Both photographers and artists will love using the new Wacom 27QHD and 27QHD touch.
Wacom's Cintiq 27QHD and Cintiq 27QHD touch are aimed at both designers and photographers who want what Wacom describes as "the very best pen-on-screen performance".
The Cintiq 27QHD displays 1.07 billion colours and 97 percent of the AdobeRGB colour gamut. Without any physical or visual clutter on the work surface, you can enjoy more space and freedom for creativity than ever before. Both versions of the 27QHD feature a 27-inch, 2560x1440 pixel seamless edge-to-edge glass screen. The extra wide viewing angle enables detailed, large-scale work directly on the screen. The Cintiq 27QHD offers an enhanced workflow, providing a combination of pen, multi-touch (Cintiq 27QHD touch), on-screen controls and a Radial Menu.
Pen performance remains the key ingredient to the Wacom experience and the Cintiq's Pro Pen can emulate the feel of a traditional brush or marker. Users can draw, paint, design and edit directly on screen with the Wacom pen and its 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. Helping improve workflow further, the Cintiq 27QHD comes with the new ExpressKey Remote. This hand-held set of shortcut keys and Touch Ring can be placed wherever is most convenient while working – either on screen, in the hand or beside the keyboard on the desk. Up to five ExpressKey Remotes can be attached at one time, so when combined with the onscreen controls, users have dozens of options to customize shortcut keys by task or by application.
There is a choice of stands, beginning with the integrated stand which means the Cintiq can be either laid flat (five degrees to be exact) or positioned at a 20-degree angle by extending the legs. An optional Cintiq Ergo stand or third-party VESA arm give users the option to adjust the position even further to whatever angle works best for them, whether sitting or standing.
The Cintiq 27QHD retails at $3699 and the Cintiq 27QHD touch for $4199.
For more information visit www.wacom.com/en-au.