How the Cintiq and iiPad Pro Compliment Each Other.
These two work so well together instead of pitting them against one another, they should be celebrated together. For me Wacom Cintiq and the iPad Pro are a package deal, to remain creative and productive while away from my desk.
I recently made and investment in switching from Android Mobile devices to Apple iPad Pro 9′ and Apple iPhone 7 Plus. Also acquired the Apple Pencil form the Apple Store at Perimeter Mall in Dunwoody, Georgia. (North of Metro Atlanta) A year previous, i started working with the Wacom Cintq, 27 QHD Touch and while it is fabulous and still a joy to really hammer out my robust creative projects, its not mobile. In support of Wacom, they do have smaller and more mobile versions of this product that i have not tried yet. However, it was always my intentions to have a lager screen for personal preference. I;m going to share my experience with these tools and instead of pitting them against each other, I want to share with you how they work well together for me..
My Experience Has Been Awesome
With all the advancement in online marketing and social media, a reliable mobile communication system is vital for real time correspondence. Until last year, i was solely an Android user because i so enjoyed the connections with Google and the tools it provided to help grow small businesses such as mine. I have worked with Motorola, HTC, Samsung, but had my best experience with LG G3 and LG (Full Android) Tablet. Other tablets included Kindle Fire first generation, it was very linted with available apps and browser function, but perfect for reading, storing personal documents and Amazon content. My ASUS 10′ Android tablet was great for marketing on social media but with out WIFI, i was left in the dark. Unfortunately, this product seem to have a glitch in the screen prior to a full year of ownership and the manufacturer would not honor the warranty. Their only goal was to secure my credit card, i had to pay for shipping and would be without my device for and unspecified time. It also could ot be determined if it could be repaired. All major disadvantages for a person who relies on the mobile devices as much as i do.
they work well together for me
The pros for me with Wacom is the canvas size, ability to use full desktop version of Adobe CC 2017 as the Cintiq connects to your existing computer as a monitor. The iPad Pro is rooted in its light weight, ability to stay connect through a mobile network at all times and access to all of my Adobe CC apps. I couldn’t use or access them on previous them on my android devices. While the iPad Pro does not let me create a full design, it does allow me to sketch and start a design project and upload to Adobe Cloud or send to desktop applications to finish. It also allows me to share stages of my work in real time and when I am away from the office I can still be productive. Hope you have enjoyed this post and if you are using either of the devices, let me know how they are working out for you. Thank you for reading, subscribing and sharing this post. I look forward to reading your comments. Below are some designs I created with these tools and product images.