- 12-13-2013, 11:48 PM #2
Re: Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid... Thoughts?
It's an international release. It's a 13" Wacom Cintiq graphics tablet that can be detached and used as a stand-alone Android tablet. As far as an Android tablet for artists that has a pressure sensitive stylus, it's probably the best one out there, but at $1500 (US), I don't know if it's THAT good. Granted it's primary function is a high-end graphics tablet for another computer but they already have a 13" Cintiq HD that is identical in form and function for that purpose that is $500 cheaper. I'm not sure if the Android functionality makes it worth the extra money. I was hoping someone on here might have gotten their hands on one and tried it. The problem is, no one in a Brick-&-mortar store is carrying one to go and try it out.
Here's a review on engadget:
Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid review - Engadget
Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid review: a pen display that doubles as an Android tablet
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