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 Wacom 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!
The Cintiq Pro 24" Touch/NonTouch and 32" are the first Cintiqs to allow an accessory installation of a device to convert them into a fully functioning PC. The Engine slides right into the back of either Cintiq, and with its separate power source, your Display is now an independent machine ready to take on any high end production.
The Engine comes in 2 models, an i5 and a Xeon edition. Both models are VR capable and feature powerful processors, SSD Drives, and up to 32GB Ram. Both the SSD and Ram can be upgraded. And with the Engine module plugged in, theres still ample space to attach the ErgoStand Arm, Flex Arm, or the VESA Mount.
We have quite a few industry professionals coming in for this setup who might not have all the space at home for multiple devices. If you are hobbyist or student, then this combination might be a bit overkill for your needs, but this can at least give you a good indication of where the industry is going and what you might want to save up for!
Because we think the Engines are such a big hit, and we want this combination to be more accessible and affordable (we know its a bit expensive), only at Machollywood you can save a bunch of cash on bundling any pair of Cintiqs and Engines together.
Listed below we have every combination available, just add to cart and start your new journey! And if you've already bought a Cintiq 24 or 32 from us and just need the engine, give us a call and we'll give you the same discount!
You can also use Klarna to turn this payment into smaller bite sized pieces!
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