Without fanfare, Wacom has posted two new pen displays for sale on their website. The DTU-2231 and DTU-1631 are part of their “specialty industries” line. Not focused on graphic design like the Cintiq line, but more than adequate for most on-screen pen input needs, such as signing, editing and annotating documents.
Both feature 512 levels of pressure sensitivity, a DVI-I pass-thru connection to mirror the display to a projector or second monitor (VGA-compatible), ideal for presentations, an internal scaler for viewing at the native resolution regardless of the incoming signal resolution, two USB ports, anti-glare surface, and incline adjustment up to 72 degrees. The larger DTU-2231 features a 21.5″ diagonal at 1920 x 1080 resolution, while the DTU-1631 is 15.6″ at 1366 x 768. Prices are $1,899 and $1,249, respectively.
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