Wacom sucks... if this breaks they will charge you $$$ to repair
23 August 2014
Summary: It's a cool device but if it breaks like mine did for no reason you're pretty screwed. When you contact wacom they will tell you to send it to them to fix which will already cost you about 100 plus dollars for postage. Then they will tell you that they have to open the device in a special dust free room and that it will cost about a grand to repair.
Summary: So I sometimes come across those who are selling a certain product more than the actually company's pricing and this is one of those products. Don't buy it on here because I went to the actual site and found it to be less in price. Do some research before buying off any site because their could be scammers out their asking for more than the normal price.
Summary: I just got my Cintiq 21UX. It's an awesome piece of equipment, not backed by a good company. I have more than one dead subpixel, and their policy is up to 14 DEAD SUBPIXELS! C'mon?! I'm a graphic designer, and this is what over $2000.00 gets me? I'm past disappointed w/ their policies and service.
Summary: Cheaply made. Not really worth it unless you have a lot of airbrushing experience. Fine if you got money to burn and you want to mess around. If you have an Intuos 4 or Cintiq, it's almost a definite "Don't Buy" b/c you can set some of your extra buttons to easily size up and size down through the Wacom program in XP, or Wacom preferences in Mac.
Summary: I bought one of these hoo hahs, and realized after a few hours why it makes no sense. The whole idea of these things is to simulate drawing on paper with your own hand. If you've already become comfortable with using a Wacom tablet, you will soon realize this is clearly a step backward: your hand gets in the way of your drawing. It's very easy to get used to the idea of drawing on the old tablet and seeing the results on the screen in front of your eyes.