Far and above, the only issue I have heard with Cintiq 21UX DTK2100's on a negative note has been:
1. Poor screen brightness (200cd/m2, should be 350+)
2. Poor dot pitch (0.27mm, should be 0.20mm or lower)
3. Poor quality control (dirt under surface, dead/stuck pixels)
It has me kinda worried; as it stands now, Wacom recognizes a global backorder for that model, but due to a shortage in what they dubbed "High quality LCDs", they are unable to meet demand.
If my $200 22" LCD monitor has a dead/stuck pixel, meh, that happens. When a $2000 piece of hardware that is "creme of the crop" has 1 or more or other manufacturing issues, this is a serious quality control concern. A 22" QUALITY screen goes for about $500. The same size tablet goes for $500. There's no reason Wacom should not have a 3 year, 0 dead/stuck pixel warranty on this thing at 2x the equivalent price.
They definitely need some competition. Drives down prices and forces them to compete by offering better tech.
I would personally love for Wacom to announce an A01 revision of the 21UX that addresses the fact that its panel/surface are subpar for the price bracket it is in.
"Doing something half-assed more than once just makes you more of an ass."
●● I7 920 2.67GHz QUAD ●● 12GB DDR3 ●● GTX285 OC ●● WINDOWS 7 PRO X64 ●● ADOBE CS5 ●● CINTIQ 21UX ●●