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Wacom Cintiq DTK1300 13HD 13.3" InterActive Pen Display, 1920x1080 Resolution, 11.75x6.75" Active Area

SKU: WACDTK1300 MFR: DTK1300

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About Wacom DTK1300

The Cintiq 13HD 13.3" InterActive Pen Display from Wacom is an ideal choice when it comes to color-critical work. It features a 13.3" display with a Full HD 1920 x 1080 native resolution and a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio. The 178deg. wide viewing angle allows you and anyone in your vicinity to fully appreciate the beauty of your work without the colors looking washed out. The 75% Adobe RGB wide gamut color boosts a panel of 16.7 million colors.

The HDMI port enables you to output your images to an external display for larger viewing. It can be adjusted to different positions, which allows you to work with the Cintiq 13HD at 22deg., 35deg. and 50deg. angles. The stand is also detachable. It can customize settings and shortcuts for your favorite applications with the four customizable ExpressKeys, the Rocker Ring and the home button located on the bezel of the display. The patented pen supports up to 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity and a resolution of 5080 lines per inch.

Wacom DTK1300 Features

  • High Definition Interactive Screen
  • Fully Adjustable Stand
  • Color Gamut
  • Programmable ExpressKeys, Rocker Ring & Home Button

Wacom DTK1300 Specifications

Display: Screen Size
13.3" / 33.8 cm
Display: Active Area
11.75x6.75" / 29.84x17.14cm
Display: Native Resolution
1920x1080
Display: Aspect Ratio
16:9
Display: Brightness
250 cd/m2
Display: Viewing Angle
178deg. (89deg./89deg.) H, (89deg./89deg.) V
Display: Color Gamut
75% Adobe RGB
Display: Colors Supported
16.77 million
Display: Color Management System
Industry standard pre-sets including Adobe RGB with 6500deg. K whitepoint default
Input / Output: Data Port
USB 2.0
Input / Output: Video Input
1 x HDMI (can be connected to DVI, VGA or DisplayPort with optional adapters, not included)
Input / Output: Buttons
4 user-assignable, application-specific ExpressKeys
Pen Input Type
Pressure-sensitive, cordless, battery-free
Pen Input: Material
Latex-free silicone rubber
Pen Input: Model
Pro Pen KP503E00
Pen Input: Pressure Levels
2048 on pen tip and eraser
Pen Input: Switches
Tip switch, 2 side switches, eraser
Pen Input: Tilt Range
60deg.
Resolution
5080 lines per inch
Technology
Patented electromagnetic resonance method
Stand
Four Positions: 22deg.
35deg.
50deg.
Stand is detachable
System Requirements
Windows 7, 8 (32- & 64-bit), Vista SP1, XP SP2
Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later (Intel processor)
Power Requirements
Input: 100 - 240VAC, 50 - 60Hz
Output: 19 VDC 1.58A (max)
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Display: 14.75x9.75x0.5" / 37.46x24.76x1.27cm
Stand: 13.39x8.43x0.24" / 34.01x21.41x0.60cm
Weight
Display: 2.65lbs / 1.20kg
Stand: 0.84lbs / 0.38kg
Mfr #
DTK1300
SKU
WACDTK1300
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Mike G  1920x1080 display is this regardless of what computer video driver you have or is it only as high as the output of the driver?
TAD A  I am no tech guru by any means, but I believe the dimensions are what you have available and depend on the output resolution from the specific program you are using. I think the graphics card primarily affects the refresh rate of the monitor
Shopper  what accessory do I need to connect the cintiq 13 to the new macbook pro?
JONATHAN C  This Cintiq uses an HDMI connection. The new Retina MacBook Pros have an HDMI port, but for anything that doesn't you'll need an adapter, like a Thunderbolt-HDMI, or maybe Firewire-HDMI
Shopper  Can one calibrate this tablet or is permanently set?
DAVID T  The shortcut buttons are customizable, but beyond that im not entirely sure what you mean. My cintiq should be arriving tomorrow, and i hope to be of more help then.
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