Review: Wacom’s Cintiq 27QHD has landed, we’ve had our mitts on it

Review: Wacom’s Cintiq 27QHD has landed, we’ve had our mitts on it

Wacom’s Cintiq 24HD, previously their very top end graphics display tablet, was one of those bits of technology that it was difficult to walk past without wanting to touch. Well now, Wacom have gone one better with the brand new, bigger, sleeker, lighter, more feature-packed Wacom Cintiq 27QHD and Wacom Cintiq 27QHD Touch, and they were kind enough to bring it in for the creative team to check out ahead of its official release. Here are our thoughts…

First things first – what’s actually new in the Cintiq 27QHD? Wacom haven’t just banged an extra letter in the title and added a few extra screen inches. Yes, it may share much in the way of specs as the previous Cintiq 24HD, but putting the two next to each other shows it really is a completely different beast.

Form factor

The first thing you’ll notice about the Wacom Cintiq 27QHD when you take it out of the box is that it’s shed quite a few pounds compared to its smaller sibling – nearly 4kg in fact! (The Cintiq 27QHD weighs in at approximately 9kg, compared to the 24HD’s 13.7kg, excluding stand.) That means it’s going to be far easier to move around your desk, and will put far less strain on a supporting VESA arm, if you choose to use one. The 27QHD comes with sturdy two-position integrated legs but there’s also the optional Cintiq Ergo stand (the same one for the Cintiq 24HD will work here too) for working in a more drafting, easel-like position. That slimming down has made the 27QHD a much sleeker prospect too – it looks absolutely gorgeous.

Wacom Cintiq 27QHD display tablet

The display

As the name suggests, it’s shot up in size by three inches too. The 27″ edge-to-edge glass screen has a 596.7×335.6mm, 2560×1440 pixel active workable area (the 24HD was 1920×1200), with an extra wide viewing angle. This makes working with large scale, rich, detailed designs a joy. The 27QHD has crystal clear resolution and accurate colour too, with 1.07 billion colours and 97% Adobe RGB colour space coverage. You can also calibrate your display for more precise colour matching with the Wacom Color Manager colorimeter Powered by X-Rite (sold separately).

ExpressKey Remote

The other major change from the 24HD is, where you once had your customisable ExpressKeys up in the left hand corner of your tablet, you now get a separate, modular ExpressKey Remote. This hand-held set of shortcut keys and Touch Ring lets you place your controls where you find them most convenient while drawing – on screen via the magnetic back, in your hand or beside your keyboard (there’s a couple of metres of range, not that we’ve worked out a use for being that far away yet). When combined with the on-screen controls, the ExpressKey Remote gives you dozens of options to customise your shortcut keys.

Wacom Cintiq 27QHD ExpressKey Remote

Other key features

– 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity helps you work directly on screen for a natural, intuitive, and productive creative experience.

– Pen, multitouch (in the Touch version), on-screen controls and Radial Menu give you increased efficiency, as well as enhancing and speeding up your workflow.

Our team’s verdict

We were lucky enough to get hands-on with the new Wacom 27QHD Touch before it actually launched, which was great. As is the norm with any new Wacom release, it was pretty difficult to pull the designers away once they’d had a go…

David from Wacom and our team with the Cintiq 27QHD

“The 27QHD did seem super responsive to the Photoshop brushes, and working straight on the screen really helps with co-ordination if you’re trying to do anything requiring precision – which is obviously instantly more natural to draw with than an outboard tablet. The large screen is a luxury too – you could have all the panels you’re using open at once and still have a huge space left for zooming in to the area you’re working on or getting a wider view of the whole thing. The remote control seems like a really good idea too – everyone has a different setup on their desk a different way of working for the specific work they’re doing, so having it attached to the tablet frame, or in your other hand, next to your keyboard etc makes it really flexible.” – Simon

“It has a very slick design and definitely passed my Three S Test: smooth, svelte and shiny. Being able to angle it in different positions is a bonus and, while I can’t say I would get the full benefit of the ExpressKey Remote for my workflow, being able to move it around with the magnets is going to be useful for most. Another thing I noticed immediately when working with the 27QHD was the super responsiveness, giving a very precise feel to working in Photoshop.” – Liana

Using the Wacom Cintiq 27QHD

Pricing and availability

The Cintiq 27QHD and Cintiq 27QHD Touch are available now. The new models will replace the current 24HD versions. Pricing is as follows: Cintiq 27QHD Pen, £1499, Cintiq 27QHD Pen and Touch, £1749. And the extras: Cintiq Ergo Stand, £299, Wacom Color Manager, £199. You can of course, pick up both models and extras, as well as any other Wacom products, from Jigsaw24.

Want to know more about the Wacom Cintiq 27QHD, or our full Wacom Cintiq rangeGive us a call on 03332 409 306 or email For all the latest news, follow @WeAreJigsaw24 on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook.

In pictures: Our new Soho centre launch party

In pictures: Our new Soho centre launch party

To celebrate opening our brand new service and customer experience centre in Soho last November, we thought it was only right that we laid on a few drinks and nibbles. The team don’t like to do things by half though, and somehow by the end of planning we’d ordered dozens of cases of champagne and mountains of canapes, hired a chocolatier, casino tables, DJs and a classical guitarist. Oh, and the photo booth, which captured the team and some of our customers in full-on revelry mode…

Don’t forget, we hold all kinds of events at Golden Square, from exclusive tech workshops and demos to social events and more. Make sure to keep an eye on all our upcoming events and book a place on the next one at

Our Soho launch night

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The all new improved DaVinci Resolve 11.1.3 update is here

The all new improved DaVinci Resolve 11.1.3 update is here

Blackmagic Design have released a brand new software update for DaVinci Resolve. Version 11.1.3 brings a load of performance improvements and enhancements, as well as Rocket-X support, and is available to download now for free for all DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Resolve Lite users.

Here’s what’s new:

– Improved Media and Edit page playback performance.

– Improved tracker stability.

– Improved render stability for long renders.

– Improved trace intensity for scopes.

– Added Rocket-X support for Monochrome clips.

– General performance and stability improvements.

And those all-important system requirements…

Minimum system requirements for Mac:

– Mac OS X 10.8.5 Mountain Lion.

– 12GB of system memory is recommended and 8GB is the minimum supported.

– Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.1.1 or later.

– CUDA Driver version 6.5.18.

– NVIDIA Driver version – As required by your GPU.

– RED Rocket-X Driver and Firmware or later.

– RED Rocket Driver and Firmware or later.

Minimum system requirements for Windows:

– Windows 7 Pro 64 bit with SP.

– 112GB of system memory is recommended and 8GB is the minimum supported.

– Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.1.1 or later.

– NVIDIA/AMD Driver version – As required by your GPU.

– RED Rocket-X Driver and Firmware or later.

– RED Rocket Driver and Firmware or later.

Minimum system requirements for Linux:

– CentOS 5.4.

– 32GB of system memory is recommended and 16GB is the minimum supported.

– Blackmagic Design Desktop Video version 10.1.1 or later.

– NVIDIA Driver version 331.67.

– RED Rocket-X Driver and Firmware or later.

– RED Rocket Driver and Firmware or later.

DaVinci Resolve 11.1.3 is available to download now from the Blackmagic Design website.

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Tablet computers now in almost 70% of schools

Tablet computers now in almost 70% of schools

We’ve been working with thousands of schools to implement iPad deployments since iPad first came out, but even we were amazed at the stat that almost 70% of primary and secondary schools now use tablet computers, of some form, according to new research.

Education technology charity Tablets for Schools, who carried out the study under Barbie Clarke of the Family, Kids and Youth research group, looked at a representative sample of 671 state and independent schools. They found that tablets are now being used, at least to some extent, in 68% of primary and 69% of secondary schools. The study also highlighted some other key points of interest pertaining to tablets in education, including:

– In 9% of schools, there was an individual tablet device for every pupil, suggesting a rise in intensive 1:1 schemes.

– Among those schools not using them at present, 45% reported that they would soon be likely to introduce them.

– Between 2014 and 2016, the number of tablet computers in schools is expected to rise from about 430,000 to almost 900,000.

– The highest use of tablet computers was within academy schools.

You can find out more about the findings of the study in BBC News’s report here.

Signs of academic improvement?

While the study had a wide sample size and no clear evidence of actual academic improvement, we have seen from working with schools at a localised level that iPad is definitely having a marked improvement on teaching and learning. One of our customers, for example, Conyers School, recently conducted their own student survey to gauge the impact of their 1:1 iPad deployment, and the results were impressive:

– 81% Students claim iPads help them learn independently.

– 89% Students claim they make lessons engaging and interesting.

– 78% Students claim learning is more accessible, suiting their individual learning style.

– 77% agree that iPad helps work with other students in a creative way.

– 66% agree iPad helps support studies and help improve grades.

– 62% agree iPad allows faster feedback from teachers.

If you’d like to find out more about how iPad can benefit your teaching and learning, take a look at some of the schools who have been taking part in our e7 project. Made up of a free iPad trial, extensive CPD training and a full 1:1 deployment, it’s a great way to get iPad into your school whatever your needs or experience levels.

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OS X Yosemite: Compatibility roundup

OS X Yosemite: Compatibility roundup

With OS X Yosemite now available to download on your Mac, software manufacturers like Adobe and Quark are clamouring to let users know that their apps are compatible with Apple’s new OS. So we thought it was high time we rounded up all the announcements into one easy guide. 

We’ll be adding to the list as soon as we hear word from any other manufacturers regarding Yosemite support. Have we missed anything out? Let us know of any other updates in the comments below!


“Adobe and Apple have worked closely together to test Adobe Creative Cloud applications for reliability, performance, and user experience when installed on Intel-based systems running Mac OS X Yosemite (version 10.10). The latest versions of all Adobe CC products are compatible. In addition to the current Photoshop CC release (2014.2), the Photoshop team has also tested Photoshop CC (14.2.1) and CS6 (13.0.6; 13.1.2) for compatibility.

“As with any new release of an operating system, there could be unexpected issues that arise that were not discovered during testing. If you encounter any issues, report them using the bug reporting form.” Check Adobe’s FAQs for more.


Avid have officially confirmed that Media Composer and Media Composer | Symphony Option will both work with OS X 10.10 Yosemite. However, users who are running “dual 6 core Mac Pro towers (Westmere) and the 2013 Mac Pro with a single 12 core CPU may experience performance issues with transcode, render, and playback. These degradations are typically seen with higher resolution material. The issue has been logged with Apple and [Avid] are awaiting an update.”

You’ll also need to make sure you’re running the latest builds of New Blue Titler Pro v1 and v2 in order to avoid installation errors.  These builds are available for download through Avid’s Application Manager, and details of how you’ll want things set up for a seamless installation can be found in the Media Composer | Software readme file.

You can find the readme and other key documentation over at the Avid Knowledge Base.


Enfocus PitStop 12 is also compatible with OS X Yosemite with the latest update (update 3). Users already on PitStop 12 can get the free update for PitStop Pro here, and for PitStop Server here.


Suitcase Fusion 6 is compatible with Yosemite. Universal Type Server 5 and Universal Type Client 5 are compatible with Yosemite. Portfolio Web is compatible with Yosemite. Portfolio, Portfolio Express and Portfolio Netpublish are not currently supported on Yosemite. A future release is planned to add Yosemite support.” For more info, head to Extensis’s FAQs.


Quark have released a new update, QuarkXPress 10.5, which is a free update for QuarkXPress 10 that adds official support for OS X Yosemite. It’s available here. Note: “If you are on OS X Lion, please do not install this update. This update is not compatible with Quark Publishing Platform 10.2″. When QuarkXPress 2015 is released, that will also support OS X Yosemite.

Trim Enabler

Not strictly software, but if you’re using Trim Enabler to boost your SSD performance, it’s important to note this from Cindori:

“In OS X 10.10 (Yosemite), Apple has introduced a new security requirement called kext signing. (A kext is a kernel extension, or a driver, in Mac OS X). Kext signing basically works by checking if all the drivers in the system are unaltered by a third party, or approved by Apple. If they have been modified, Yosemite will no longer load the driver. This is a means of enforcing security, but also a way for Apple to control what hardware that third party developers can release OS X support for.

“Since Trim Enabler works by unlocking the Trim driver for third party SSDs, this security setting prevents Trim Enabler to enable Trim on Yosemite. To continue to use Trim Enabler and continue to get Trim for your third party SSD, you first need to disable the kext signing security setting. It is important to note that the kext-signing setting is global, if you disable it you should be careful to only install system drivers from sources that you trust.”


Wacom have released new drivers for OS X Yosemite, and they’ve got a handy video and advice on installing them here.

  1. “Back up your preferences
  2. Uninstall the tablet driver, then restart your computer to empty out any residual processes
  3. Now you’re ready to install the latest tablet drivers
  4. Once the new driver is in place, click the backed up settings file to put your settings back to the way you like them
  5. Click this link for the latest Windows and OS X drivers:”

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Avid Media Composer Nitris DX now supported on Mac Pro

Avid Media Composer Nitris DX now supported on Mac Pro

Got a Mac Pro? Rocking a Nitris DX? Good news for you, as Avid announce that the Avid Media Composer Nitris DX interface is now supported with Mac Pro via Thunderbolt 2. And all you have to do is download the most recent software update for Media Composer.

Because the Mac Pro has replaced all PCIe connections with Thunderbolt, and the Media Composer Nitris DX requires a PCIe connection, users weren’t previously able to take advantage of these newer systems. But now, users can essentially “upgrade” their purchase from the Media Composer Mojo DX to the Media Composer Nitris DX, and existing Nitris DX users can upgrade their CPUs to the newest Mac Pro without having to make a new hardware I/O purchase, which means smiles all round.

How to do it

Here’s the official word from Avid: “The feature (located in the Video Output Settings) disables the codec boards within the Nitris DX. Disabling the boards is not required in order to connect the Nitris DX via Thunderbolt 2, however some features will not function without the codec boards disabled.

“If you do not see this feature (Disable Hardware Codecs) in your Video Output Settings, make sure you are on the latest release of Media Composer Software, and that your Nitris DX is successfully connected to the machine.”

They do just mention a couple of important caveats you should bear in mind:

“Due to hardware limitations, some features of the Media Composer Nitris DX are not supported when connected to the Mac Pro using a Thunderbolt 2 connection. Other features require the hardware codec boards on the Nitris DX to be disabled in order to function.

“The table below illustrates what features are not supported, and what features require the hardware codec boards to be disabled, when connected to a Mac Pro via Thunderbolt 2.”

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New EIZO FlexScan EV2450/EV2455: Super-slim, muscly and green

New EIZO FlexScan EV2450/EV2455: Super-slim, muscly and green

EIZO have announced a new batch of FlexScan displays that are set to be ideal for areas such as business, finance and CAD. The EIZO FlexScan EV2450 and EV2455 marry the same great specs as the current EV2336W and EV2436W but in a much slimmer and more attractive design, and with a whole host of power saving technologies too.

The main selling point for EIZO FlexScan displays has always been their quality and reliability – all the monitors are developed, manufactured and tested by EIZO and they come with an industry leading 5 year warranty as standard. They also come with tons of features as standard to help with user comfort, including a flexible stand and auto brightness control to reduce flicker (and save your poor tired eyes). All in all, they’re perfect for business users in areas like finance, as well as creative users in architecture and CAD.

Super-slim screens

The FlexScan EV2455 has a 24.1″ screen size and a native resolution of 1920×1200 while the FlexScan EV2450 has a 23.8″ screen and a 1920×1080 native resolution. It’s the design aesthetic that’s the real talking point here though – the new housing features 1mm ultra-slim bezels on the sides and top (with black borders of 5.2mm for the FlexScan EV2455 and 4.3mm for the FlexScan EV2450) and a depth of just 47.9mm for both models.

Green credentials

EIZO have also included some very clever green technologies in the displays too. EcoView reduces typical power consumption to 13 watts for the EV2455 and 12 watts for the EV2450, and automatically adjusting the screen’s brightness in accordance to ambient brightness, while EcoView Sense 2 uses movement and heat sensors to magically switch to power save mode when you leave your desk, then power back up when you sit back down!

Additional features

– USB 3.0 hub with one upstream and two downstream ports.
– Dual 1 watt internal speaker and headphone jack.
– Zero watts of power consumed when the main power switch is off.
– Overdrive circuit with 5ms grey-to-grey response time for smooth display of moving images.
– Energy Star 6.0 and TCO Certified Displays 6.0 compliance.
– Available in a choice of black or grey.


The EIZO FlexScan EV2450 and EV2455 are available right now, and available to order from Jigsaw24, so get your orders in here!

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Three ways 3D printing could boost your architectural workflow

Three ways 3D printing could boost your architectural workflow

Whether it’s small draft models or diagrammatic presentation models, creating scale concepts is a vital part of the architectural design process. And with 3D printing now widely  available, you have the opportunity to craft models that let you reduce the number of steps in the process and improve design time by presenting the fine details of your plan to clients.

We’re not talking about ambitiously reaching projects like 3D printing a whole building (which architecture firms from Amsterdam to Shanghai have recently been racing to be the first to do), but how using a readily available desktop 3D printer could be beneficial to everyday design processes and productivity. Here are just a few of the ways you could potentially use 3D printing to boost your architectural workflow.

1. Give your clients better visualisations. A more detailed model at concept stage is going to help your clients get a better understanding of how the final project will likely look from all possible viewpoints. A better visualisation could make the difference between whether a client gets on board with a project or not.

2. Save time and money creating models. Building scale models takes time. So to be able to print out a detailed model that’s going to last is hugely beneficial in terms of reducing those hours spent building models, as well as cutting costs too.

3. Build your own library of designs. 3D printing also allows you to make your own moulds which you can then cast and injection fill to create a new model. This could take out a lot of repetitive work by letting you mould numerous models instead of having to print a new model each time you need one.

If you’re already considering 3D printing and just want to get your hands on some kit, head to our shop to take a look at our range of 3D printers from Makerbot.

3D printers on Jigsaw24

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QuarkXPress 2015 is announced, with Quazy upgrade deals in tow

QuarkXPress 2015 is announced, with Quazy upgrade deals in tow

[UPDATE 13/02/15: Quark have now extended their promo until 25th February 2015! Dates amended below]

QuarkXPress users will be very happy to hear that Quark have just announced a brand new version due to launch in 2015. As well as a bold move from incremental version names (QuarkXPress 10) to Gregorian calendar-based titles, QuarkXPress 2015 will also have boosted 64-bit performance and add tons of new features. And as if that wasn’t temptation enough, they’re also offering two juicy deals to upgraders. Here’s the lowdown…

What’s new in QuarkXPress 2015?

The standout feature is the new 64-bit architecture. QuarkXPress 2015 can use all your RAM to deliver performance improvements across the board, from file handling and layout rendering to PDF export. They’ve been listening to users too, surveying customers on what they would most like to see in an updated QuarkXPress, then delivering.

New long document features include automatic footnotes and end notes, a much faster table tool for superior Excel integration with table styles, and text variables for automatically populating recurring fields like running headers. You can also now create HTML5 fixed-layout eBooks without any additional software or costs. The fixed-layout eBook format (ePub3 or Amazon’s KF8), displays pixel-perfect layouts without the complexity and cost of creating native apps.

What are these deals then?

Quark are offering two separate upgrade paths. Firstly, if you buy the full product or an upgrade of QuarkXPress 10 before 25th February 2015 and you’ll receive an upgrade to QuarkXPress 2015 “ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE” (Quark’s caps) when it arrives (sometime in Q1). Secondly, if you’re a current QuarkXPress 10 user, in recognition of your continued loyalty, Quark are offering you a low introductory price on pre-orders of QuarkXPress 2015 upgrades. Just £290 ex VAT!

Buy QuarkXPress 10 now and get a free upgrade to QuarkXPress 2015.

How does the upgrade work?

1. Register your licence at

2. Complete the redemption form at in order to receive your licence of QuarkXPress 2015.

3. QuarkXPress 10 customers also need the pre-order redemption code you will find in your order confirmation from Jigsaw24.

4. Once QuarkXPress 2015 is publicly released, you will receive an email from Quark containing the QuarkXPress 2015 installation link that you will use to download QuarkXPress 2015.

The small print

Both offers expire 25th February 2015, and do not apply to educational licences or non-profit licences. The first offer is restricted to new single registered licences of QuarkXPress 10 full products and upgrades, including site/volume licences and government licences of QuarkXPress 10. The free upgrade licence of QuarkXPress 2015 will be provided as an electronic download only. This offer is not valid for any other products and cannot be used in combination with any other offer or discount and only applies to valid products purchased between 28th October 2014 and 25th February 2015. Additionally Quark will now allow upgrades from any previous version (v3 to 9) to QXP10.

System requirements

QuarkXPress 2015 requires a dual core CPU with at least 1GB available for QuarkXPress, ideally 4GB. QuarkXPress 2015 is supported on OS X Mountain Lion, OS X Mavericks and OS X Yosemite as well as on Windows 7 (64-bit only), Windows 8 (64-bit only) and Windows 8.1 (64-bit only). Please note that QuarkXPress 2015 does not run on 32-bit operating systems.

When I upgrade to QuarkXPress 10 and 2015, can I still open old documents?

You cannot open documents prior to QuarkXPress 7 with version 10 or 2015. But Quark do have a free converter application, QuarkXPress Document Converter, that opens legacy files from version 3-6 and saves them in a format that QuarkXPress 10 and 2015 can open.

QuarkXPress on Jigsaw24

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Wacom offer brilliant bonuses with every Cintiq

Wacom offer brilliant bonuses with every Cintiq

Wacom’s Cintiq range are the graphics tablets every designer wants to be using. And now that Wacom are offering up to £315 worth of brilliant bonuses with each purchase, you’ve got another reason to bug the boss for an upgrade (or just treat yourself!).

Buy a Wacom Cintiq model – be that anything from the 13HD to the Companion and Companion Hybrid, to the incredible 24HD touch – and choose a free product or service, including warranty extensions, handy video training, and top creative tools.

What do I get?

There are five bonuses up for grabs in all, so there’s bound to be a bonus you and your creative workflow could benefit from. Depending on what model of Cintiq you go for, the bonus changes in value (ie bonuses for the Cintiq 24HD are greater in value than those that come with the Cintiq 13HD), so to get a better idea of what you will actually receive, check out Wacom’s website. You can choose from:

– Care Pack. Get total peace of mind with an extra one or two years’ warranty protection and onsite exchange, depending on your Wacom model. The Cintiq 13HD/22HD/24HD have by default a three year warranty with onsite exchange, so the Care Pack adds one year of warranty plus onsite exchange. The Cintiq Companion has two years’ warranty without onsite exchange, so the Care Pack adds two more years of warranty plus onsite exchange for the whole four years.

– Video training. and video2brain are two of the world’s leading video training providers, offering everything from in-depth Photoshop tutorials to management training and more, all delivered by industry experts. Get between three and 12 months’ worth of access to training with this option.

– Colour calibration. Get better results from your monitor with Datacolor’s professional digital colour calibration solutions, from the SpyderCUBE to the Spyder4 EXPRESS, PRO and ELITE.

– Digital painting. Corel is a world leader in digital painting software, so if that’s your bag, opt for the bonus Corel Painter X3 application. There are tons of unique brushes, media, gradients, nozzles, patterns, and paper textures to choose from and get creative with. (Not available for Cintiq 13HD.)

– Print materials. Choose the Tecco bonus and customise yourself a pack of professional print materials for proofs, photos, production and laser printing.

How does it work?

– Buy any Wacom Cintiq tablet (Cintiq 13HD, Cintiq 22HD, Cintiq 22HD touch, Cintiq 24HD, Cintiq 24HD touch, Cintiq Companion or Cintiq Companion Hybrid) before 31st December 2014. You can check out the full Wacom Cintiq range here.

– Register your Cintiq on by 31st December 2014. Keep your serial number, date of purchase and an image of your invoice or receipt ready for this bit.

– Choose one of up to five brilliant bonus items for free from the selection above.

– Receive your confirmation email with details on how to get your bonus, or find your bonus on your personal dashboard. All bonus items have to be redeemed before 31st January 2015.

Want to know more about Wacom’s incredible deal, or our full Wacom Cintiq range? Give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email For all the latest news, follow @WeAreJigsaw24 on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook.