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Wacom Intuos Manga Pen and Touch Small (CTH480S2)

by Wacom
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  • Replaces your mouse and turns your computer into a digital drawing canvas
  • Create your own comics, anime and mangas with included downloadable creative software - Manga Studio and Anime Studio Debut
  • Use your fingers to navigate, scroll, zoom your artwork with multi-touch gestures
  • Four customizable ExpressKeys that put your favorite shortcuts like undo or copy/paste at your fingertips
  • Battery-free, pressure sensitive pen and digital eraser helps you to draw thicker and thinner lines depending on how hard you push on the pen
  • Connects to Mac or PC and works with any software program
  • Small Compact size, 8.3-by-7.0 inches, is perfect for limited desktop areas and can be setup for both left and right handed use
  • Work cord-free with Wireless accessory kit sold separately
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Style: CTH480S2

Product Details

Style: CTH480S2
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 7 x 0.4 inches ; 10.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00FR8DMU0
  • Item model number: CTH480S2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,542 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 18, 2013

Product Description

Style: CTH480S2


Customer Reviews

It is easy to install, great to use, and fun for drawing.
Molly Shassberger
Perfect, I thought it might be too small. but its a nice compact size that fits in my laptop case.
Elle B.
I took for ever to decide which tablet I was going to buy...So glad I got this one!!
Molly M

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

680 of 699 people found the following review helpful By D. Cole on January 31, 2014
Style Name: CTL 480 Verified Purchase
When you read the 1-star reviews it's obviously user error in most cases - or people who just aren't familiar with the awkward getting-used-to-it phase of a first time tablet user. Yes, a tablet feels awkward at first, you have to learn to get the feel for it. But it doesn't take more than a few days. Then you'll never go back to a clunky old mouse.

To answer some of the specifics people have complained about:

1. It didn't ship with the extra nibs they promised me!
• Yes it did. They are in a little hidden compartment on the back of the tablet.

2. It has a rough, gritty surface texture!
• Have you ever used a slick tablet? Your hand sticks to it. The rough texture not only adds a wonderfully realistic friction to the feel of your pen (like drawing paper), but it prevents your greasy, nasty damp hand from sticking to the tablet.

3. It feels light and cheap and the pen is too skinny!
• It feels NICE and light to me. Like a carbon fiber bike, stiff, light and tight. The pen is on the skinny side, but I don't mind. Feels like a real pen to me. Not clunky. But if you like clunky, you can always get a pack of those foamy pencil grips, cut out a slot for the button (or don't use the buttons at all, like me) and you'll be so stoked.

4. The driver didn't work and there are no drivers available anywhere on planet earth!!
• Well you're right about that crappy driver CD that shipped with the tablet. It failed for me too. But you CAN get the drivers for this from the Wacom website. A quick download and it was up and running in a few minutes. It is admittedly hard to find the drivers with Wacom's poor site navigation. However it's easy to find if you google "wacom drivers" in which case it is the top hit: [...]
5. OMG!
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279 of 295 people found the following review helpful By Kelly D Williams on December 17, 2013
Style Name: CTL 480 Verified Purchase
I bought this tablet strictly as a mouse replacement and this review is about my experience trying to find relief for my RSI.

As a Mechanical Engineer I spend 6-8 hours a day in front of a computer, mostly using 3D CAD programs such as Solidworks and Pro E. These programs are VERY mouse heavy and require precise movements. I had always used a traditional mouse (because I didn't know anything else existed) with no issues until one day I noticed some pain in my right forearm. Thinking I was just tense that day, I powered through. The pain came back the next day even worse. I dealt with that for about a week, hoping it would go away or I could find a way to hold my mouse that would minimize the strain on my arm. I even tried mousing with my left hand for a week and the pain turned up there too! I turned to the internet for a solution and after a couple Google searches all roads seemed to point me towards a vertical mouse (Evoluent has some great SEO). Not wanting to drop too much money, I settled on the Lugulake vertical mouse for $11. For a single day I thought I had solved the problem because the pain was less intense in my forearm than it had previously been, but within a week the pain had moved from my forearm to my hand due to the new clamping force necessary to click the mouse and the new muscles that were now in a constant tense state. I knew this product would not work for me so I turned to the internet again and this time wound up at the trackball. I purchased the Kensington K72337US trackball and again I thought my problem had been solved. But after a week, the pain in my forearm returned with a vengeance due to all the finger movements necessary to operate a trackball. I began to panic.
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240 of 255 people found the following review helpful By DHPhoto on October 4, 2013
Style Name: CTH 480 Verified Purchase
I received my Intuos tablet a few days ago. I've gotten about 12 hours of use out of it so far...and so far it performs wonderfully! I do digital photo production and retouching for a living and Wacom has made a world of difference in my work.

Before I purchased this model I had been using an older Intuos 3. The older model does seems to be a little more solidly built. And the surface of the older model was a little more "glossy" than this one. But it took all of 10 minutes to get used to the new textured surface of this tablet. (The texture is pretty similar to the texture of the casing on my MacBook Pro) Yes, this new tablet is more lightweight, but that's not really a bad thing in my book. This tablet also functions as a track pad, which is awesome! I can use the pen to retouch photos, then just turn my wrist and it's my mouse!

All in all I'm in love with my new purchase. I highly recommend you get one. It performs just as well as my older (and much more expensive) model, plus it has more features AND a bigger writing surface. If you're a photographer looking to touch up your photos, this one is a no brainer!
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187 of 217 people found the following review helpful By Juneberry on September 22, 2013
Style Name: CTL 480 Verified Purchase
Great little tablet, for a great price. My husband and I were quite impressed. We both work in computer design fields and are familiar with tablets. I just needed something small to use at home and this little tablet fit the bill. Nice and lightweight, has a pen holder and comes with 3 extra nibs.

Drivers were simple to install. Just popped in the CD and it walked me right through the process and I was using the tablet within a couple minutes.

What I didn't expect at first when I unpacked the tablet was the texture of the writing surface. It feels rather coarse. I wasn't sure I was going to like it but once I started drawing on it it has a very papery feel, like a good quality drawing paper with some tooth to it. I actually found I like it, the slight resistance it gives your pen while you are drawing feels... right, for lack of a better term.

I took off a half star because it didn't have an eraser, I wasn't sure if it would or not when I bought it, and knew I wasn't going to actually NEED the eraser for my uses so I'm not concerned. It's honestly easier to it a hotkey in photoshop to switch the pen nib to work as an eraser than it is to flip over the pen anyway.
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