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Wacom Tablet Support

The Graphics Agent for Windows supports Wacom tablets in two configurations: bridged, where peripheral data is sent to the desktop for processing, and locally terminated, where peripheral data is processed locally at the PCoIP Tera2 Zero Client.

Locally terminated Wacom tablets are much more responsive and tolerate low latency connections, but require a PCoIP Tera2 Zero Client with current firmware.

Locally Terminated Wacom Tablets

Locally-terminated tablets have greatly improved responsiveness, and tolerate higher-latency (including 25ms and higher) networks.

Local termination requires:

  • A Graphics Agent for Windows version 2.15 or higher.

  • One of the following clients (refer to the next table for specific client support):

    • PCoIP Tera2 Zero Client with firmware version 6.2.0 or higher

    • PCoIP Software Client for Windows, version 19.11 or higher

The following Wacom tablet models have been tested and are supported with local termination on a PCoIP Tera2 Zero Client:

PCoIP client support for locally terminated Wacom tablets and the Graphics Agent for Windows

PTK-440 PTH-451 PTH-660 PTH-860 Cintiq 22HD Cintiq 22HDT
PCoIP Tera2 Zero Client 1 1
PCoIP Software Client for Windows
PCoIP Software Client for macOS

Other Wacom tablets may work, but have not been tested and should not be used in production environments.

Bridged Wacom Tablets

Bridged Wacom tablets are supported only in low-latency environments. Tablets in network environments with greater than 25ms latency will show reduced responsiveness and are not recommended.

The following Wacom tablet models have been tested and are supported with a PCoIP Tera2 Zero Client, a PCoIP Software Client for Windows or a PCoIP Software Client for macOS:

PCoIP client support for bridged Wacom tablets and the Graphics Agent for Windows

PTK-440 PTH-451 PTH-660 PTH-860 Cintiq 22HD Cintiq 22HDT
PCoIP Tera2 Zero Client
PCoIP Software Client for Windows
PCoIP Software Client for macOS

Other Wacom tablets may work, but have not been tested.


  1. Requires a tech preview build of Zero Client Firmware.