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Wacom Cintiq 24 HD Touch

by Wacom

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  • Comes with 24-inch HD display with extra-wide viewing angle, which is ideal for working on wide-format
  • The Cintiq 24 HD touch displays up to 97% of Adobe RGB colour space and 1.07 billion colours
  • Ergonomic stand
  • You can even adjust the display so that it overhangs the edge of your desk floating just above your knees in an ideal position for drawing
  • The Cintiq 24 HD touch adjusts quickly to a variety of ergonomic working positions
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Product Information

Style Name: Touchscreen
Technical Details
Item Weight37 Kg
Product Dimensions76.9 x 6.4 x 46.3 cm
Item model numberDTH-2400
Screen Size24.1 inches
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 46,444 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight40 Kg
Date First Available1 Jan 2012

Product Description

Style Name: Touchscreen

Product Description

Cintiq 24HD Touch full HD 1920 x 1200 Interactive Pen and Touch Display, 24-inch a-SI Active Matrix TFT LCD (H-IPS) with Ergonomic Stand

Experience Professional Creativity in Revolutionary Dimensions
Wacom Cintiq 24HD Touch

Start working naturally on screen and dive right into your creative processes. Zoom in, move around, turn and navigate your image -- it's easy with the intuitive multi-touch combinations. The Cintiq 24HD Touch offers true-to-life colours and can show up to 97% of the Adobe RGB colour space on its 24-inch display: that's more than one billion colours. Thanks to the innovative stand, you can work in a variety of ergonomic positions, while the advanced pen technology offers you accurate control of pressure-sensitive effects. Let your creative potential run free and maximise your productivity in design, image processing, videos and art -- all with the pioneering Cintiq 24HD Touch.

The Cintiq 24HD Touch offers creative professionals a natural and comprehensive tool for creating designs, images, video content and artistic works. Try it and let Wacom's state-of-the-art pen technology, tilt-recognition and multi-touch display open up a world of creative possibilities. By using applications featuring Windows and Mac multi-touch gestures as standard, you can move, enlarge, and turn the canvas as you use the professional-quality pen to produce your work. The Cintiq also allows you to store customised time-saving shortcuts.

Wacom Cintiq 24HD Touch

Facts and Features

  • Intuitive multi-touch interface. Move, enlarge, turn and navigate using your fingers (minimum Windows 7, Mac OS 10.15.8 upwards)
  • True-to-life colours -- the Cintiq 24HD Touch can display up to 97% of the Adobe RGB colour space (1.07 billion colours)
  • Widescreen format, 24-inch display with a large viewing angle; ideal for working on large-format HD content.
  • The innovative, ergonomic stand allows you to set the Cintiq 24HD Touch to a variety of working positions quickly, including over the edge of a table for the ideal drawing position
  • The advanced pressure and tilt-sensitive pen technology (with 2048 pressure levels) offers a natural working feel just like an analogue pen, marker or brush
  • RGB-LED background lighting and the Wacom colour calibration software enable fine-tuning of colour quality
  • Time-saving ExpressKeys, Touch Rings and a radial menu for customisable short-cuts and additional functions
  • Size and weight: 769.3mm x 463.74mm x 64.0mm (without stand), 28.6kg with stand, 13.7kg without stand
True-to-Life Colours

The Cintiq 24HD Touch can display up to 97% of the Adobe RGB colour space and more than one billion colours. It is the ideal tool for colour-critical processes such as animation, photography and video post-production.

Professional Pen Performance

Working with the Cintiq 24HD Touch will soon start to feel like writing and drawing with analogue brushes and pens.

The sensor in the nib of the professional Wacom pen registers even the lightest pressure -- just one gram of pressure applied is enough to be recorded.

Extraordinary Comfort

The ergonomic stand with its integrated weight compensation allows you to adjust the tilt and height of the Cintiq 24HD Touch to your ideal working position quickly and easily.

It even offers you the option of positioning the display to hang over the edge of a table and to hover over your lap.

Wacom Software for Display Controls

The Wacom display control software was conceived to accompany the Cintiq 24HD Touch. This user-friendly application offers full control over the high-performance technology featured in this model.

Thanks both to the large colour space and the high-contrast LCD bar on the monitor, the Cintiq 24HD touch is a highly-flexible tool which can display colour spaces like Adobe RGB and sRGB to full precision and emulate printed work using ICC profiles and internal 3D look-up tables.

Intuitive Controls

The 10 programmable ExpressKeys offer you fast access to your shortcuts. Use the TouchRing to zoom, scroll, and change brush size while the adaptable side controls on the Wacom Grip Pen allow you to program it with a range of functions; the end of the pen even features a programmable digital eraser.

Wacom Colour Calibration Software

The Wacom Cintiq 24HD Touch colour calibration software and a colour measurement sensor gather colormetrics from the screen during calibration, with the final result displaying high levels of precision, reliability and replicability. Colour-critical applications can only produce results when coupled with comprehensive hardware calibration, and the Cintiq 24HD Touch colour calibration bundled calibration and profiling software package offers not just 14-bit resolution per RGB channel, but light saturation, white point, and luminance calibration. It can also produce 16-bit based ICC profiles for Apple and Windows operating systems.

Wacom Cintiq Comparison Chart
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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
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 touch interactive pen display;Adjustable display stand;Cordless
battery-free Grip Pen;Desktop pen stand with 10 replacement nibs & nib removal tool;DisplayPort cable;DVI-I to VGA cable;DVI-D to DVI-D cable;USB cable;AC power adaptor with EU/UK power plug;CD-ROM with driver software;Software download instruction;Quick start guide

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Nathan T on 4 Jun 2013
Style Name: Touchscreen
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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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Phil on 22 Jan 2014
Style Name: Standard screen Verified Purchase
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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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. W. Campbell on 2 Nov 2011
Style Name: Standard screen
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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