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9.5 out of 10

Wacom Cintiq 13HD

Great Deal: $999.00

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Overall 8

Review: Cintiq 13HD is a lovely small-screen addition to your workspace

23 July 2013
  • Summary: At $999, the Cintiq 13HD is a wonderful small-screen tablet display and an easy purchase. It’s held back only by its lack of Multi-Touch.
  • Pros: Great entry-level price for budding professionals, Excellent, crisp HD display, Wacom's patented pressure-sensitive technology, Same great HUD as the Intuos5
  • Cons: Only Cintiq model that doesn't offer a Multi-Touch version, Some Mac users will need an HDMI -> Thunderbolt adapter
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Overall 8

Wacom Cintiq 13HD review: a space-saving pen display for designers

15 June 2013
  • Summary: While the tablet form factor has a number of upsides for those looking to dive into the pen-enabled display pool, the Cintiq 13HD leaves us wanting more. Generally speaking, the performance is right up there with what we'd expect from a Wacom display (and definitely a welcome replacement for the Cintiq 12WX ), but the missing bells and whistles give us pause.
  • Pros: Comfortable form factor, Stellar pen input and ExpressKeys, Good display quality
  • Cons: No wireless option, Lack of touch gestures, Stand has restrictive angles
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Overall 8

Wacom Cintiq 13HD review: Great drawing experience and brilliant screen

Macworld UK
1 May 2013
  • Excerpt: We were excited to review the new Wacom Cintiq 13HD drawing tablet, as with previous Cintiq models, you can draw directly on its built-in LCD screen with a digitiser pen. This new model, an upgrade of the Cintiq 12WX, joins Wacom's current Cintiq 22HD, Cintiq 24HD, and Cintiq 24HD touch lineup of high-end pen displays. The Cintiq 13HD has a slim design and is compatible with both Macs and PCs.
  • Pros: Great drawing experience. Many ways to hold it and stand it on your desk. Brilliant screen. Very easy to take with you.
  • Cons: Screen is a little bit too small for long-term use. A Wacom-tablet that may be better may be around the corner. You need to remember to buy an adapter
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