Free Wacom accessory pack with every MobileStudio Pro or Cintiq Pro!

Free Wacom accessory pack with every MobileStudio Pro or Cintiq Pro!

Wacom users who pick up a selected tablet between now and the end of December will get a soft case, pack of pen nibs and SmudgeGuard for free! All you need to do is purchase a qualifying product, and we’ll take care of the rest…

Qualifying Wacom tablets

This promotion is open to all customers who purchase one of the below tablets between 1st September 2017 and 31st December 2017:

Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13 (i5 128 GB)
Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13 (i7 256GB)
Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13 (i7 512GB)
Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 (i5 256GB)
Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 (i7 512GB)

Wacom Cintiq Pro 13” (DTH-1320-UK)
Wacom Cintiq Pro 16” (DTH-1620-UK)

What do you get?

With the purchase of a Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13”/16” or a Wacom Cintiq Pro 13”/16”, you will receive a Wacom accessories pack, which includes:

– A Wacom soft case in medium or large
– A pack of Wacom pen nibs
– A SmudgeGuard

Please be aware that, depending on stock levels with Wacom, you may not receive your accessory kit straight away.

How to claim

All you need to do to take advantage of this promotion is purchase one of the above Wacom MobileStudio Pro or Cintiq Pro models, and we’ll do the rest! The promotion is on now and runs until 31st December, while stocks last.

Want to find out more about our Wacom offering? Visit our online store, give us a call on 03332 409 306 or email sales@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest news and gossip, follow us on Twitter @WeAreJigsaw24 or like us on Facebook.

 

Wacom update lineup with Cintiq Pro, Intuos Pro and Intuos Paper

Wacom update lineup with Cintiq Pro, Intuos Pro and Intuos Paper

Wacom have announced three new additions to their lineup: an updated Intuos Pro and new Intuos Pro Paper, both available now, and the Cintiq Pro, which should be joining us later in the year. 

Intuos Pro Medium and Intuos Pro Large

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First things first: users of the Intuos Pro Small tablet, we’re sorry but there’s no new version of your tablet. This selection of updates is only available for the medium and large tablets.

Medium and large tablet users, there’s a lot to be happy about. The new Intuos Pro comes with the new Pro Pen 2, a new stylus that’s four times more accurate than the previous generation of Pro Pen and boasts 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity – more than any other stylus/tablet combo on the market. This should result in a more natural and responsive drawing experience with virtually no lag and natural tilt support. Handily, it doesn’t need batteries or charging, running instead on Wacom’s own peculiar brand of sand magic (resonant inductive coupling, apparently).

The tablets themselves are now just 8mm thick, managing to be slimmer and more compact than their predecessors while maintaining the same size active area. As usual, both models come 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 active area still features support multitouch gestures (don’t worry, the palm rejection is still excellent).

If you’d like to update, you can now. The Wacom Intros Pro Medium is available for a very reasonable £274 ex VAT, while the Wacom Intuos Pro Large will set you back £374 ex VAT

Intuos Paper Edition

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If you prefer to start work on good old fashioned paper, the new Intuos Paper Edition is for you. It combines an Intuos Pro tablet with a Paper Clip, which affixes to the top of your tablet and tracks pen strokes made with your Wacom Finetip Pen (don’t worry, this is included).

As you draw with your Finetip Pen, the Clip saves each stroke as an editable file which you can subsequently open in your creative software of choice. If you want the digital version of your drawing to be made up of Photoshop-friendly layers, all you need to do is tap a button on your tablet to start a new layer as you’re drawing.

The Intuos Paper Edition can hold up to 200 multi-layered drawings before you need to transfer them to your computer, which can be a Mac or PC. Once you’ve transferred the sketches to your computer, just remove the Clip, pick up a Wacom Pro Pen and edit them as you would any other digital drawing.

The medium Wacom Intuos Paper Edition is available now for £316 ex VAT, while the large version is available for £416 ex VAT

Wacom Cintiq Pro

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Wacom’s latest addition to their Cintiq lineup comes in two sizes: the Wacom Cintiq Pro 13, which has a 13.3″ display, and the Wacom Cintiq Pro 16, which very logically has a 15.6″ one. Both are compatible with Mac and PC computers, and can connect via USB-C, or via Mini DisplayPort and USB using an adaptor (which Wacom kindly include with the tablet so you don’t have to fork out twice).

This time around, the display is an sleek edge-to-edge etched glass surface, which leads to a slimmer, swisher design and a more realistic ‘pen on paper’ feel. The 13″ model has an HD screen while the 16″ has a 4K resolution one, and they’re colour accurate for 87% and 94% of Adobe RGB respectively.

Like the new Intuos Pro and Intuos Paper Edition, the Cintiq Pro ships with the ridiculously sensitive Wacom Pro Pen 2, which boasts 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, tilt support and virtually no lag.

The Cintiq Pro has a built-in kick stand, and an optional Wacom Stand with three levels of elevation is available 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.

The Cintiq Pro 13 is due to ship later this month, with the Cintiq Pro 16 to follow in February. UK pricing is to be confirmed, but we’ll let you know when we do.

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