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new 24/32" Cintiqs: Antiglare

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
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new 24/32" Cintiqs: Antiglare

Postby cocouacocoua » Mon 9. Oct 2017, 09:25

I'd like to send a request to Wacom for the new Cintiqs coming in 2018, but can't find an official place..

Is about the antiglare film, please, I understand that it's very helpful for people working on large studios without the chance to optimizing the environment lights in order to avoid reflects, BUT there is a very large amount of people working at home, without any reflects risk and the anti glare film coating makes the tiny pixels in the 4K screens awful!! just compare a retina macbook or imac with that, think you are even closer to the Cintiqs!!!

A glass option is a must.

Also, please, care a lot about the fan, the whistle in the 16" is a real pain.

Screens are about image quality, antiglare kills sharpness and contrast.

An iPad Air antiglare similar to the glasses, would be the perfect be the option, but obviously I understand this is extremely expensive for such a big device...

People who love the antiglare plastic film feeling while drawing (not a prblem to me after working with glass pen displays ) could imitate the feeling with felt tips.

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