Wacom DTH1320K0 Cintiq Pro 13" Creative Pen Display, HD LCD Graphics Monitor, Dark Gray

 $999.95

Remarkable clarity with a full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, 13" display and superior color quality (87% Adobe RGB)

  Wacom DTH1320K0 Cintiq Pro 13
  Wacom DTH1320K0 Cintiq Pro 13
Connect to any Mac or PC with a single USB-C cable (included) to a USB-C port for both video and data, Wacom Link included for Mini DisplayPort connection. Integrated stand for working at an inclined angle
Wacom's most natural and advanced pen performance with 4x greater accuracy and pressure sensitivity and virtually lag-free tracking
Multi-touch gestures, customizable Express keys (available with optional Express key remote), radial menus and one-touch shortcuts to speed your workflow
The authentic feel and artistic control of the Wacom Pro Pen 2 on the etched-glass screen.PC: Windows 7 or later Mac: OS X 10.10 or later
  Wacom DTH1320K0 Cintiq Pro 13
For professional artists and designers who want to add a world-class pen-on screen creative experience to their Mac or PC, Wacom Cintiq Pro offers Wacom's most powerful array of capabilities in a high-performance 13.3" creative pen display. The Cintiq Pro 13 features the Wacom Pro pen 2 with 4X higher pen accuracy and pressure sensitivity, High resolution display (1920 x 1080) and exceptional color performance (87% Adobe RGB) in a compact display. In addition to a complete range of helpful creative features such as on screen radial menus and multi-touch controls, the new Cintiq Pro 13 attaches easily to your Mac or PC with a simple USB connection. It has never been so easy to experience the Joy of creating with the powerful new Wacom Cintiq Pro.System Requirements PC: Windows 7 SP1 or later MacOS 10.10 or later,Intel processor, USB-C port for optimum performance (or miniDisplayPort and USB port), internet access
The current price is $999.95.
The overall customer satisfaction rating of this product is Moderate with a score of +0.17.
The current sales rank is 2069.
  Wacom DTH1320K0 Cintiq Pro 13
  Wacom DTH1320K0 Cintiq Pro 13
  Fans vs. Haters
We use natural language processing on consumer feedback to find what fans and haters of the product have to say.
What are fans saying?
I notice lag in my brush and erasers, there's time when I have to resort to a smaller canvas to compensate for lag, after a while I got this little glitch in my screen where if I were to draw from an angle it would look disjointed and separate if i drew a line you can't see it until you draw over it.
It still works, but it doesn't work as well as the first day I bought it.
Now I actually DO look at some tutorials and so forth, but at least for me, just hooking it up and starting to draw did work pretty well.
The only thing that I don't like about it is that it has to be connected to my laptop, which just makes a bit of a mess of cords.
After a few hours of using it, it does get a but hot to the touch.All in all it's a great tablet if you have the CORRECT ports.
What are haters saying?
I should start by saying I'm a long-time Wacom customer, regularly using a Cintiq 22HD, a DTU-1631, and even have an Intuos Pro on the shelf, so I'm familiar with the setup and use of pen displays.
Alternately, after hours of fiddling with it, I can get the pen to work on the Wacom display with correct calibration and show up on the projector, though the resolutions on the devices are quite finicky.
I returned my first Cintiq at the request of Wacom (actually returned it through Amazon, as Cintiq refused to send a replacement device until the original was received at their factory, whereas Amazon agreed to send one out immediately while awaiting the return of the first device).
I have spent hours with the help desk and I have not been able to resolve the issue.
Once this cable dies we will have a $800 paperweight because they made a flimsy connection cable (and now they no longer make it).
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