Wacom’s new ‘Engine’ turns your Cintiq Pro into a workstation

What’s better than a big drawing tablet? A really big drawing tablet. Wacom today announced the Cintiq Pro 24, joining the current 13 and 16-inch models. It’s sporting a 4K Display with 98 percent Adobe RGB coverage, ensuring accuracy for color-critical work. It also supports Wacom’s new-ish Pro Pen 2 with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, tilt detection, and an etched glass panel for low parallax. Perhaps more interesting, however, is Wacom’s new Cintiq Pro Engine. It’s basically a mini computer that attaches to the back of your Cintiq to turn it into a all-in-one, semi-portable workstation. The engine includes…

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