Long before the iPad Pro came along, Wacom was pretty much the default company that many artists and professionals turned to for their drawing tablet needs. In fact while the iPad Pro might be the more mainstream option, Wacom’s Cintiq tablets are actually still pretty popular, and it looks like the company has a couple more options for its users.

Wacom has recently announced that they will be adding two new Cintiq Pro models to its lineup come early 2018. These models are the Cintiq Pro 24 and the Cintiq Pro 32, both of which corresponds to their sizes, with the former offering a 24-inch display/drawing area, while the latter offers up a 32-inch display size.

This is a pretty massive step up from what Wacom is offering now where the Cintiq Pro comes in either a 13-inch or a 16-inch model. Clearly these are designed for users who might need the larger surface area, like maybe architects who want more space to draw on, or maybe just artists who might have use for it and would prefer it compared to scrolling around.

Details about the new models and their specs remain to be seen as Wacom states that details will be shared leading up to its release. However the company did say that they will feature 4K edge-to-edge displays, with the Pro 24 priced at $2,000, while the Pro 32 will be priced at $3,300.

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