updated 08:30 pm EDT, Mon September 12, 2011
Wacom Cintiq 24HD to pack 1920x1200 IPS screen
Wacom's largest-ever tablet display, the Cintiq 24HD, has been sighted before an actual unveiling. The screen wlil run a 1920x1200, H-IPS display that will give it 92 percent of the Adobe RGB color space and the wide viewing angles associated with IPS displays. Input, as shown in the CGE leak, will stem from a passive pen that supports 2,048 degrees of pressure and up to 60 degrees of off-angle tilt.
The design will take video from DisplayPort, DVI, and analog. At 30 pounds, it's not meant to be portable and will have an integral stand that can fold down for dedicated drawing or slide backup for desktop use.
No clues exist as to when the Cintiq 24HD will ship, although official press point to it being near imminent.