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Wacom Cintiq 24HD Graphic Monitor (CINTIQ24HD) - DTK2400

by Wacom
30 customer reviews
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  • A large high definition 24" LCD screen.
  • Gives you a natural work feel.
  • Use the high performance pen to work on the display.
  • Display size 20.41" x 12.8".
  • Native Resolution: 1920 x 1200.
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Product Description

Demo Wacom Cintiq 24HD Pen Display DemoResources Wacom Cintiq 24HD Pen Display User ManualSpecifications ModelDTK2400Active Area20.41 x 12.8 ColorBlackCompatibilityWindows 7 Vista Vista x64 XP XP x64 Mac OX X 10.5 or greaterData PortUSBDisplay Adapters IncludedDVI-I to VGADisplay ConnectorDVI-I DisplayPortGraphics InputAnalog RGB digital DVI DisplayPortDimensions30.29 x 18.26 x 2.5 Power Supply Input100-240 VAC 50-60 HzPower Supply Output24 VDC 5.0A maxPressure Levels2048 on pen tip and eraserStand AdjustabilityArm 2 to 77 Range 75 Display 88 to 165 Range 163Warranty2 years USACanadaWeight63.8lbs. with standDisplay SpecsAspect Ratio1610Brightness190 cdm2 Color ManagementICC profile 6500 K whitepoint defaultColor Management ControlDDC 2B DDCCIContrast Ratio5501Display area20.41 x 12.8 Native Resolution1920 x 1200Number of Colors16.77 millionPixel Pitch0.270 H x 0.270 V mmScreen Size24.1 diagonal measurementTotal Pixels2304000Viewing angle178 8989 H 8989 V Interactivity SpecsExpressKeys10 user-assignableResolution5080 lines per inchTechnologyPatented electromagnetic resonance method 2 finger sensitive front mountedPen SpecsGripLatex-free silicone rubberModelKP-501E-01CNibs Included6 standard 1 stroke 3 feltOptional PensArt Pen Classic penPressure Levels2048 on pen tip and eraserSwitchesTip switch 2 side switches eraserTilt Range60TypePressure-sensitive cordless battery-freeFeatures Color on DisplayThe Wacom Cintiq 24HD features a 1920 x 1200 HD display with a 178 viewing angle and a 1610 aspect ratio. You can clearly see your design in progress. You can color calibrate its display for color-sensitive workflows.The Perfect FitYou can adjust the angle and the height of the Cintiq 24HD display quickly to suit your favorite work position. The stand can also be adjusted so that the display overhangs the edge of your desk. The stand can be set so that it floats just above your knees for an ideal working position.Ultra SensitiveThe Wacom Cintiq 24HDs surface is ultra sensit

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 30.3 x 2.5 x 18.3 inches ; 63.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 81.6 pounds
  • Item model number: DTK-2400
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at October 7, 2011

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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Jessica A. Entis on January 11, 2012
This is a preliminary review, since I just received my 24HD tablet last night, but already it seems worth the large cash investment. As a bit of background, I'm a professional animator and illustrator who does a fair amount of freelance work from my home office. I use an Intuous3 tablet at work, and I love it and have never had a problem with the disconnect between tablet and monitor. That said, nothing quite beats being able to work directly on the screen. I've owned the 12WX Cintiq for a few years, and while I've enjoyed the Cintiq experience of drawing directly on the screen, the working area is simply too small and flawed (there is a terrible mouse shake on the edges of the screen that has been noted by many reviewers on the 12WX's product page) to allow me to do what I really need to. After lusting after the 24HD since it's debut last October, I finally bit the bullet and invested in it.

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.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By b_h_bloomer on February 22, 2012
As the flagship model in Wacom's Cintiq line (and pretty much all the rest of their tablets), I was expecting a high-end, professional product. What I got was a dream come true. The look and feel of this thing screams luxury, with solid machined aluminum armature, silky smooth satin finish screen, and a sturdy (and heavy) counterweighted base. As other people have stated, it is a mammoth machine, so make sure you have the desk real estate. It also functions perfectly well as your primary monitor (in fact it defaults to this setup the first time you turn on the tablet). Initial setup is a breeze, and I had no problems installing drivers or updates. The included digitizer stylus functions flawlessly, and the replacement nibs in the pen holder are a big bonus, although as of writing this I have used the same felt tip nib everyday for three weeks and it still looks brand new. It also performs perfectly with any sort of digital media creation program you could wish for: Photoshop, Painter, GIMP, Open Canvas, Sketchup, Alchemy, Sketchbook Pro, Sculptris, Zbrush, and Blender just to name a few.

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.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Echo on February 15, 2012
Of course this is a gorgeous, lovely graphics monitor. I spent over eight hours on it the first day I received it. Just a couple tips for Mac users:

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 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.
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