Geminos X is touchscreen, Geminos is not touchscreen. Geminos is made from 2x 24” displays, where LG is 2X 21.5” displays. Also LG does not allow the screens to pivot nor does it include a docking station or web cams.
I was going to say “agree to disagree”, but then I checked and it has the same DPI as the monitor I’m using. I just remember that 1080p was only borderline acceptable on my X220t, but turns out at typical viewing distances of like 2ft it’s OK.
A higher resolution version with touch and current generation Wacom EMR would convince me to re-arrange my workspace to fit it — just spoiled by a 27" monitor w/ 4K and my Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360.
I really wish Wacom wouldn’t worry so much about competing w/ the Cintiq line and would make a nicer version of the Wacom One. w/ touch and a brighter screen.
One minor consideration for those that might consider these. We haven’t formally tested any of them , but we have a customer that has purchased a few.
They seem to be multisourcing the panels they use. The issue with that would be things like calibration for production work. Fortunately they aren’t mixing panels within the same device and the two I’ve seen had good (but not great ) panels.
I do like the companies business approach and they were very responsive to our technical inquiries