Reviews and Problems with Wacom Cintiq 22HD / DTK2200
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Careful with the cord & Wacom woes
28 August 2015
Summary: I'm going to finally review this. The one thing you need to know: This IS the best one there is. (btw I purchased the Wacom Cintiq 13HD non touch). It does come w/ problems though. For one, Wacoms driver section is cluttered.
Summary: I was really hoping it would be better for the price. The software is AWESOME and it has been a real game changer on what I'm capable of doing in illustration, sketching, and photo manipulation. But for 2K... it should be a tablet and a professional level monitor.
It works wonderfully and my only complaint or question is this
Sinore Espresso, Amazon
19 December 2014
Summary: This would get 5 stars, hell, 6, but Wacom is such an incredible ripoff artist, having been the only kids on the block for so long. As an illustrator I needed this and could not afford the larger display. It works wonderfully and my only complaint or question is this.
Summary: So I think the novelty of the idea got me all amped up. It was a beautiful looking machine and the setup/install was nothing major. My only complaint was that the screen's brightness was what I would call just bright enough.
Summary: Sometimes i wish i didn't bought this. The reviews for this tablet were to great, when it got here i was very excited, it's huge! and heavy! the colors are nice but the reds are not the same as in a regular screen ( i know screens are different) I do like that it feels more natural, making it more...
Summary: Conclusion: If you can settle for less room to work with, go for the Cintiq 13HD. Because the glass is thin and is right on top of the screen, it has minimal parallax distortion (pretty much none at all, if you've seen the unboxing vids on youtube), and there's minimal chance of having dust being...
Pros: It was an easy install; pretty fast and smooth on my windows 7 computer. The pen response time is fast, the felt-like plastic coating gives the pen display a very fine, high-quality touch.
Cons: Made in China - I knew this before I looked for the label that said it. - Parallax distortion. There's about half of a centimeter between the plastic drawing surface and the actual LCD screen. This isn't a true con, since I already knew this before I bought this (Cintiq 22HD) and since the calibr...
Summary: I purchased my Cintiq directly through Wacom when it was initially released. Prior to then, I've worked primarily on Intuos tablets (versions 2-4). As a first time Cintiq user, I have to say I'm impressed by how natural it feels to draw on, especially since hand eye coordination was always a problem...
Pretty good, but there is plenty of opportunity for improvement.
Rhonda Gum, Amazon
21 February 2013
Summary: I am a UX developer who bought this device for white-boarding and doing mock-ups. Because it has an IPS panel, I was hoping that I could replace my Apple Thunderbolt display with it. Unfortunately, IMO, the screen on the Cintiq does not compete with the Thunderbolt display, so I need to keep both.
Summary: The USB connection device emits a high pitched, extremely annoying sound. Unplugging the USB connection eliminates it... so it's definitely coming from there. Looking to get my unit replaced, I bought it for Christmas, and I have to say while the actual tablet itself looks cool and seems very...
Summary: So within three months, the power adapter has broken. Fantastic. I was told it would be with me in three days... thirteen days later and I'm sitting on the phone on hold for extended periods of time while the workers at Wacom try to figure out left from right.