Reviews and Problems with Wacom Cintiq 22HD / DTK2200
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If your pro, the 22HD is the standard. :important note.
R. Brown, Amazon
3 December 2013
Summary: If your pro, the 22HD is the standard. Just got mine, and I really really like it. ..but it ain't cheap, and it ain't quite perfect. I'm a pro level concept artist, and work with studios across the country. Here is they the 22HD is the standard. The 24 is too heavy for arms. Even though it is bigger, it is a pita for swiveling while in a studio because it needs to stay on the stand for the most part. The 13 inch version is too small..
First impressions of Cintiq coming from an Intuos 4
6 May 2013
Summary: This review will be updated later on in the year once I have some more experience with the equipment. I felt compelled to write my initial thoughts on this item after just receiving it today. Thankfully my unit (from what I can tell) has no dead pixels from the start. The item is sort of heavy, and might require another person to help lift the Cintiq out of its many boxes with padding. The instruction booklet was pretty straight forward and setup went alright.
Expensive for the product, but great none the less.
Blair Pendragon, Amazon
20 February 2013
Summary: After so many bad reviews, I was a bit terrified to buy this thing for years. But needing to speed up my work, I decided to buy it anyways. I got extremely lucky, in having no dead pixels. set up took a little bit, and my PC freezes if I try to start up my PC with the display turned on. (need it off, and turn it on after i get past the start screen.) but it wasn't anything too hard.
Summary: I absolutely love this tablet. It's very large and has tons of buttons. You can customize the buttons to be exactly what you want. I've set mine up so I never have to touch a keyboard when using it. My few complaints - First, there was a dead pixel about 4 inches into the screen on my first one. Thankfully Amazon replaced this extremely fast. The second one appears to have some dust or something under the screen.
Summary: Ok, not batteries, but connectors. The video link on the unit is a DVI-1 male (apple used this briefly, ... who else? I am in the IT industry, and use a lot of graphics hardware for scientific visualization, and I do not run into this connector, but I am not in tune w/the graphics art industry). I bought this for my daughter, and for the price, one would hope it would be plug and play.
Summary: This was purchased as a replacement for a Wacom WSX20 Cintiq. The older model has been a part of my digital image workflow for over two years, It is used in conjunction with Adobe Lightroom 4 and Adobe Photoshop CS6. My major concerns with the older Cintiq monitor were its annoying lack of contrast, brightness, and clarity. The new 22HD model has addressed all of those shortcomings. The image is bright and clear and the pen track is extremely accurate.