Believe it or not, some companies are actually developing for Windows 8! Yeah, exactly! No one can actually use it and people are still wondering why they heck they upgraded from whatever the previous version of Windows was that actually worked with their system, but it’s true: Wacom has developed the Cintiq Companion (a Grade-A rubbish product name, up there with Zune, frankly) creative tablet for Windows 8 and Android. Pen-on-screen performance is promised for doodlers on the go. If nothing else, we have to applaud Wacom’s optimism.
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2 thoughts on “#Wacom Cintiq Companion for Windows 8 and Android – an annotated graphic”
This thing is overpriced crap. Why bother with this when you have penabled tablets like the Surface Pro and ThinkPad Yoga? You won’t feel the difference between 1024 and 2048 levels of pressure.
Those are too small and not really 1024 but 256. this is totally worth it, its a full cintiq with a computer built in that only costs a grand. and you Will feel the difference.