Wacom announced the 24- and 32-inch Cintiq Pro screens last summer, and now the company is introducing a new PC module that is integrated into the back of the screen to turn it into a Windows 10 workstation. Engine memory Cintiq Pro and SSD are interchangeable and upgradeable, so you can change and move your work between the 24-inch and 32-inch Cintiq displays.
Wacom is launching two versions of the Pro Engine, which work with the NVIDIA Quadro P3200 graphics card; one with an Intel i5HQ processor, 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage for $ 2,499, and a version with the Intel XEON processor with 32 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage for $ 3,299. They will be available this coming May.
The Cintiq Pro Engine also offers virtual reality support, so you can power an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive VR headset. Although most Wacom products have already been able to support the creation of virtual reality content, Pro Engine allows artists to review the virtual reality content they have created without having to test it on a separate PC.