Wacom Cintiq Pro 27 pen display engineered for harmony – PR Newswire | Ad On Picture

Wacom’s latest pen display is designed to meet the unique and unique workflow needs of today’s and tomorrow’s professional digital artists and content creation teams. It combines next-generation pen and touch technology with best-in-class screen and color performance and customizable ergonomic enhancements. The Wacom Cintiq 27 has been carefully designed to be an extension of the artist’s hand and vision.

TOKYO and PORTLAND, Ore., September 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Wacom announces the Wacom Cintiq Pro 27 pen display, a creative tool defined and developed by members of the global art and design community in collaboration with Wacom’s product teams to deliver the most comprehensive and provide the most stable pen-on-screen experience. Purpose-built for creative professionals – 2D illustrators, 3D modelers, animators, game developers, virtual production artists, etc. – the Cintiq Pro 27’s large digital canvas seamlessly interacts with creative software applications, delivering the convenience and ease of use that is synonymous with all Wacom are devices. The new 27-inch Cintiq Pro represents a major step forward in virtually every category important to digital pen display users, such as convenience and customization options. Additionally, users will appreciate its modern looks, light weight and thin 27-inch screen that has a smaller footprint than its brother, the Cintiq Pro 24. Wacom’s latest pen display joins the Cintiq Pro 16 and Cintiq Pro 24 models to form a comprehensive range of sizes to suit every need and workspace.

“The emphasis on cloud computing and the dependencies imposed on professional freelance artists and studio artists to collaborate freely, quickly, and efficiently on a global scale requires a creative, multitasking tool that can do it all,” he says Faik Karaoglu, Executive Vice President of Wacom’s Branded Business Group. “With the new Wacom Cintiq Pro 27, creative professionals can count on intuitive and natural pen and touch input, extremely accurate factory-calibrated colors, faster refresh rates, and other design features that enable users to produce and share their work comfortably and securely.” creative pipeline.”

Pro Pen 3 and Multi-Touch take customization and performance to a new level

The on-screen pen experience of the Cintiq Pro 27 has been greatly improved with the introduction of the Pro Pen 3. Users now have the ability to change the pen’s weight, barrel size, and center of gravity with interchangeable components that come with the pen. The ability to customize the pen allows artists and designers to precisely meet their work preferences, which ultimately translates into more comfortable and natural digital input sessions. In addition, the Pro Pen 3 has improved tilt detection and still features Wacom’s well-known EMR (Electro-Magnetic Resonance) technology with 8,192 pressure levels and battery-free operation. The pen never needs to be charged, saving valuable time and money. Three programmable side switches are also located on the stylus for creating software shortcuts and modifiers with virtually any pressure-sensitive application on the market.

Multi-touch is also standard and extremely valuable for an artist’s non-dominant hand when working in programs, particularly 3D applications where a model or sculpture needs to be pinched, zoomed and rotated as you work. For those working in a virtual production environment, 10-point selective touch allows users to precisely manipulate on-screen controls and other navigable features for an extremely efficient workflow. And because the pen display can work with both Mac and PC, operating system gestures are always available to the user. Multi-touch with Linux depends on application support. There is a convenient on/off button for artists and designers who prefer to work in select applications without the benefits of multi-touch.

A brilliant display

The Cintiq Pro 27’s new display offers virtually no parallax and latency with a greatly improved 120Hz refresh rate, allowing cursor tracking twice as fast as previous models. It is equipped with HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) and PQ (Perceptual Quantization) curve for viewing and editing HDR (High Dynamic Range) video content. Deliver Brilliant 4k Resolution in 10-bit color, 98% DCI-P3 (Digital Cinema Initiatives – Protocol 3), the color standard of the film industry, and 99% Adobe® RGB color accuracy, users will be amazed by the fidelity of the display and the lifelike visual experience. The display is not only Pantone® validated, but also validated Pantone SkinTone, which meets the Pantone standard for accurately displaying the full range of human skin tones. For users who would like to move their most frequently used key combinations closer to their actual workspace, easy-to-grip ExpressKeys offer®, eight in total, four on each side, have been added to the back of the display for easy, ergonomic access. In addition, Wacom has added an expandable bezel to the Cintiq Pro 27, on which you can add a small extension table to place a keyboard or smartphone, for example. The 1/4″ UNC Photo thread mounts can also be used to attach webcams and other accessories. The Cintiq Pro 27 display has a smaller footprint than the Cintiq Pro 24 and offers valuable space improvements for a cleaner and more efficient workspace. The edge-to-edge etched glass surface offers artists precise control and a natural pen-on-screen experience.

New stand for designers

The new stand of the Cintiq matches the modern, elegant design of the new pen display. It’s fully adjustable to achieve virtually any working position and even supports +/- 20 degrees of screen rotation. For users looking for a different stand option, the display has VESA mounts for other OEM stands.

“Professional content creators in media and entertainment, industrial design, and education can all benefit from a tool that works the way they want it to,” Karaoglu continues. “Whether illustrating in 2D, modeling in 3D or creating a virtual production solution, everyone has their own way of working and we are excited to introduce the Cintiq Pro 27 to the creative community.”

Works with multiple software applications. New software trial versions are also available

Wacom Cintiq Pro 27 users from all disciplines – illustration, animation, game development, photography and industrial design, to name a few – will find that all of their favorite pressure-sensitive software applications work perfectly with the new pen display. Leading applications from Adobe®Autodesk®corell®Pixelological® and the foundry® will continue to deliver amazing results for those working with a Cintiq Pro. To offer Cintiq Pro 27 customers new perspectives as they embark on their creative journey, Wacom is offering access to the following 90-day downloadable software trials at launch:® Clip Studio Paint EX, a complete and easy-to-use digital drawing application for creating comics, general illustrations and 2D animations, and MASV®, the cloud-based file sharing application for creative professionals. Also available in the second half of October as a three-month trial is Shapr3D®the intuitive CAD tool designed to make 3D modeling easier and faster, and Bluescape®, a visual collaboration solution with whiteboard capabilities, unlimited canvases and image search. Also 90-day trial versions of Toon Boom®‘s Harmony for creating end-to-end 2D animation and its Storyboard Pro application, the all-in-one storyboarding solution, will be available for download in the second half of October.

availability and sustainability

The Cintiq Pro 27 pen display will be available at launch from the Wacom eStore and select retailers. The suggested retail price for the Wacom Cintiq Pro 27 pen display is $3,499.95 (USD). The suggested retail price for the custom Wacom Ergo stand is $499.95 (USD). Wacom also cares about the environment and over 50% of the display’s main body and stand use PCR plastic.

About Wacom

Founded in 1983, Wacom is a global company headquartered in Japan (Tokyo Stock Exchange: 6727) with subsidiaries and affiliated offices around the world to support marketing and sales in over 150 countries. Wacom’s vision of bringing people and technology closer together through natural interface technologies has made the company the world’s leading manufacturer of interactive pen tablets and displays, as well as digital styluses and solutions for storing and processing digital signatures. The advanced technology of Wacom’s intuitive input devices has been used to create some of the most exciting digital artworks, films, special effects, fashion and design around the world, and offers business and home users their leading interface technology to express their personality. Visit www.wacom.com for more information.

For more information and test devices, please contact:
Douglas Little
Wacom Technology Corp.
[email protected]

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