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Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid - 32GB SSD 13.3- Inch Full HD 2GB Android Multi-touch Wacom Pen 2048 levels pen pressure Professional Creative Tablet Revolution Monitor

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  • The Cintiq Companion Hybrid combines the creative power of a full featured 13??? Cintiq Creative Display with an Android??? tablet. This means that you don???t need to be attached to your computer to enjoy the premium creative experience of working on a Cintiq anymore. Cintiq Companion Hybrid is both a Cintiq and a mobile Android tablet, giving you the freedom to sketch concepts, develop characters, draw and paint using a number of creative Android applications.
  • When you return to your studio, plug the Cintiq Companion Hybrid back into your computer to further develop and refine your artwork using traditional creative software such as Adobe Photoshop. Your Android files transfer easily from Android to your PC or Mac using the included ASTRO File Manager.
  • Cintiq Companion Hybrid features a full HD, 13.3??? display with a wide viewing angle, and it offers all its features in a compact slim design, allowing you to take it everywhere and use it whenever you feel creative. Use it on your lap or put it up in one of four different working positions on its detachable stand, and with its convenient carrying case, the Wacom Pro Pen is ready for your mobile creative life too. While you???re mobile, you???ll never be out of touch either
  • With 2048 levels of pen-pressure sensitivity and the ability to detect the angle of your stroke, the Cintiq Pro Pen performs like a traditional brush or marker, and combines with multi-touch control for an intuitive, natural creative experience.
  • Easy to accessorize The optional compact wireless keyboard attaches easily with Bluetooth?? technology.
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Capacity: 32 | Color: Hybrid

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Capacity: 32 | Color: Hybrid
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Screen Size13.30 inches
Screen Resolution1920 X 1080
Max Screen Resolution1920 X 1080
Hard Drive32 GB SSD
Graphics CoprocessorNvidia GPU with 72 graphics cores
Chipset BrandNVIDIA
Graphics Card Ram Size1 GB
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1
Average Battery Life (in hours) 12 hours
Brand NameWacom
SeriesCitiq Companion Hybrid
Item model numberDTHA1300H
Hardware PlatformPC
Item Weight3.9 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H14.80 x 9.80 x 0.70 inches
Color Hybrid
Rear Webcam Resolution 8 MP
Processor BrandNVIDIA
Processor Count4
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive InterfaceSolid State, Serial ATA
Audio-out Ports (#)1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #9,767 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 10, 2013
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Labor: 1 year warranty on parts and labor

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Product Description

Capacity: 32 | Color: Hybrid

DTH-A1300H 32 GB Extend battery 13.3"
Technology a-Si Active Matrix TFT LCD (IPS)
Full HD 1920 X 1080 colors 16.7M
Aspect ratio 16:9 Viewing angle 178 Contrast Ratio 700:1 Brightness 210 cd/m2
Response Rate 25 ms Active area 294 x 165 mm (11.6 x 6.5 in) Color Gamut 75% Adobe RGB
Industry standard pre-sets 6500K whitepoint default
Graphics Input HDMI Android 4.2, Jelly Bean
Nvidia Tegra 4 quad-core GPU with 72 graphics cores
Micro SD slot RAM 2GB DDR3 No Expandable memory
Multi-touch Pen Pro Pen Pressure Levels 2048 pen tip/eraser
Tilt Range 40 degrees Tilt recognition 60 levels
Type Pressure-sensitive, cordless, battery-free
2 side switches No Pen stand
Grip Latex-free silicone rubber
Technology Patented electromagnetic resonance method
Resolution 5080 lpi ExpressKeys 4 customizable, application-specific
Touch Ring No | Touch Strips No
Rocker ring and Home button 4 pos customizable
On-screen controls Radial menu Precison mode Display toggle
Dedicated pan, scroll, zoom, brush size
Orientation Right or left-handed use
Size 375 248 16 mm / 14.8 x 9.8 x 0.6 in
Weight 1.7 or 1.8 kg / 3.6 or 3.9 lbs
PC and Mac Wacom 3-in-1 (USB) Display Wacom 3-in-1 (HDMI)
Video out micro HDMI USB 2.0 port 1 headphone Bluetooth Wireless 802.11 b/g/n
Power Supply In 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz Out 19 VDC, 1.58 A (max)
max. power consumption: 30 W, 2.8 W when asleep, 0.4 W when off
Battery operated: 15W" 7.4 V, Li-polymer life Up to 7 or 12 hours Battery Charging Time 4 or 5 hours
System requirements Windows 8, Windows 7
Mac OS X v10.6.8 or later (Intel processor)

Cintiq Companion Hybrid Creative Tablet
Adjustable stand 3 angles and detachable
Pro Pen, pen case with 9 replacement nibs and nib removal tool

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Customer Reviews

The screen is very high resolution and the 13.3" surface does not feel too small to draw on.
I have also found myself unable to figure out how to get Google Chrome to run as a window on the desktop and not like an application.
I sent an email to Wacom, and after verifying they had me send it to them for a free exchange.
Caytlin Reese

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71 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Phil Winkel on December 8, 2013
Color Name: HybridSize Name: 16
The primary use of the Companion Hybrid is tethered to your computer as a secondary display, just like a regular Cintiq. The fact that the Hybrid has multi-touch makes it a better option than a Cintiq 13HD, in my opinion. It depends on how you work, if you need touch, etc. You can always turn it off.

Many people seem confused about the Companion / Companion Hybrid, probably due to the fact Wacom is marketing the Hybrid as an Android tablet. The fact that it can also be an android tablet is great, but that's not the reason why you get a Hybrid.

Overall, great device. There are some pretty solid apps for Android sketching- Autodesk Sketchbook for Android is pretty nice, and only costs $3. It offers a very minimal interface, perfect for a tablet, and has a lot of options that fully support the pressure sensitivity and tablet drawing. It really feels like it was designed for a Wacom device. For instance, you can turn off touch so your palm doesn't move things around while you draw. It can export PSDs, upload to deviant art, etc.

There's also Photoshop Touch, which is a streamlined version of Photoshop for Android. It works with pressure sensitivity but feels like it was designed to support touch controls first and foremost. For example, it doesn't have a way to turn off touch drawing as far as I'm aware, like Sketchbook does. Photoshop Touch can sync files to Adobe Creative Cloud if you're a subscriber.

If you're considering a full Companion (windows 8 one, not the Companion Hybrid) I would honestly wait for a next generation. The non-hybrid one doesn't take advantage of the latest Intel Haswel CPUs for the improvement in battery life. In my eyes that fact alone makes the non-hybrid companion basically outdated on arrival.
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48 of 53 people found the following review helpful By J. Na on June 26, 2014
Color Name: CompanionSize Name: 256 Verified Purchase
Somebody else wrote about it too, but apparently this is a known, common, issue.

I was working on my cintiq when the computer abruptly turned off. I was shocked because the computer was plugged in at the time. I grabbed my 2000+ dollar device in panic and then checked it - the battery was completely drained.

I moved it to another outlet and it charged fine over there so I thought maybe I had unplugged my tablet accidentally. Now my cintiq is giving me "plugged in but not charging" error. It's plugged into the outlet but the power keeps on draining and won't charge.

This is a known issue (go google it, it's in several forums) but wacom isn't really addressing the issue correctly. Even when they replace the unit (Apparently you have to pay to ship the unit to their repair center even if it's their products fault that it's failing and under warranty) they won't tell you what's really wrong with it. Also I've been hearing that even with the replacement computers, the plugged in but not charging error occurs.

For a 2000+ dollar computer, this is not acceptable. I had so much faith in wacom (my first intuos 2 lasted me 10 years) but I think this mistake might cost me 2000 dollars - unless Wacom addresses this issue properly, I will NEVER buy another wacom product again. There are enough other players in the market that I don't have to deal with wacom anymore. I'm extremely disappointed with the way Wacom is dealing with this issue.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Paul Jacovino on September 3, 2014
Color Name: CompanionSize Name: 256
First, let me say that when this device works, it is incredible. The drawing experience on the Companion is unrivaled by any other tablet PC on the market, and I have tried a lot of them. I find myself in a situation where I absolutely need a portable drawing device to use from both work and home.

The problem with the Companion, lies in the very common issue for the charging port to begin to fail after anywhere from two weeks, to six months of use. I myself have gone through three defective Companions, the final two of which both had the "plugged in, not charging" issue where the unit will be plugged in, but will not charge nor run off of AC power. Wacom finally offered me a refund after an almost year long battle, shipping Companion units back and forth month after month, costing me money in shipping, and precious time getting my work done.
I am part of a tablet PC forum, and in the community, the number of people who have gone through multiple failed Companion devices all suffering from the same problem is staggering. Even a quick Google search of "Cintiq Companion plugged in, not charging" yeilds an alarming number of Wacom EU forum posts, tumblr blogs, and other sites with users all suffering from this known defect. Though numerous people have asked customer service at Wacom what the issue is, they all dodge the issue giving different responses.
Until Wacom publically addresses the issue, and offers to fix the devices already in user's hands that are constantly failing them free of charge, steer clear of this machine. It will break, you will lose your files (unless you back them up on another drive), and you will lose time working while you send your "professional" grade broken tablet back and forth to Wacom. And you will pay shipping every single time you send it.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By John Doe on July 18, 2014
Color Name: HybridSize Name: 16
Summary, Build Quality, Design, Performance, Picture Quality, Pressure Sensitivity, Battery Life, Android Apps, and Final Thoughts.

I've owned Intuos 3 for eight years. 22HD Touch for one year. Love both units. The 22HD is spacious, superbly built, and most importantly, performs as advertised.

Aside for having the benefit of doubling as a battery powered, multi-touch pen display for a desktop, Wacom's 16GB Cintiq Companion Hybrid is a regular android tablet falsely marketed as a professional artist's android solution. In android mode, the Hybrid lags when painting on 2K canvases and can slow down to a crawl on 4K canvases. Pressure sensitivity feels like it's half of the advertised 2048 range due to android app limitations and possibly due to the extra thickness of the non-removable screen protector. "Programmable" button customization is limited to 3 buttons (pen included) on many apps, and in the case of Wacom's own apps, no Express keys are mappable. The terrible 16:9 aspect ratio, which the 22HD Cintiq gets away with due to its larger size, is not friendly to artists on a display this small. All of this for an MSRP so murderous that you can hear Apple's pricing team's executive staff nod in appreciation of the brutality.

BUILD QUALITY - 3/5 rating
This one is a mixed bag. The tablet itself seems mostly sturdy, with an overall metal casing and some rubber padding on the sides. However, two corner pads wobble around. The power button wobbles the most and feels like it's going to fall off any minute. The Pro Pen, which comes with the Hybrid, feels flimsy. The two stylus buttons wobble madly and whatever is inside the pen sounds loose as well; you can hear something rattling in there too.
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