Wacom has recently introduced the Cintiq Pro 24, and this is the latest entrant to the list after 13 and 16-inch models. This enlists a 4K Display with 98 percent Adobe RGB coverage, ensuring the accuracy of color-critical work. With this, it also supports Wacom’s new-ish Pro Pen 2 with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, tilt detection, and an etched glass panel for low parallax.Wacom

However, the most interesting thing, however, is Wacom’s new Cintiq Pro Engine. This is basically a mini computer that gets attached to the back of the Cintiq to turn it into an all-in-one, semi-portable workstation.Wacom

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Now, this engine includes Nvidia’s new Quadro P3200, a mobile workstation GPU that is powerful enough to both create and run VR content. Based on the specs, it seems to be somewhere between a 1050 Ti and 1060, which should be more than enough to run current VR content.

Now, there are two versions of the engine. While both include the P3200, the $2,500 model uses an Intel Core i5 HQ, 6 GB of RAM, and 256 GB of storage, while the $3,300 comes with a Xeon CPU, 32 GB of RAM, and a 512 GB SSD. Thankfully, the RAM and storage are user upgradeable, so the CPU is the greatest factor to consider.

Lastly, the new Cintiq would be available in March starting at $1,999. But speculations are on the rift that there would also be a 32-inch model later this year.