The Cintiq 16 is an impressive piece of hardware, but it doesn't feature a built-in stand for monitor (as opposed to sketching) orientation. Industrial designer Eric Strebel aims to remedy that: "This week's video is about building a display stand for my Cintiq 16," he writes, "so that I can stand it up on my desk and actually use it as a monitor when I am not sketching on it.
"So, how does one hack an existing display tablet to attach a custom stand without sacrificing anything? I cleverly use the existing connection points on the back of the display, of course :-)
"Also included is a review of the Hogore Mag-Safe USB-C adapter and their Thunderbolt 3 dock."
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