Wacom Technology Corp. today announced the introduction of the Cintiq 12WX and Cintiq 20WSX, two new choices for direct pen-on-screen input for artists and animators. The Cintiq 12WX boasts a new low-profile, lightweight and flexible design and is made for professional digital content creators looking to improve and streamline their workflow. The Cintiq 20WSX is a wide-format desktop pen display that offers the same design elements and ergonomic enhancements as the Cintiq 21UX with the expanded 16:10 aspect ratio.
The Cintiq 12WX weighs just 4.4 pounds and offers slimline dimensions comparable to Wacom’s Intuos3 6×11 pen tablet. It is suitable for a variety of computer environments, especially those where users wish to work across multiple monitors, and works seamlessly with more than 100 software applications. Key features include a high-quality 12.1-inch TFT LCD wide-format display, ten customizable ExpressKeys, a display toggle function, a programmable touch strip, a cordless and battery-free Grip Pen and tilt functionality supported with angles of up to 60 degrees. The model carries an estimated retail price of $999 and comes with an adjustable stand that is completely integrated into the Cintiq’s body.
The Cintiq 20WSX features a 20.1-inch widescreen LCD (WSXGA+ 1680×1050 resolution) and the same intuitive design as the 21UX. An estimated street price of $1,999 sets a new benchmark for affordability, allowing a broader audience the option of working directly on screen with a Wacom pen.
‘Wacom’s three-tiered interactive pen display family is made complete with the introduction of the Cintiq 20WSX,’ says Michael Marcum. ‘Now, every professional working with digital content and looking to enhance productivity and creative freedom can find the right Cintiq to match specific workflows and budgets.’
The Cintiq 12WX and Cintiq 20WSX are available through a number of retail channels and can also be ordred online at www.wacomdirect.com. The site also offers more information on these and other Wacom products.