By Luke Anderson
I love to draw, and while my art probably won’t ever be featured in a great comic book, or anything else that actually gets published, I like to think that some day I’ll make it big. One of my favorite tools when drawing was my Wacom tablet. I saw was because it stopped working after the USB cable was accidentally ripped out when I moved recently. I pushed the cable back in, but no amount of tape seemed to make it work again. I think that next time I buy one I’m going to go all-out, and I think I’ve found the perfect one.
Sure, I’m not going to afford one of these any time soon, but I can dream. This massive 21.3-inch Cintiq tablet is essentially a monitor with a tablet thrown on top. Don’t confuse this with a Tablet PC, as it’s far more sensitive, and doesn’t include the PC part. It comes with a fancy stand that rotates 180 degrees to each side, and tilt from 10-60 degrees. You’ll also have a set of programmable buttons along the side for quick access to various tools. All this for the low low price of $2,499. That’s a lot of money, but judging from the reactions it’s gotten at CES, it would be well worth it.