With better and cheaper competition [Amazon] at the entry level, Wacom appears to be focusing on higher-end and more expensive devices. The latest Cintiq Pro models come in 17.3-and 21.5-inch sizes, have 120hz touch-capable 10-bit displays, 100% Rec. 709, and 99% DCI-P3 coverage, and cost $2,500 and $3,000 respectively. Both are 4K, like the already-out 27-inch model, and look outstanding. Long gone are the giant bezels of old.
…as well as being fully Pantone and Pantone SkinTone validated which will eliminate the need for a second color reference monitor in most cases. The display tablets also feature HDR support and are equipped with the ability to display hybrid log-gamma (HLG) and perceptual quantization (PQ) curve for better editing of HDR video content, allowing the system to render the images so they appear truer to how the human eye can percieve them in the real world compared to standard dynamic range (SDR).
I've been getting back into digital painting recently, with my old-timey screenless Intuos—barbaric, I know!—and only that merciless price tag holds me off. There seems to be a lot of Cintiqs to choose from, too, and no-where to check them out in real life outside of trade shows and such.