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Wacom Cintiq Pro and Engine Bundles

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Do you want the power and quality of professional studio in your own home, or does your actual production studio team need an upgrade? With the newer Cintiq Pro models and capabilities of the Wacom Engine, theres never been a better time to consolidate your artistic tools into lean, mean, creative machine!

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LaCie DJI Copilot | A Closer Look Pt. 1 - Who It's For

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Lets take a deeper look into the DJI Copilot BOSS and who can gain the most from its capabilities.

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G-Tech G-SPEED Shuttle XL RAID Array overview.

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Previously I went over the many differences within G-Tech's standard G-SPEED Shuttle (4-bay) line up. A perfectly reasonable choice for a RAID Array, but when you need just a little bit more storage all in one place, then the Shuttle XLs are what you want! They are very similar to the 4 Bays but lets go over what makes them different.

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Cintiq Pro 16” Wacom Link Update

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  Many artists have bought the new Cintiq Pro for all the advancements Wacom has made, especially the 4K resolution. But they’ve frequently said that the Cintiq Pro 16” is not capable of reaching 4K when using the Wacom Link connecting to computers with only Thunderbolt. However, a few users have found that the issue is not the Link, but the Thunderbolt cable itself can’t support 4K. Some say Wacom plans on replacing the cable, but in the mean time, this ‘Cable Matters’ Cable is highly recommended to work. If you try a different Mini DisplayPort Cable, make sure it...

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Wacom MobileStudio Pro Review by Stefan Petit

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  MobileStudio Pro  The MobileStudio Pro has been a huge improvement to its predecessor, the Companion 2. Powered by a fully featured Windows 10 computer with hardware options including a 13” or 16” model, 16GB of RAM, an i7 Processor, NVIDIA Quadro GPU, and 512GB storage. The 13” offers HD Resolution in 2560x1440, and the 16” allows up to 4K. In a successful attempt to branch out to a wider demographic, Wacom included an Intel RealSense Camera on the back of each high-end 13” and 16” models. And many of the higher models are great for doing any kind of...

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