If you like Wacom’s Cintiq display tablets, you’ll really like their new 21-inch model, the Cintiq 21UX. Wacom says that it has better pen performance and ergonomics and their new Grip Pen has their new Tip Sensor technology that requires near-zero pressure to start painting. It also boasts 2048 levels of pressure, double the previous model. How about eight programmable keys on each side of the tablet, over the bezel?
The most interesting feature is the two touch strips on the sides of the tablet, on the back of the bezel. They operate like mini-trackpads, which can be used for four functions depending on the application. Just change the function with your thumb using a button on the front of the tablet and use your middle or forefinger to manipulate the touchpad up and down.