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Wacom Cintiq 21UX with 2048 Pressure Levels and Back Touchpads

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on March 1st, 2010

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.

Wacom adds new interactive pen displays for medical industry

Posted in Displays by Shane McGlaun on February 18th, 2010

Most people who are familiar with the Wacom name think of the line of consumer and artist focused graphics tablets that let users draw or write directly on their computer screen. Wacom also has a full line of pen-enabled displays that are aimed at use in medical and other markets.

Wacom has added a pair of new pen enabled displays to its line called the DTU-2231 and the DTU-1631. The 2231 is a 21.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 that is designed for use in medical fields like radiology and other medical professions. The screen lets doctors make notes directly on images and highlight areas for review by other health pros.