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Wacom Cintiq 24 HD

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  • Features 24-inch (61 cm) wide-screen display provides an ideal workspace for creating digital content
  • High display fidelity with Full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,200) and high colour gamut (92% Adobe RGB) to bring your creative ideas to life
  • Supports HDCP protocol to view copy protected materials
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Technical Details
BrandWacom
Item Weight36 Kg
Product Dimensions76.9 x 6.4 x 46.4 cm
Item model numberCINTIQ24HD
ColorDark Grey
Screen Size24.1 inches
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Number of VGA Ports1
Wattage71 watts
Power SourceAC
  
Additional Information
ASINB005MYF4J6
Best Sellers Rank 84,076 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight37 Kg
Date First Available14 Sept. 2011
  
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Product Description

Cintiq 24HD Full HD

State-of-the-art technology meets impressive design. The Cintiq 24HD is the flagship product of the Cintiq range and has been designed for professional use. This interactive pen display from Wacom sets a new standard for everybody working in 3D design, animation, game development, industrial design and visual effects that is no longer willing to compromise when it comes to image quality, ergonomics and comfort.

Also state-of-the-art: The Cintiq 24HD allows professional users to work for exceptionally long periods of time without tiring. That is thanks to its ten individually configurable ExpressKeys, two handy Touch Rings, and above all the specially designed stand that allows you to select a working position freely, including away from the desk, much like a drafting table.

Discover the first interactive pen display to give you a new digital drawing experience without asking you to make any further compromises – because it doesn′t make any itself.

Cintiq 24HD – uncompromisingly professional.

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Cintiq 24HD Touch
Creative field Sketching, drawing Sketching, drawing, painting Sketching, drawing, painting Sketching, drawing, painting, 3D production Sketching, drawing, painting, 3D production, High-end photo retouching
Product type Slim and compact interactive display Creative desktop Creative desktop with multi-touch Creative workbench Creative workbench with multi-touch
Display stand 4-position adjustable stand (removable) Rotatable stand ±180, rotation and incline positions, from 10° to 65° Rotatable stand ±180, rotation and incline positions, from 10° to 65° Fully adjustable and ergonomic stand Fully adjustable and ergonomic stand
Technology IPS LCD IPS LCD IPS LCD IPS LCD IPS LCD
Resolution 13.3" 1920 x 1080 21.5" 1920 x 1080 21.5" 1920 x 1080 24" 1920 x 1200 24" 1920 x 1200
Size (W/H/D) in mm 375 x 248 x 14 650 x 400 x 55 650 x 400 x 55 769 x 463 x 64 769 x 463 x 64
Adobe RGB colour gamut 75% 72% 72% 92% 97%
Displayable colours 16.7 million 16.7 million 16.7 million 16.7 million 1.07 billion
Contrast ratio 700:01:00 1000:01:00 900:01:00 550:01:00 850:01:00
Brightness (typical) 250 cd/m2 230 cd/m2 210 cd/m2 190 cd/m2 300 cd/m2
Multi-touch No No Yes No Yes

Box Contains

Cintiq 24HD interactive pen display
Adjustable display stand
Cordless
battery-free Grip Pen with thick non-hole grip
Desktop pen stand with 10 replacement nibs and nib removal tool
DisplayPort cable (connected with display)
DVI-I to VGA cable
DVI-D to DVI-D cable ( connected within display stand)
USB cable (connected within display stand)
AC power adaptor with EU/UK power plug
CD-ROM with driver software
Software download instruction
3 pcs screws for VESA plate
6 pcs VESA metal spacer
Quick start guide

Customer Reviews

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After ten days use, I'm sending the Cintiq 24HD touch back - can't justify the price with the issues below.

First I'll outline the pro's though! (its not all bad)

1. Incredible product design - really really solid and you feel completely confident adjusting screen angle 'on the fly' and the large real estate of the screen is just wonderful, feels like a throw back to working on my old drawing table, lots of freedom to work. Warning, the thing is HUGE - probably 30" wide including the bezel. Make sure you have a decent sized surface to sit it on, and sturdy - weighs a ton.

2. Very easy to set up - but be aware that you'll most likely (certainly if using with a mac) require the right adaptors (DVI to mini display port). After that, takes no time at all to get up and running.

3. Colours really pop! Despite taking a bit of calibration with the native software, you might (at first) be a little annoyed that the colours seem a bit fake somehow, red too saturated in my case. But after a while, judging next to my apple 27" display, I actually think the colour gamut is far richer on the Cintiq. With any two monitors, its worth baring in mind that (without pro colour calibration kit) its really quite hard to get displays matching up, so if colour is crucial to your work and you do need to use two monitors - you'll most certainly need to invest more money in colour calibration tools. Also bare in mind that if you intend to 'mirror' the displays then the monitors need to be set at the same resolution - more on this to follow!

4. Superb pen and sensitivity! The standard included grip pen is just fantastic! Completely natural.
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As Ryan Kingslin once said "Using a mouse with Zbrush is like painting with a brick". Wacom tablets have been used by many artists, not only in Zbrush, but many other 3D packages, including Mudbox, Silo, Maya, 3DSMax, Modo and many more. In fact in every step of 3D development the Wacom tablet excels at what would be more cumbersome with a mouse.

For the past year or so I have been using a Wacom Intuous5 Touch. This was the first time I owned a graphics tablet, and after using it my productivity within various 3D packages excelled over the mouse. I even started doing traditional 2D art in Photoshop, it was amazing!

So when I got a payout last month I began to look at the Cintiq 13HD. I did my research, and came to the conclusion that the 13" screen was going to be an eyestrain, and that I would end up mirroring my main monitor so the whole thing would be bigger, thus negating the function of the device and reducing it to a fancy Intuous. This conclusion came from reading many reviews on forums and watching many videos on youtube. So I decided to look higher.

The Cintiq 22HD caught my eye, but again, something about the specs didn't sit right, and the 24HD stated it was designed with 3D artists in mind. I was going to go for the 24HD Touch, but was put off by the many people who bought it and wished they hadn't spent the extra grand. So I set my sights on the 24HD and began to scour the websites. I was going to buy one from PC World at £1,899.99, but then I spotted it on Amazon which was reduced for the sales. I got it for £1,679.99 brand new. I placed the order over the weekend and it arrived the following Tuesday.
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Be very careful if you intend to buy a Cintiq.

Mine failed within four months or so of buying it, and the only support that Wacom will offer is to either

a. replace it with a refurbished, second hand product, or
b. you can send it to the place where you purchased it (at your risk and expense) for repair

Looking online, it does appear that they fail quite frequently. Therefore, I would consider it quite a gamble to purchase one of these.

There are, admittedly, few alternatives. And when it worked, it was great.

But they are unreliable and you'll be shelling out a lot of cash for something that, should it fail, will result in you either being palmed off with a refurb, or with a crippling bill to send it for repair.

You should also note that Wacom will not replace/repair the item without you sending them a copy of your passport or driving licence. I can't think why they need this, but this clearly opens you up to a greater risk of identity theft.

Caveat emptor: you have been warned.
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I'll second the recommendation for Lambda-Tek in another review -- my 24HD came from them at an unbeatable price and next day delivery. I'll echo the caveats about the size and weight of the unit -- I managed to get it up a flight of stairs to my studio and set up myself, but I felt like I'd had a bit of a work-out by the time I'd done.

It's also slightly disappointing that you can only lock the arms in the upright position, or lower the display all the way down. There are two hidden extendable feet that provide an intermediate height which I find I prefer, but at this price point, even a small niggle is worth noting. Also worth mentioning is the built-in fan. The plus side is that it makes the unit cooler to the touch in use than the 21UX, but the fan is audible. If you have any other noise in the room (radio, music, other people) then I doubt you'll even notice it, but if your habit is to work in silence (unlikely, but not impossible, I suppose) then you might find it annoying.

On the plus side: the thing feels HUGE, and looks fantastic. It's smooth and responsive to work on, and the ability to fit a full-size keyboard underneath it (you can invoke an on-screen keyboard from one of the three dedicated buttons at the top of the unit) addresses one of my primary niggles with the 21UX. I never used to rotate my old 21UX but the loss of that ability can be offset by programming one of the two control wheels for document rotation in applications that support it (i.e.: everything except Illustrator).
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