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Wacom Cintiq 13HD Reviews

Read This Reviews Before you Purchase Wacom Cintiq 13HD

The Wacom Cintiq 13HD is the latest addition in Wacom's interactive pen tablet range and is aimed at Amateur photographers, designer or artists who'd like all the functionality of a conventional pen tablet combined with an interactive, high performance LCD display.

One of the smallest and slimmest models in Wacom's Cintiq line up, The Wacom Cintiq 13HD allows you to draw, brush or paint on exactly what you see with great precision using a new and improved cordless pro pent that offers 2.048 levels of pressure sensitivity, as well as tilt control (60*) for angled brush strokes.

The tablet has a working active area of 299 x 171mm, boasts a native high-definition resolution of 1920 x 1080 and renders 16.7 million colours to ensure natural and faithful tones are displayed.

With an all matt finish and an ambidextrous design, it could easily be mistake for Wacom's intous 5 at first glance, but a closer inspection reveals The Wacom Cintiq 13HD has a slightly larger working surface area and a different arrangement of express keys, it has four express keys in total, two of which can be found above and below the rocker ring. These can be used to access frequently used tools or commands in you software and are customisable from the computer's preferences, much like the rocker ring in the centre. At the rear, there are slots to hold the Wacom's Cintiq 13HD's stand in place and it can be set to there different positions to find the best angle to suit your style of working. Alternatively, there;s the option to remove the stand and lay it flat, if you'd prefer to work on images with a bird's eye view.

The tablet Wacom Cintiq 13HD really comes into its own when you'd like to edit specific areas of an image with the highest level of accuracy. Working on the surface of an image you;re viewing takes a bit of you regularly want to create highly detailed selections and paths. The quality of the HD display is first class. It provides a crisp, sharp image that can be set up to mirror the screen feed or it can be used as a secondary display. The pen is comfortable to hold over long periods and comes supplied with a selection of replacement pen nibs, with some offering a rougher feel as they're used over the tablet's surface.

The advantage The Wacom Cintiq 13HD has over other pen tablets is it provides a way of working on the surface of you images, which results in it feeling like you're better connected with your photographs. It does come at a high price however, and "Click Here" for see the Prices, its likely to have a limited appeal for anyone other than professional retouchers or those who demand the most precise cursor movement.

For those who'd like a pro spec tablet but can't justify the price of The Wacom Cintiq 13HD, the best alternative is Wacom's intuos 5 pen and Touch it doesn't feature an LCD panel but offers the same levels of pen pressure sensitivity and tilt control as The Wacom Cintiq 13HD, plus it has the benefit of being able to use finger gestures to control the cursor. Prices for the smallest Intuos 5 start "Click Here" for see the Prices information

Pros And Conc Wacom Cintiq 13HD

- Screen
- Slimline Design

- Expensive
- Only four express keys

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