Graphics tablet manufacturer Wacom has today unveiled a new addition to their range of hardware in the form of Wacom Cintiq Pro Engine modules. Designed to transform the Cintiq Pro graphics tablet into a Windows 10 workstation. The Cintiq Pro Engine module simply slots into the back of the Cintiq Pro 24 transforming the Pro 24 into a full Windows 10 creative studio that is capable of supporting even the most “demanding programs and applications” used by creative professionals, says Wacom.
Watch the video below to learn more about the new Windows 10 modules available in two different versions, the Cintiq Pro Engine i5 priced at $2,499 or the Cintiq Pro Engine Xeon priced at $3,299. Both modules will be available during May 2018 in Japan, US and selected countries throughout Europe.
Specifications for the Cintiq Pro Engine i5 modules include support for Windows 10 Pro, Intel Core i5 HQ (Quad Core) processor and NVIDIA Quadro P3200 6GB GDDR5, supported by 16GB of RAM together with 256GB SSD, PCIe Gen3. Other features include connectivity via 2 x USB-C, 1x mHDMI, 1 x mDP, 2 x DC-in, Ethernet port, 802.11 ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2 with fTPM(TPM2.0) security.
The Cintiq Pro Engine Xeon specifications include support for Windows 10 Pro for Workstation with power provided by an Intel XEON processor supported by NVIDIA Quadro P3200 6GB GDDR5 with 32GB of RAM and 512GB SSD, PCIe Gen3. The Cintiq Pro Engine Xeon also offers the same connection as previously mentioned for the Cintiq Pro Engine i5 module. For more information and full specifications jump over to the Wacom website by following the link below.
Source: WacomFiled Under: Tablet News, Technology News, Top News