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Cintiq 21UX USB Interactive Pen Display Mac/Win

by Wacom

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  • Intuitive to use. When you're using a DTZ-2100 you work with the pen directly on the screen. This empowers you to take advantage of your natural hand-eye coordination to work more quickly and intuitively in any software application. There is little or no
  • Pressure sensitivity. With 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity, you can control your software tools by changing how hard you press the pen tip on the pen display. You can dynamically control things like exposure, brush size, opacity, and more
  • Ergonomic comfort. The DTZ-2100 has a completely flat surface edge-to-edge to allow the pen and hand to glide over the entire surface comfortably. You'll appreciate this elegant design because it eliminates the artificial borders and distractions caused b
  • ExpressKeys. Strategically placed programmable ExpressKeys give you convenient mouse clicks and keystrokes right at your fingertips. ExpressKeys are chordable and can be used for modifier keys, keyboard shortcuts, to open/run applications, and access pop-
  • Touch Strips. Finger-sensitive Touch Strips give you access to quick scrolling, zooming, controlling brush size, and more
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BrandWacom
Item Weight10 Kg
Product Dimensions41.8 x 53.5 x 4.8 cm
Item model numberWACDTZ2100
Screen Size21.3 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB0008ENBFO
Best Sellers Rank 252,733 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16 Kg
Date First Available1 Jan 2006
  
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The Cintiq 21UX interactive pen display provides the best-of-class pen experience for working directly on the screen
It combines the advantages of a large-format LCD monitor with the control, comfort, and productivity of Wacom's most sophisticated patented cordless, battery-free pen technology
With a 21
3" TFT diagonal display, the Cintiq 21UX delivers a highly sensitive pen-on-screen experience and a generous active area for working directly on large images, concepts, and designs in the most natural way possible
Working directly with the pen on screen is a natural motion that gives you an unprecedented degree of control and allows you to take advantage of natural hand-eye coordination, helping you work more intuitively and noticeably faster
The display's completely flat surface allows the hand and pen to glide over the surface of the Cintiq without bumping into any bezels or borders
A dynamically-adjustable stand allows you to rotate the display up to 180° in each direction, incline the display from 10° to 65°, and even removes it for comfortable lap use
Rear roller feet make the incline adjustments easy; the result is freedom to adjust the interactive display to positions that work for you
Strategically-placed ExpressKeys and touch strips are programmable, allowing you to customize your Cintiq to your needs
The ExpressKeys are easily accessible on either side of the display and provide quick access to keyboard shortcuts, modifier keys, and functions that minimize dependence on the keyboard for uninterrupted work sessions
Finger-sensitive touch strips are located on either side of the display for easy zooming, scrolling, or making too


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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Martin Turner HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Nov 2007
What is the coolest screen you can possibly own? Maybe Apple's latest 23" (or more, by the time you read this) screen, with its wonderfully bright colours. Maybe something from LaCie with total colour calibration control. Or maybe it's this wonderful write on screen that instantly captivates everyone who sees it.

Seriously, if you are paying this much for a screen you almost certainly have a very practical, business-oriented purpose in mind. But it's still nice to have a piece of equipment which is still thrilling even after more than a year.

Basically, the Cintiq is a 21" (diagonally, useable area) LCD screen which is also a 21" Wacom Intuos pad. You can put it up like an artist's easel, or you can fold it down so it's flat on the table. You can even turn it round to make it a portrait rather than landscape screen. It's got some extra controls on the side which, even after a year, I haven't really bothered to learn how to use. And you can write directly on it with the Wacom pen.

Perhaps write is the wrong word. This is a screen designed for photo-retouchers and illustrators. It makes cutting out a picture in Photoshop a matter of moments not minutes. It makes free-hand drawing in Illustrator almost entire transparent (there is actually a little time lag, though that could be down to the fact that it's plugged into my G4 Powerbook, not something modern). It makes highly complex changes to Illustrator paths a breeze, and all the cloning and retouching you could ever want in Photoshop a snap. The pen is beautifully pressure sensitive, and for the first time you feel you are truly interacting with the page, not merely instructing it to do things.

That's it really. The colours aren't as good as the Apple or LaCie screens, and it isn't as easy to calibrate.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By castro on 12 Nov 2008
As mentioned by the previous reviewer this is a quality product from the market leaders wacom. At this moment in time there is nothing better, however microsoft and apple will have similar screen interfaces within the next couple of years.
The overall image quality when teamed with a good graphics card is exceptional, but would you expect anything less for over a thousand pounds? As with recent models it has the express keys and an improved calibration system. Due to lack of room I now use the screen as my main monitor which serves it's purpose, but the unwielding size of it makes it difficult to take off it's stand and use it on my lap. The large power cable in the centre of the back and a hefty weight make it less than ideal for long periods of time. The prefered way would be to angle it on a desk rather than hold.
I found it came into its own when trying to draw and paint with a free flowing motion, which was more laboured on the other models. However there is a cost for this freedom, the tendency to get arm ache after a prolonged session.
There are faults, future technological improvements would include an o.l.e.d screen that could actually be drawn on rather than the cover over the screen and the inclusion of smaller power cables.
The positives however invariably outweigh the negatives. Afterall this is the best tablet on the market and i would recommend it to a serious artist or a photo re-toucher with a large studio.
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