In Pictures: 10 gifts for obscenely wealthy PC fanatics

10 gifts for obscenely wealthy PC fanatics

Wacom Cintiq 24HD

Looking for a gift for a tech-lover who’s also into art (or vice versa)? The Wacom Cintiq 24HD was made for just such users. Standing proudly at the top of Wacom’s line, this 24-inch panel is designed for use with Wacom's pressure- and tilt-sensitive styluses, and it includes multitouch gesture recognition. Also, the adjustable stand was built with ergonomics firmly in mind. To get your arty friend started on the right foot, you'll want to throw in a $100 Wacom digital Airbrush Pen, and a $300 copy of Corel Painter 12.

$2545 at Wacom

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