|Screen Size||24.1 inches|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Wacom Cintiq 24HD Graphic Monitor (CINTIQ24HD)
- High Definition - If creating and viewing HD imagery is part of your daily workflow, you will appreciate the 24-inch HD (1920x1200) display
- Color Performance - Featuring a 92% Adobe RGB color gamut, the Cintiq 24HD is an ideal display for color-critical workflows, such as animation, photography, and video editing.
- Wide-Screen Dynamics - With a generous 24-inch display, a 16:10 aspect ratio, and an ultra-wide viewing angle, the Cintiq 24HD is perfect for developing wide-screen content
- Working Under Pressure - With 2048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity and 40 degrees of tilt recognition, you'll feel just like you're working with a traditional paintbrush, marker, pen, or pencil.
- Exceptional Comfort - The ergonomically designed counter-weighted stand lets users quickly adjust the Cintiq for multiple working postures, allowing the display to extend over the edge of the desk and float just above the user's lap.
- Intuitive Controls - Ten programmable ExpressKeys (five on either side) put convenient keyboard shortcuts and modifiers right at your fingertips, while the Touch Rings provide a natural way to zoom, scroll and change brush size.
- Side Switches and Eraser - The Grip Pen has customizable side switches that allow you to program common functions into the pen itself. In addition, on the back of the pen, there is a programmable digital eraser.
- True Value - The Cintiq 24HD combines two powerful tools in one: an extra-large, professional pen tablet and a high definition, color-accurate graphics monitor.
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This Cintiq, first of all, is ENORMOUS. It comes very well packed in a huge box; the risk of any damage during shipping is minimal, and there are good picture instructions for removing it from the box safely (it weighs in at close to 70 pounds, so it's recommended you get a friend to help you move it from the box to your desk). Its working area is the same as a 24" widescreen monitor, with a healthy border around the outside for all your programmable express keys, which have been redesigned to be even more functional (I'm relieved at the lack of the touch strips, which I always end up disabling). The industrial design is great; unlike the 12WX, which had cables and adaptor bricks spilling all over the place, all the cabling is already hooked up out of the box and is neatly contained inside the Cintiq's support arms. Only three cables stick out the very back: power, USB and video.Read more ›
I have found the ergonomics of this tablet to be very pleasing. I slide the base of the device to the edge of my desk, and then "hang" the tablet over the edge and into my lap. This position is very comfortable, which allows me to focus on my drawing and painting instead of how much my back hurts! The screen itself is bright and vibrant, although it doesn't match up to the iMac's screen in terms of brightness, resolution, or color clarity. I have yet to run any color calibration software on it, but from what I've heard from other 24hd owners, that usually takes care of the problem.Read more ›
1) if you have a newer iMac you likely have a mini-DisplayPort on your desktop so be sure to get an adapter cable. I didn't realize this and so had to wait another day for AMZN to ship one out to me. Be advised said miniDP-to-DVI cables are NOT cheap. I opted for the StarTech.com MDP2DVID Mini DisplayPort to DVI Dual-Link Active Adapter - USB Powered which was a few bucks cheaper than the Apple branded one and didn't have nearly as many reported problems with firmware and performance. Note that the "dual link" feature ups the price of what would normally be a ~$10 cable but I'm highly satisfied with the performance; the image transference is flawless.
2) On said iMac, I found that mirroring the monitors works best for me with little tweaking of my iMac's display settings.
3) Be prepared...this Cintiq is HUGE. I knew, of course, that it was 24" but goodness! I'm now in the market for a new computer desk because the setup I currently have going where the Cintiq sits in front of the iMac leaves me queasy and biting my nails in worry each night that my husband may bump into the desk while walking around the living room in the dead of night and send my beloved toys heading for the floor :)
4) Out of the box (and once I had the DVI cable) I had an issue where, upon powering the Cintiq up, I kept getting the "no display input found" message. I was close to tearing my hair out thinking I hadn't set something up correctly when I finally broke down and called Wacom tech support.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Looks good, solid and makes everything a lot easier.
Had to see it from afar however, seller didn't bother to replace item. Read more
I've used the old Wacom Cintiq 22 since 2006 and I wore the hell out of it, so it was time to buy a new one. I decided to upgrade to the Cintiq 24HD. Read morePublished 9 months ago by S. Nelson
Got this as a business tool. My kid brother is our artist and he loves this thing.Published 11 months ago by Justin Anyanwu
Gave this to my son for Christmas. He says this is the most awesome piece of equipment he has ever seen. He LOVES it!Published 12 months ago by Judy
I have had this for about a month. Overall I am pretty pleased.
Moving from a wacom drawing tablet to this was night and day. Read more
To be completely honest, this is a very good device and any professional in the industry should look into getting one but the price in my opinion is too far fetched. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Camron S.
You're probably thinking that this thing will be like using a Wacom device but with the added ability to draw right on top of what you see. It's better than that. Read morePublished 14 months ago by C. Knox