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 think you would get more buys if you lowered the price. I can't justify spending almost $1,000 more than what the product is worth. You're taking advantage of the markets inability to keep up with the demand.
Summary: I'm not usually one to write reviews, but felt compelled to with my experience with my new 21UX. I have been a Cintiq user professionally since they starting making them, and have had the original 18" and the original 21" and both have been positive experiences. So I think that it would be reasonable to say that I am an experienced user with around 10 years of use under my belt. I decided to take the plunge and purchase the new model for home use.
Summary: If you are using a Mac and are considering the 21UX please read this!!! I am baffled how a company can release a product without first testing it thoroughly. What were they thinking?! I have never seen such a mess in more than 20 years of experience. I got the Cintiq more than a week ago and still haven't been able to use it for anything meaningful. There are many problems with the driver (all well documented on their forum) as well as the actual hardware.
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 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: 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.