|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Graphics Coprocessor||No graphic GPU onboard|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||2 days|
Wacom DTH1620AK0 Cintiq Pro 16" Graphic Tablet with Link Plus,Black
|Operating System||Windows and Mac|
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- Remarkable clarity with high resolution display and superior color quality (94 percentage Adobe RGB). Maximum display resolution up to 4K(3840 x 2160)
- Displayable colors (maximum): 16.7 million, brightness: 250 cd/m2; Wacom's most natural and advanced pen performance with 4x greater accuracy and pressure sensitivity and virtually lag free tracking
- Multi touch gestures, customizable Express keys (available with optional Express key remote), radial menus and one touch shortcuts to speed your workflow
- The authentic feel and artistic control of the Wacom Pro Pen 2 on the etched glass screen; Nibs :10 (6 standard, 4 felt)
- Integrated stand for working at an inclined angle. Compatible with Windows and Mac
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Wacom Cintiq Pro
Create on screen with our most natural pen experience
For professional artists and designers who want a world-class pen-on-screen creative experience, Wacom Cintiq Pro offers our most powerful array of capabilities in a creative pen display. Cintiq Pro features the Wacom Pro Pen 2, high display resolution and color performance, and multi-touch control.
Receive 2 months of Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (Photoshop & Lightroom) when you register your product.
Wacom Pro Pen 2: natural and precise
The new Wacom Pro Pen 2 gives you Wacom’s most accurate and advanced pen performance and realistic pen-on-paper feel. With 4x higher pen accuracy and pressure sensitivity than previous versions, outstanding tilt recognition and virtually lag-free tracking (in supported software), the Pro Pen 2 delivers the ultimate in creative control.
A display that looks and feels totally natural
The Wacom Cintiq Pro 16 features a beautiful new design with an etched-glass screen and an integrated stand for working at an inclined angle. Wacom Cintiq Pro works with your favorite 2D and 3D creative software to give you the authentic feel, accuracy and control to create anything that you can imagine.
Remarkable high-definition clarity and superior color quality
Your work is made to be seen. With up to 4K resolution and superb color accuracy (94% of Adobe RGB/CIE1976), you won’t be able to take your eyes off it.
A natural interface
All models support intuitive multi-touch gestures to speed your workflow, letting you zoom, pan and navigate with a sweep of your fingers. You can also customize your workflow with programmable on-screen Radial Menus and pen side switches, or you can add the ExpressKey Remote (sold separately) for additional shortcut keys and navigational controls.
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For professional artists and designers who want to add a world class pen on screen creative experience to their Mac or PC, Wacom Cintiq Pro offers Wacom's most powerful array of capabilities in a high performance 15.6" creative pen display. The Cintiq Pro 16 features the Wacom Pro pen 2 with 4X higher pen accuracy and pressure sensitivity, 4K resolution display (3840 x 2160) and exceptional color performance (94 percent Adobe RGB) in a compact display. In addition to a complete range of helpful creative features such as on screen radial menus and multi touch controls, the new Cintiq Pro 16 attaches easily to your Mac or PC with a simple USB connection. It has never been so easy to experience the Joy of creating with the powerful new Wacom Cintiq Pro.
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Our first attempt at getting it to work was abysmal. Followed by a second failed attempt. The third finally got it working at which point the defect was discovered. The following is a list of what we experienced and what you might be able to expect:
1) The packaging comes with cables but not enough cables to plug the tablet into the majority of computers. Our option was to use USB-C or Mini DP to Mini DP even though it has an HDMI plug, no HDMI cable is provided.
2) The HDMI option is a total farce. The breakout box has an HDMI plug but im 99% sure it is a dummy to give the illusion of choice. The HDMI port does not function and the cintiq has no method to change the input choice from display port to hdmi. If this is a cable issue then providing an adequate HDMI cable could have been a cheap solution for something that costs $1500.
3) Cable fiasco at hand, we purchased a mini displayport to hdmi cable. This has now shown some progress as during POST we can see the motherboard OEMs logo. Display does not function in windows still but touch works and everything indicates that it is correctly connected and displaying, however Cintiq says no signal.
4) Driver issues. Wacom served outdated drivers on their website that the moment after isntall require another update and restart. That being said the whole process has to occur more than once and it would not see the intuos or new cintiq.
5) Deadzone! Now we purchased Mini Displayport to Display port cable (honestly who has a USB C or mini displayport on their desktop?) and now we have display! Excitement returns and promptly jump in to try it out and make a drawing. Immediately my wife notices she cant select one of the option in photoshop using the pen. The cursor "jumps" over that section of the display. Further investigation shows that its happening across the entire screen. She grabs a pen tool and starts drawing to see what the hiccup is. Turns out there is an inch wide dead zone that will not pickup the pen at all. The cursors jumps from the top to the bottom of this section and vice versa. If you try to draw in the middle of it, it will draw a straight line above or below the dead zone. If you try and draw up and down it will make gaps in the line. If you continue this process left to right it will draw an obvious rectangle highlighting the dead zone.
We will be returning the Cintiq as we could have dealt with all the small problems, but an inch wide dead zone across the entire tablet where the pen doesnt register is just completely unacceptable for a professional drawing tablet that costs this much.
Will likely investigate the surface studio instead. So long wacom!
Great drawing capability.
Doesn't work 95% of the time.
Mediocre display quality.
I spent an hour trying to get this to work on my 2017 Dell XPS 15 via USB-C. The image displays/mirrors my laptop's screen, but the pen doesn't work. I finally got it to work after uninstalling the Wacom driver and restarting my computer. After drawing for 20 minutes, I unplugged the USB-C cable from my computer and set it to the side. An hour later, I plugged it back in. Doesn't work. Went through the same process, again, and it still doesn't work.
How in the world is their support database completely lacking in troubleshooting tips for connection issues? Everything is so basic. "Plug it in. If it doesn't work, contact support".
This product feels like it's in the range of $300 - $400 - not $1,499.
- It feels like you're drawing on paper!
- Highly sensitive pen that easily detects pressure on the screen.
What I don't like about this product:
- Dead pixels on the screen. (You'd think the quality checkers would of realized that a part of the screen didn't even work before shipping it...)
- Touch does not work very well. It's mostly a joke. The iPad is far superior when it comes to palm rejection and recognition of finger gestures.
- The product didn't work with my PC using the latest version of Windows 10. It didn't even recognize the product. (Yes, the drivers were already installed.)
- My mac recognized the display with USB-C ports, but it was so finicky, that it was still frustrating to use.
- The video converter turned out to be defective as well. (Another quality assurance issue that went undetected...)
- The drivers would suddenly freeze at times without any warning -- and you wouldn't be able to draw or do anything for about a minute (or more) until it magically decided to unlock itself again. Ugh!
Overall, I wish it had been a good experience, but I ended up having to return the product.
The second item came all damaged with the package all opened.
I expected something would go bad, and as I expected it did.
After of regular use for a while I started to noticed a small blue stuck pixel on the bottom left corner, it was fine because it didn’t bother with the canvas or the art program itself. But as time passed it became much more worst than before.
After that this happened, a straight line appeared. I fully not recommend buying this product, as for my experience buying it twice and getting the exact same problem already is a bad sign.
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After extensive research this does not work with HDMI.
When I got this product the box was already open (it was obviously a return) but I decided to give it a go anyhow.
On my PC after following the directions to the letter, it just would not work with the pen, but the display worked. I thought perhaps it was a driver issue, so:
I tried using a laptop with an absolute fresh install of windows 10. I plugged it in, and it worked!
Then I restarted and - the display stopped working!
I tried different HDMI cables - nothing.
Uninstalling, reinstalling drivers - nothing.
After some google-fu I found that this is a common problem and will not get solved.
The only way this is useful is if you have a direct usb-C connection. If not: stay away! This is no where near worth the money it costs.
For $2000 as a extension only device without a CPU that allows for independent operation this is a rather expensive piece of tech. Considering a 4K screen with equal or superior quality can cost only half or less. However since this is marketed for it's art applications it earns full points for it's primary feature and only is commendable for it's primary feature.
This tablet has virtually no parallax and the pressure sensitivity is seamless to human sense. Drawing is very fluid and natural. However...as mentioned this is a single purpose equipment for drawing and only great for drawing, only recommended for the most dedicated digital artist who will find it's value worthwhile. For everyday non-art related use this is would be a total waste of money as there are much cheaper and practical alternative touch screen devices.
Side note: The link adapter hub for 1 cable connection is a hit and miss regarding functionality, it glitches and flickers especially for 4K connection. 2 cable connection with power directly into tablet is more reliable.
In the three months that I have had this item, the hardware has failed on me at least twice. I've had to call either Wacom customer service and Amazon to send me TWO replacement Link Plus adapters already. Total b*llsh*t - I'm paying $2000 for this!!! I hope that another competitor really starts pushing Wacom out of its monopoly over the digital tablet market.
Touch Problems: Defaults to 'touch on' no matter what and will not turn the touch off unless the device is powered off and back on, OR, the drivers for the device are stopped and restarted multiple times from within Windows 10.
Resolution Problems: The wacom link cable will provide 4K resolution to a GTX970 but refuses with a much stronger graphics card the GTX1080Ti instead ONLY doing 2K resolution. No solution to this problem.
Glare Problems: Better than the regular cintiqs but dont kid yourself- you will need to buy thick curtains and turn the lights off for no glare.
Cable Problems: Total Mess = 2 physical cable blocks/boxes (1 power, 1 cable conversion) just to hook up a 16" screen to a PC with 6 cords going in 6 directions.