Wacom’s Cintiq 16, dubbed a “creative pen display,” allows artists to sketch, browse menus, and click buttons on its 15.6-inch screen using the bundled Wacom Pro Pen 2stylus. It’s an interactive display that connects to a computer rather than running its own apps like a tablet. The Cintiq 16 misses some of the screen capabilities and connectivity options available on the Cintiq Pro 16(Opens in a new window), as well as gesture-based touch control, but it comes at a much lower price, m`aking it ideal for art students, amateur designers, and professionals on a limited budget.
The Cintiq 16 and other Cintiq displays fall between Wacom’s Wacom Intuos tablets (with which the artist draws with a stylus on a pad or surface and views the output on a computer monitor) and the Cintiq Pro range. The Cintiq Pro 16 ($1,499.95) boasts a greater resolution, more connectivity options, and a broader color spectrum than the Cintiq 16.
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