Wacom’s Cintiq Pro 27 drawing display is its first with a 4K 120Hz screen

Wacom has unveiled one of its most advanced drawing tablets for creatives yet, the $3,500 Cintiq Pro 27. It features an all-new compact design, a 26.9-inch 120Hz 4K reference touch display, and a brand new Pro Pen 3 with adjustable weight, balance, button layout, and thickness.

The Cintiq Pro 27 is actually smaller than the Cintiq Pro 24 thanks to significantly narrower bezels. Wacom also moved the ExpressKeys to the rear left and right sides, but they’re on the handles for easy finding and use are.

While previous models effectively required an external monitor to display accurate color, the new multi-touch display is effectively a reference monitor itself. It uses a true 10-bit rather than a dithered 8-bit 4K panel and delivers 99 percent Adobe RGB color space and 98 percent DCI-P3 (HDR) color gamut. It also runs at 120Hz for smooth and responsive drawing and has a peak brightness of 400 nits, just enough to display HDR content. It’s even Pantone SkinTone validated, meeting the Pantone standard for the full range of human skin tones.

With faster updating, the new Pro Pen 3 can track twice as fast as previous models. And the pen itself is customizable, allowing users to change the size, weight, center of gravity, and even the button layout via interchangeable parts. The battery-free electromagnetic resonance technology offers 8,192 pressure levels and comes with five standard and five felt tips.

The Ergo Stand supports 20 degrees of screen rotation along with tilting capabilities, but it’s not included and costs $500. However, the display also supports VESA mounts if you prefer that route. The Cintiq Pro 27 is available now for $3,500 from Wacom and select retailers – certainly a lot of money, but cheaper as a professional tool.

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