Wacom Cintiq is a creative pen display that helps you bring your ideas to life on screen. Vibrant color, HD clarity and ergonomic design combined with the super-responsive Pro Pen 2 to take your work to the next level.
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Exceptional creative pen technology with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity and tilt-recognition.
EMR (Electro Magnetic Resonance) tech draws power from your Wacom Cintiq, meaning you never need to charge the pen.
Designed for comfort, with rubber grip and accessible side buttons.
Use the pen’s programmable side buttons to make shortcuts to your favorite software.
Anti–glare film cuts out distracting reflections.
See your cursor appear exactly where you would expect with reduced parallax.
Durable, scratch resistant materials perfect for daily use.
Hand rests to help cut down on fatigue when drawing.
Integrated foldable legs let you adjust the position so you can work in comfort.
Full HD display lets you see your work in crystal clear detail.
Wacom Pro Pen 2 - Natural and precise
Our state-of-the-art creative pen, Wacom Pro Pen 2 is included with Wacom Cintiq. Featuring 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity and unparalleled tilt recognition every stroke and move of your hand is followed with unerring accuracy.
Virtually no lag
Natural tilt recognition
No batteries or recharging
Wacom Cintiq 16 Pen display
Wacom Pro Pen 2
Detachable Pen holder with 3 replacement nibs (standard) and nib removal tool
3-in-1 cable (1.8m)
AC adaptor (12V, 3A, 36W)
Power cable (1.8m)
Quick Start Guide
Warranty card (Japan, AP, China only)
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