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Wacom Cintiq12WX, TFT monitor and graphics tablet

It has an attractive design, dimensions of 40.5 x 27.0 x 1.7 mm (width x depth x thickness) and a prisoner of 2 kg. It is a mix between a 12.1 ‚ÄĚTFT monitor to draw directly with the pen on the screen, and the features and performance of the Cintiq 21UX and the Intuos3 range.

It has a pressure sensitive pen, a resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels with a 24-bit color depth and a 170-degree viewing angle. It has a support to adjust the placement of the screen, being optimized to be able to use the monitor in three different directions: with an angle of 25 degrees with respect to the horizontal plane; with a 65 degree angle, for viewing or reviewing; or flat on the desk or lap.

The Cintiq 12WX includes quick keys (ExpressKeys) and touch strips (Touch Strips). The ExpressKeys are two five-button keys that can be freely programmed, while the Touch Strip are preset scroll bars that allow you to zoom in and navigate through various applications.

The monitor is configured out of the box and can be calibrated with most color measurement solutions available on the market, such as those from Datacolor, X-Rite and basicolor. It can also be connected by either VGA or DVI-I for additional uses.

The new Cintiq 12WX will be available from November 2007 at a suggested retail price of ‚ā¨ 1,190 and will include the Corel Painter Essentials application.

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