with what I got I have the black ones and the grey ones that should be more rough. I have not touched it much yet honestly I have been trying to do code.
well that is a hard topic to say because of 4k support on the operating systems and their limitations still.
if I use the full 100% scale on my desktop it is like this.
it is quite crisp but actual surface area is important to actually be able to read so you need to adjust your windows scale, and I gravitaded towards 150% so it looks like this.
stuff is a tad larger than on a normal monitor but you have so much surface that it still has loads of space inside to have more things than normal, all 4k is kinda like that.
I always use things split in two now for some reason but I haven’t been drawing lately so I only use it in place of a monitor as I started with python learning before I got it. Strangely enough I have been making my dockers pretty small all around now that you speak of it, i use alot the min and max size for the buttons. When this one is finished it will pretty petite.
An odd thing to note with wacom and 4k is that I can’t use linux with it. I wanted to have good hardware but free software because I use blender, krita and atom now. So KDE NEON linux seemed a good choice but the tablet drivers for the cintiq control EVERYTHING D: and wacom does not give support to linux, so it becomes a kindda of a glitchy screen that with sensitivity of my old bamboo (the magic is in the pressure). linux 4k support and wacom drivers are very weak to justify using it. So you need to opt Win or Mac.
Oh yeah another thing that you need to take attention with this is the tablet is Massive and Heavy too, it takes up like 60% of the desk so you need something to acctually move it around. So I got the Ergonotron and it is worth it, hands down, the other one wiggled too much in the videos for my taste to be a good choice. I thought I did not have need for it but I was wrong and the ergonotron is like 26kg so yeah… it only has 2 positions but it is very stable and it keeps all the cables inside the metal arms and makes everything look nice and clean. I should take a pic the scale of it is a bit bigger than it seems on the videos, not to mention the boxes they come inside, the boxes are at least 3 times bigger than all of it. But one is for sure wacom can be expensive but the raw materials are good, you touch it and it feels “right” you know I never felt like that I dont know how to explain it better, and the unboxing quite elegant of an experience.
Some photos so you get the sense of scale that I did not get from the videos.
(just the tablet)
(as a monitor)
(layed on the table)
(the massive ergonotron)
(you can do this too…)
my conclusion on all of this: I recommend getting a tablet instead of a 4k monitor you have a tad more vibrant colors and you do more stuff.
and my previous tablet XD