On September 2, 2008, Pantone announced that it has begun shipping Pantone Color Cue 2.1, the latest version of Pantone's award-winning, portable color identification device, which now includes the Pantone Goe coated and uncoated libraries, as well as the CMYK values from GoeBridge.
Color Cue 2.1 now features seven Pantone Libraries including the complete Pantone Goe System, both coated and uncoated. Users have access to more than 11,000 Pantone Colors for use in the architecture, interior design, graphic design and printing and publishing industries. Color Cue 2.1 also includes a new LCD screen with configurable displays for easy viewing. The device records the last 30 colors measured for later reference and is powered by a standard nine-volt battery that lasts for thousands of measurements.
In addition to the Goe library, Color Cue 2.1 includes the Pantone Matching System for coated, uncoated and matte stock, as well as the Pantone Fashion + Home Smart Color System and the Pantone Paint + Interiors Color Libraries.