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6D art pen

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
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6D art pen

Postby digitalpencils » Tue 6. Nov 2018, 12:04


i just want to check if the “older Style” 6D art pen (ZP 600) would work with my Cintiq 22hd (DTK-2200) non touch version?
it doesn’t say anything on the US accessories store page about any compatibility.
on the eu store it’s called the :” Intuos3 Art Marker (Option).”???!

i already have the round style art pen but any info on the classical marker looking type pen would be much appreciated.

thank you.

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Re: 6D art pen

Postby wacom5 » Tue 6. Nov 2018, 15:45

It is not compatible. The most similar pen to that one that is also compatible is the Art Pen - KP-702E2

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