about starting on the blank canvass. I'm left handed and this is great because it's fully programable for lefty's and I dont' smudge my sketches anymore. And even if you feel you "cant see behind your hand", you can even program an offset so the cursor is in a place where you're comfy with it. No excuses..
The one at work is mounted on an arm (iLift from Innovative, and you don't need the apple adapter for the Wacom) and it's great for moving it out of the way or getting it in your lap. The stand it comes with is great too, but I often find I have it hanging off the edge of the desk leaving the $2500 ready to hit the floor. So I recomend you get a good heavy-weight arm to mount it on. Also the arm allows you to take more advantage of the rotate feature. Being able to rotate the tablet like you would a piece of paper is the biggest problem with drawing on a regular tablet.
Get it, use it, and you'll love it!
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Brett L. Barrett on February 14, 2009
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I've had this for about a month now, very pleased with the product! Works Great, Very Comfortable!

My only complaint is that there was no warning at all about how fast the white nibs wear out
on the stylist - I found out the hard way today and scratched the surface of my Cintiq.

My official warning to all who buy this wonderful product....

WARNING: Buy the scratch protection film!

if you don't..... ALWAYS compare the condition of the tip of the WHITE stylist Nib to a new Nib before applying it to the surface of the tablet - CHECK IT EVERY TIME YOU SIT DOWN TO USE IT.
Over time they wear out and crisp edges form that will scratch the surface screen of your Cintiq.

There is no way to get the scratches out!!!!!!!

I'm not speaking of the normal pressure trails left on the surface after use - those wipe off with a little moisture on a soft towel.

I'm a person who takes care with things and still this happened to me.
I hope this information prevents someone else from the upsetting experience of scratching their screen.
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