|Screen Size||21.5 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Wacom Cintiq 22HD Touch Interactive Pen Display (DTH2200)
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- Professional levels of pen-pressure and pen-tilt sensitivity that catch every detail
- Use multi-touch gestures to pan, zoom, rotate and more in supporting applications
- Ergonomic stand adjusts to your preferred working position
- ExpressKeys and Touch Strips activate personalized shortcuts and modifiers
- 21.5" (1920 x 1080), HD display, 16.7 million colors
- Easy to accessorize with an array of compatible pens, grips and pen tips
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Cintiq 22HD Creative Pen Display
The Wacom Cintiq 22HD offers a seamless experience for creating and enhancing your digital art thanks to its pressure-sensitive pen and multi-touch gesture control.
The Cintiq 22HD features a 21.5-inch display with a wide viewing angle and a widescreen aspect ratio, ideal for large-format work.
With professional levels of pen-pressure sensitivity and pen-tilt recognition, the Cintiq 22HD provides the same responsiveness and ability to create artistic brush effects as using an actual paintbrush or marker.
In some models, multi-touch gestures make it simple to zoom, pan, rotate, and navigate your work. All models include programmable ExpressKeys and two finger-sensitive Touch Strips provide convenient, one-touch shortcuts, while the adjustable stand lets you position the display just the way you want it.
Dimensions and Weight
This product measures 25.6 by 15.7 by 2.2 inches (H x W x D) and weighs 18.7 pounds. The active display area measures 18.9 by 10.7 inches (H x W).
What's in the Box
Cintiq 22HD, adjustable display stand, grip pen, pen stand, 10 replacement nibs, nib-removal tool, DVI-I to DVI-D cable adapter, USB cable, AC power adapter, power cable, quick-start guide and user manual, and installation CD and software download key.
At a Glance:
- Widescreen 21.5-inch HD display with 16.7 million colors
- Comes in models with and without multi-touch
- Grip Pen recognizes 2,048 levels of pressure
- Tilt angle and pressure for varied line widths and styles
- Touch Strips and toggle buttons control custom functions
- Reclining, rotating display enables comfortable use
Widescreen HD Display for Creative Professionals
Enjoy the precise, intuitive control of on-screen creation with Wacom's pressure- and tilt-sensitive pen. Some models feature multi-touch which is used to zoom, pan, rotate, and navigate your work in supporting applications.
With its generous 21.5-inch HD display, widescreen format, and wide viewing angle, the Cintiq 22HD Creative Pen Display is suited for a variety of creative work, including animation, illustration, photography, design, and motion graphics.
The 21.5-inch HD (1920x1080) display delivers a high-quality visual experience, rendering 16.7 million colors and offering plenty of room to edit, design, and create.
Advanced Pen Sensitivity and Tip Sensor for Fine Detail
The Wacom Grip Pen recognizes 2,048 levels of pen pressure, helping you create natural, subtle artistic details.
By varying the pressure and angle of the pen against the screen, you can dynamically change the exposure, brush size, and line weight, just like with a traditional paintbrush or marker.
The professional-grade Wacom Tip Sensor captures even the most subtle nuances of pressure.
The Grip Pen has customizable side switches that allow you to program common functions into the pen itself.
The pen also recognizes the tilt angle, allowing you to vary the effects created by your pen by changing the angle of your stroke.
Time-Saving, Programmable ExpressKeys
The Cintiq 22HD comes equipped with 16 programmable ExpressKeys that put convenient, application-specific keyboard shortcuts and modifiers at your fingertips. The Show Settings key displays your current key settings on-screen.
Take control of up to four functions--including brush size, zooming, and scrolling--in each of your applications with the rear-mounted, finger-sensitive Touch Strips and Touch Strip toggle buttons.
Adjustable Display for an Ergonomic Workspace
The Cintiq 22HD reclines like an easel, allowing you to find your most comfortable working position. In addition to reclining, the Cintiq 22HD also freely rotates up to 180 degrees in either direction to accommodate your arm's natural drawing movements or quickly change your viewing angle.
If you'd like another option, you can easily remove your Cintiq from the stand and lay it flat on a tabletop or mount it on an articulating arm (sold separately).
|Cintiq 13HD||Cintiq 13HD Touch||Cintiq 22HD||Cintiq 22HD Touch||Cintiq 27QHD||Cintiq 27QHD Touch|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||2560 x 1440||2560 x 1440|
|ExpressKeys||4 User-Assignable||4 User-Assignable||16 User-Assignable||16 User-Assignable||17 User-Assignable||17 User-Assignable|
|Touch Strips / Rings||1 Rocker Ring||1 Rocker Ring||2 Touch Strips||2 Touch Strips||1 Touch Ring (on remote)||1 Touch Ring (on remote)|
|Input||Pen||Pen + multi-touch||Pen||Pen + multi-touch||Pen||Pen + multi-touch|
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The Wacom Cintiq 22 In. HD Touch Pen Display is a high definition multi-touch display designed for precise, accurate artistic work. Add multi-touch gesture support to one of Wacoms most versatile creative pen displays. You are sure to enjoy creating directly on this large-format, high-definition display with Wacoms pressure-sensitive pen. Now you can also dive both hands into your work to rotate, zoom in, and work more fluidly. Ample screen size, advanced display performance, and multi-touch support, all in one display. Keep your hands on your work. Literally. Wacom gives you support for on-screen gesture recognition, available in many of your favorite creative applications, from Adobe Illustrator to MudBox. Naturally, youll appreciate the precise, intuitive control of working directly on-screen with Wacom’s pressure-sensitive pen. This massive 21.5" screen supports a 1920 x 1080 resolution enabling you to see each and every detail, while the 2,048 pen tip and eraser pressure levels give you maximum control.The traditional rotating stand offers both landscape and portrait viewing angles and easily adjusts to your preferred working position, so you can work in complete comfort. Work easier and faster with customizable ExpressKeys, Touch Rings, and multi-touch tablet input that gives you quick, one-touch access to your favorite shortcuts. Saving time without sacrificing precision, control, and artistic integrity. This is what drives illustrators and fine artists to Wacom. Your creative software is already optimized with built-in pressure-sensitive features, so you can sketch, draw, paint, and composite with natural and intuitive precision. To produce life-like results quickly, professionals depend on a streamlined workflow. With your favorite software, you can mold, shape, sculpt, and animate your character mesh, all with the intuitive and natural precision of a Cintiq creative pen display. Do you make your living helpin
Top customer reviews
About 2 years ago, I happened upon a 12WX cintiq for about half the regular retail price (around $600). I snatched it up thinking it was a great deal and as I was already used to working on a 12inch intous, figured that at the very least, being able to draw directly on the screen would enhance my productivity.
It did not.
It came down to screen size. Most of the software I use (Zbrush, Photoshop, Maya) all have extensive menus and shortcuts and the 12WX's screen-space is just enough to do any serious work. After struggling with it for a few months, I re-boxed it, shelved it and went back to my trusty Intous.
Fast forward to 2012's San Diego Comic con where I stumbled upon Wacom's booth. They were demoing their newest products.. the 22hd and the 22hd/24hd touch tablets. I excitedly jumped on the biggest and baddest with touch support... After about 15 minutes of clawing around the buggy touch interface.. (which the Wacom dude had to reset 3 times) I moved over the 22HD and wow.. heaven. I must have sat there for at least 45 minutes.. just playing. I sat there so long, they ended up putting my stuff on their overhead screen for con goers to see while I was drawing. I guess some thought I was some popular artist worth knowing (I'm not.. at least, I don't think so) as they started to take pictures of me and the scribbles I was making on the screen.. (It was Batman, for those curious minds out there).
I was sold. As soon as Amazon orders went live with their free Prime shipping, I ordered one.
I've been using it since then daily and absolutely love it. I have difficultly expressing how much it's changed my digital work life.
So pros and cons.
- It's a very nice big screen. I love the widescreen aspect as it allows more space on the sides for menus.. though that may be a personal choice for some as it does shrink the workable (portrait style) space a little.
- Bright screen with zero pixel flaws.
- Sturdy build on the bezel for moving around whenever as you need.
- Wiring system is still a little overwrote.. but improved and streamlined through a single port on the back, which helps manage wires quite a bit.
- It works flawlessly with all my pro-software
- Game changer. In case you can't tell.. I love it. The only negative I'm finding is that when I use friends computers for work, I have a habit of touching their screens.. which they hate, understandably. :)
- Speaking of games, I play PC games on it all the time.. most recently Bioshock Infinite cranked on high and it looked great.. no streaking or screen tearing etc.
- The base is cool.. and give you a lot of really nice adjustment options.. but for my setup, I found myself working around the stand instead of it working for me. So, depending on your desk and space.. I'd recommend you get an ergo arm for it (which I ordered off amazon as well for about a $100) That made all the difference and took "working around" out of the equation as you can easily put the screen exactly wherever it's most comfortable for you.
- The buttons work well enough, and there's a lot of them (18) which is nice. but I tend to work in a dark studio space and find fumbling around for them to be a little bit of a hassle. I wish they had LEDs or something more tactile on them to make them easier to see in the dark or find without taking your eyes off the screen.
Once again, I found a solution and bought Razer's Nostromo keypad. It's keys have LEDS in them, are all programable/assignable to multiple sets and it sits easily on your desk or in your lap to toggle keys as you draw/paint/sculpt. It felt much more natural for how I work, than reaching for my keyboard or holding the edge of the screen to access the Cintiq's buttons.
- The screen DOES have some sparkle.. the anti glare or scratch coating is pretty noticeable when you first fire it up.. but unlike some, it didn't bother me then and I hardly even notice it now. But it's there, so it's worth a mention.
- This is more a disclaimer as I've read some saying it's tough to color correct the screen. I come from a video background and generally run a few monitors at once, not only to have more screens to spread out my work space, but to compare my end product between them to get an average that looks good on all the screens. (colors and gamut can look very diverse on different monitors and screens) I know it's not the slickest way to work, but that method has done well by me this long. In short, I don't know if the Cintiq 22hd has trouble color correcting, all I can say is that I've experienced no issues with it myself.
Even without the extras I mentioned (ergo arm and nostromo keypad), the Cintiq 22hd is fantastic tool right out of the box.
If you can't get together the scratch, get the largest Wacom Intous you can as it's an amazingly efficient and comparably inexpensive tool that will do 99% of what you need and do it very well. (I still have mine for portability and backup) But if you're really serious about digital art and do it (or plan to do it) for a living, I couldn't recommend the 22HD higher.
Whatever you do, don't skimp and get the smaller 12WX cintiq.. you'll hate yourself later, it's money better spent or saved, elsewhere.. trust me. And as sexy as they seem.. IMO, I wouldn't bother with the more expensive touch models.. unless you just HAVE to have the touch function and extra few inches of screen space. $$$$$!
On Amazon's side, I have nothing but praise. At time of release, Wacom's own stock (also free shipping from them) was on back order.. I placed my order a few days after they were available with no tax and free shipping. Three days later, I was unwrapping the beast in my living room. Great job!
It isn't often I bother writing product reviews, particularly this long after I've bought it. But this is hands down the best (profession related) purchase I've ever made. So worth the money as it's immeasurably changed how efficiently I work.
It's a thing of beauty and I think you'll love it.
Please do not settle for any of the cheaper options, save up the money and get this because it is so worth it! I am being as honest as I can be with this review, I made a huge mistake of buying the cheaper options and I really want people who are potential buyers to not make the mistake I did. I was intimidated by this price point it is super expensive so I bought one of the cheaper monitors and holy crap I regret it. It did not work well at all I was constantly frustrated with the pen pressure not working and the delayed response, and I emailed for help and drivers and nothing ever worked.
I saved up the money, I bought this one and I have absolutely no regrets. This is an amazing product it works the moment you plug it in, the pen pressure it amazing there is absolutely no delay. I love the adjusters on the back so I can have it standing or even put it in my lap and draw. The shortcut buttons are the side make it so that you don't need your keyboard, and the touch pads on the back have great placement and are easy to use.
I promise you it is so worth the money if you are passionate about art and want this. Obviously if you aren't super serious about making digital art, maybe save the money and get their tablets but I am using this for my career and the convenience of being able to draw right on the monitor and getting that precision is great.
I had a few problems which made me remove a star. First, I ordered this on prime, and even though I live in Virginia, it was somehow delivered and signed for in Pennsylvania, which is a little nerve wracking when you just spent 2k on something! I don't know if this error is on Amazon or UPS, but regardless, Amazon quickly sent me another. The next problem I had was when I opened this product it was apparent to me that it had been returned by someone. Everything was in perfect working order and all the pieces were there, but the packaging had been removed and there was some fingerprints/ dirt on the screen from the apparent previous owners. I wasn't very pleased so I contacted Amazon and they were fabulous going above and beyond to rectify the situation. Again, I'm not sure if this problem is on Amazons end, or Wacoms because I believe Wacom supplies the products and Amazon just ships it. Anyway, it's all water under the bridge now.
Back to the tablet. It's responsive, beautiful and handles like an expensive sports car. My only teeny tiny criticism is that I wish the express keys had some sort of backlight. I usually work in a dimmed room and since the keys are the same color as the bezel I have trouble seeing them when it's dark. I'm sure I just need to build some muscle memory and this will be a non-issue.
UPDATED 9/16: Sadly, within 5 days of use, my pen monitor has died. Because of the value of the item, I cannot receive a replacement until I ship the old one back, losing many days valuable work. Be really careful and make sure the item you receive is indeed new, and not used, as I imagine the reason mine was originally returned was due to defects (see attached picture).
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