For digital content creators, Wacom recently launched a newCintiq Pro 16Creative pen tablet.Based on more than 35 years of product innovation and valuable customer feedback, Wacom Cintiq Pro 16 combines the performance of the company’s most natural and precise pen with newly improved ergonomics into a stylish and portable form factor. Help artists, designers, photographers or anyone who is passionate about art get their creativity from pen to screen.
Faik Karaoglu, Executive Vice President of Marketing, Wacom Creative Business Unit, said: “The launch of Cintiq Pro 16 integrates the power of our flagship creative pen display product line into an extremely portable device that is more adaptable than ever before-not only Provide artists with better precision and flexibility in how and where they work. Wacom continues to build products to help artists and designers realize their full potential and reimagine what is possible.”
Karaoglu added: “Wacom Cintiq Pro 16’s sleek and thin design makes it easy to fit in a laptop bag or backpack. It is a smart choice for today’s digital content creators who find themselves frequently moving between work and computer. For For professionals who have already used Cintiq Pro 24 or 32 in the workplace, it is very meaningful to have Cintiq Pro 16 in a home studio, because this equipment is the most familiar. It is for training the next generation to engage in animation, industrial design, and game development. This is also an excellent choice for vocational schools such as education, photography, etc.”.
In order to increase customization and complexity, Cintiq Pro 16 has a physical switch on the top edge of the screen bezel to turn multi-touch on or off for those users who like to turn off touch at work. In addition, 8 ExpressKeys, used to integrate keyboard shortcuts and modifiers into your personal workflow, are conveniently placed on both sides of the rear edge of the display (4 on each side) for better ergonomics. And provide more screen space for drawing. Karaoglu said: “Moving the ExpressKeys to the back of the device is more intuitive, improving ergonomics and tactile feedback, because these keys are located in areas where most users’ hands tend to naturally tend to work.”