Simply Cintiq

Wacom delivers another blessing with the latest addition to its ever expanding repertoire of computer peripherals: the Cintiq Interactive Pen Display.

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By  Kate Concannon Published  October 29, 2001

Wacom has delivered yet another blessing with the latest addition to its ever expanding repertoire of computer peripherals: with open, loving arms we welcome the pressure-sensitive Cintiq Interactive Pen Display.

Forget battling with a mouse to articulate creative ideas. Work with all the dexterity our fingers have developed since picking up that first chunky crayon by drawing it directly onto the Cintiq’s “digital paper”, its full colour 24-bit LCD, with a cordless and batteryless pressure-sensitive pen.

“With a resolution of 1016 lines per inch, about four times that of a mouse, the pen is more accurate and natural to use than a touch screen, light pen or mouse,” said Wacom’s Scott Rawlings.

An ideal presentation tool for sales and teaching professionals, a dream input system for designers and architects, and a highly effective manipulative device for producers and editors in many industries, Cintiq offers a brighter, natural and creative alternative. Contact: ITQAN, Dubai, UAE (+971) 4 335 4200

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