We’re offering up an awesome opportunity for you to try out Wacom’s powerful Intuos Pro, Cintiq Pro or MobileStudio Pro tablets in your creative team for a few weeks. To enquire about trying the tablets, simply get in touch on the details below and we'll add you to our waiting list!
If you've been thinking about kitting your studio out with Wacom's leading design tablets, now you can put them to the test before you fork out the cash for them. So, which tablets are available to try?
The Intuos Pro is available in three different sizes: Small, Medium and Large. We’re offering the Medium for our trial which comes with a Touch Ring, eight customisable ExpressKeys and on-pen slider switches so that you can have your favourite shortcuts right at your fingertips. The multi-touch surface lets you zoom, pan and navigate with a simple sweep of your fingers. With built-in Bluetooth connectivity and a sleek new design, it’s wireless, easy to set up and looks great on any desk.
The Intuos Pro comes with the Pro Pen 2, a stylus that boasts 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity – more than any other stylus/tablet combo on the market. This results in a more natural and responsive drawing experience with virtually no lag, and natural tilt support.
The Cintiq Pro lineup comes in two sizes: the Wacom Cintiq Pro 13, which has a 13.3″ display, and the Wacom Cintiq Pro 16, which has a 15.6″ one – both are available for you to try out. They feature sleek edge-to-edge displays, which lead to slimmer, swisher designs and a more realistic ‘pen on paper’ feel. The 13″ model has an HD screen while the 15.6″ has 4K resolution, and they’re colour accurate for 87% and 94% of Adobe RGB respectively.
The Cintiq Pro also ships with the ridiculously sensitive Wacom Pro Pen 2, it has a built-in kick stand, and an optional Wacom Stand with three levels of elevation for anyone who wants more flexibility. There are no on-tablet ExpressKeys, but anyone who prefers physical buttons to the Cintiq’s touchscreen controls can invest in a Wacom ExpressKey Remote.
With the MobileStudio Pro 16, Wacom have packed your entire creative studio into one handheld device. It runs on Windows 10, and with powerful Intel processors, supports full versions of your favourite creative software like Photoshop, Premiere Pro and more, as well as applications like Outlook, Word and Excel.
The MobileStudio Pro boasts a top-notch display, with 4K resolution on the MobileStudio Pro 16 and 94% coverage for Adobe RGB. This means you can render each fine brush stroke perfectly and reproduce even the subtlest shades. Like the Intuos Pro and Cintiq Pro, the tablet is accompanied by the Wacom Pro Pen 2 which features four times more accuracy than the previous version.
If you have a verified Jigsaw24 account, simply get in touch with us and let us know that you'd like to try the Intuos Pro, Cintiq Pro or MobileStudio Pro. If you don’t already have a business account, follow this link or get in touch on the details below and we’ll help you get set up. After you’ve let us know you’re interested, we'll add you to our waiting list and you'll hear from us as soon as we have an available slot (subject to demand).
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