Wacom Cintiq Pro 24inch Pen Display + Ergo Stand Bundle DTK2420K0
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Create directly on screen with our most natural pen experience
The premium 4K screen with world class color performance, and virtually no parallax, enhances every creative breakthrough.
The included Wacom Pro Pen 2 provides state-of-the-art creative pen technology, meaning every stroke, every move of your hand is followed with unerring accuracy.
- Wacom Pro Pen 2: 8192 Levels of Pen Pressure Sensitivity.
- The best 4K display: 23.6" 3840 x 2160
- 99% Adobe RGB.
- 20.55 x 11.57" Active Area.
- Natural interface with multi-touch gestures, customizable ExpressKeys™, radial menus and one-touch shortcuts to speed workflow.
- USB Type-C, Display Port & HDMI Connectivity
- Built-In Stand
- Windows and Mac Compatible
Wacom Pro Pen 2
The Wacom Pro Pen 2 provides you with a smooth and responsive writing or drawing experience. It features 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, 40° of tilt support, no parallax, and virtually lag-free tracking. Moreover, it doesn't have any batteries so you won't have to charge it.
The included ExpressKey Remote has 17 custom application-specific keys and a finger-sensitive Touch Ring for access to time-saving shortcuts.
(Not Included) Transform your Cintiq Pro into its own standalone creative pen computer with the optional Wacom Cintiq Pro Engine creative PC module. This module attaches into the back of your Cintiq Pro, eliminating cables and providing you with up to an Intel Xeon processor and NVIDIA Quadro graphics for a more convenient and powerful system.
Wacom Cintiq Pro Ergo Stand
(Included in cost) To create in complete comfort, attach the Wacom Ergo Stand to your Cintiq Pro 24. It allows you to raise, tilt and rotate your pen display to easily adjust the viewing angle and find the most natural position for you. Your Cintiq Pro 24 becomes a stable surface on which to create – just like drawing at a drafting table. Plus, you can rotate the display like you would move a sheet of paper to draw at a fresh angle.