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Xencelabs’ new display drawing tablet gives Wacom a run for its money

A graphic designer working on a parrot illustration using the Xencelabs Pen Display 24 drawing tablet.
Unlike the Wacom Cintiq Pro 27, the Xencelabs Pen Display 24 includes a stand and ExpressKey accessory as standard. | Image: Xencelabs

Graphics hardware manufacturer Xencelabs has announced the Pen Display 24 Studio Series, a new display drawing tablet designed for creative professionals. The 24-inch display is the company’s first drawing tablet with a built-in display to join its range of standard pen tablets and comes equipped with features that rival Wacom’s Cintiq series.

The biggest advantage that Xencelabs has against Wacom is affordability — at $1,899, the Pen Display 24 is considerably less expensive than the $3,500 Wacom Cintiq Pro 27 and includes accessories like a stand and a shortcut remote that Wacom doesn’t include as standard.

Like the Cintiq Pro 27, Xencelabs’ Pen Display 24 features edge-to-edge tempered glass that’s been etched to provide friction…

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