Wacom Intuos Draw: Creative Pen Tablet
Wacom Intuos Draw: Creative Pen Tablet
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For professional artists, doodlers, and creative-minded individuals, the Wacom Intuos Pen Tablet pushes the limits of creation. Download the drivers, connect it via USB and get to work: With 2,048 pressure levels, it creates a drawing experience similar to that of pen and paper—only it allows you to erase, edit, and explore much more easily in a digital space Read More

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Ben0
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Nov 13, 2017
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Oh gosh!!! The middle eastern boy in red is so cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nov 13, 2017
BlueCrowned
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Nov 14, 2017
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good taste
Nov 14, 2017
kokin
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Nov 10, 2017
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It's $79.93/$79.95 on Amazon with free 2-day shipping for anyone who may not have the patience.
Nov 10, 2017
JeremyB796
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Nov 10, 2017
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I had the previous generation of these and they were fragile toys that rattled and split apart. Clearly at the time Wacom didn't care about quality. I wonder if they got theur act together...
Call me a pessimist but without an eraser there is no point getting this tablet. It's the same as the chinese alternatives...
Nov 10, 2017
user73
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Nov 10, 2017
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I got one of these for free with some software that I purchased elsewhere so I can't speak to the pricing, but I thought I'd chime in on the quality and functionality.
Overall, I like it and don't have any complaints. Some tablets require that you wear a sort of half-glove over your palm, pinky, and ring fingers, to keep from triggering the pad while you draw. This tablet doesn't have that problem; it only responds to the pen. You can purchase a separate piece of hardware that plugs in on the bottom side and enables wireless connectivity to your PC. The built-in buttons on the tablet are nice, and can be used to execute frequent actions like CTRL+Z. I have only used it in Photoshop, and it works very well.
Again, I don't know about the price, but it's a great addition for intermediate artists. Good luck!
Nov 10, 2017
teknoman
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Nov 11, 2017
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Regarding the Art version tablet that has both pen and finger gestures--was thinking you might be right, better to get this Draw version since it's only pen.
However looks like it should be a non issue in the Art version. Found this in a review online from tabletforartists.com "If the pen is touching or hovering over the tablet, touch will be disabled. Touch can also be shut off via an Express Key."
Nov 11, 2017
JHStarner
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Nov 10, 2017
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MSRP for this is 79.99. If it were the Draw & Touch, that is MSRP 99.99. This tablet ONLY works with the stylus. It DOES NOT have the added touchpad functionality.
http://www.wacom.com/en-us/products/pen-tablets/intuos-draw - No Touch functionality!
Nov 10, 2017
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