We remember Panasonic’s and DRS Tactical Systems’ rugged tablets for professional use, but what Wacom had in mind with its Cintiq tablets series is something totally different.
Targeted for professional artistic use, the Cintiq 24HDtouch features a high-quality 1920 by 1200 pixel resolution screen.
As most of you already figured, the Cintiq 24HD uses a 16:10 display
format that’s currently almost unavailable on the market.
Five or six years ago, 16:10 displays were touted as the true high-definition and featured the 1920 x 1200 resolution, but then display manufactures decided to skip on quality and charge the same amount of money for 16:9 1920 x 1080 screens that are cheaper to make and feature the same diagonal size.
A 1920 by 1200 screen with a 16:10 format offers you more working space and a less distorted point of view, as professionals like painters and architects are always bothered by 16:9 screens.
For more info on the Cintiq series, head over to this article