Originally Posted by jake rupert
Also this product is very interesting news to me,
Also from a better known player and since it has licensed wacom technology,
Wacom doesn't seem to fear the competition...
Hot damn! Thanks for posting this--if it's compatible with Win7 (I searched Google for more details, but couldn't find any), that looks like exactly the kind of device I've been waiting for. It's about what I imagined Wacom would release as a 12WX successor... kind of shocking to see it priced at $350 instead of $1,000.
As for pressure sensitivity, for my workflow I feel like 1024 levels is overkill, and 2048 even more so. In Photoshop I use pressure to control my brush's:
- opacity, which only has discrete levels 0-100,
- and size, which I never need to fluidly vary from 1 pixel to thousands
If I buy a ThinkVision LT1423, it'll be interesting to work with its 256 levels after the Cintiq's 2048; maybe I'll be eating my words.
(Edit: I keep getting weird spacing issues)