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Wacom Intuos Pro Pen and Touch Medium Tablet (PTH651)

by Wacom
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List Price: $349.00
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  • Quickly and professionally edit photos and create digital artwork using natural pen control
  • Wireless accessory kit included
  • 2048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity in both pen tip and eraser
  • 8 customizable application specific Express Keys
  • Multi-function touch ring with 4 customizable functions
  • Software download instructions included
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Wacom Intuos Pro Pen and Touch Medium Tablet (PTH651) + Intuos4 / Intuos5 / Intuos Pro Medium Case + INTUOS4 Pen Pro Accessory Kit
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Technical Details

Size: Medium

Product Details

Size: Medium
  • Product Dimensions: 14.9 x 9.9 x 0.4 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00EN27SHY
  • Item model number: PTH651
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (317 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 4, 2013

Product Description

Size: Medium

Medium-sized pen tablet gives you ample room to design, sketch, paint, retouch, and create with ease.
Your Endless Creative Toolbox

The medium Intuos Pro Pen & Touch Tablet is the most popular and versatile choice among creative professionals. Combining Wacom's finest pen capabilities and multi-touch gestures, this medium-sized pen tablet gives you ample room to design, sketch, paint, retouch, and create with ease. It gives you the power to produce professional results with the precision and control you demand from your creative software.

Versatile Size Without Compromise

Our most popular size, the medium tablet measures 14.9 by 9.9 inches, giving users room to move without taking up too much space. Its gently sloping sides and soft-touch finish make creating artwork comfortable. Many users also appreciate the medium size for use when working with multiple monitors.

Touch Control

Touch Technology senses your fingers so you can utilize Mac or Windows gestures or create your own multi-touch shortcuts.


Pen With 2,048 Levels Of Sensitivity

The included pen mimics the sensitivity and control of traditional art tools. It responds to 2,048 levels of pen-pressure sensitivity and the angle that you hold the pen. Varying the pressure and tilt of the pen against the tablet can create variations in line width and opacity or unique brush effects.

Efficiency Is At Your Fingertips With Programmable Keys

This tablet has eight application-specific ExpressKeys, which let you use pre-selected shortcuts or program your own. With the Express View Display, you can lightly rest a finger on an ExpressKey to see an on-screen reminder of its function.

Control You Can Feel

The finger-sensitive Touch Ring provides intuitive control of canvas rotation, brush size, scrolling, and other functions. Wacom's Touch Technology senses your fingers, so you can utilize Mac or Windows gestures or create your own multi-touch shortcuts.

Enjoy Wireless Flexibility

With the included Wacom Wireless Accessory Kit, you can create digital artwork without being hindered by cords or cables. You also always have the option of connecting the tablet directly to your computer with the included USB cable.

Compatibility Information

The Intuos Pro Professional Pen & Touch Medium is compatible with Windows Vista SP3, 8, and 7 (32- or 64-bit), and with Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later (with Intel processor).

What's In The Box

  • Tablet
  • Pen
  • Color identification rings
  • Assorted replacement pen tips
  • Pen stand
  • Wireless kit
  • USB cable
  • Quick-start guide
  • Installation CD with driver
  • Online user manual
  • Product information documentation

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The tablet itself is great and easy to setup and use.
The Guardian
The Wacom Tablet fulfill all my expectations, and it's bigger than I thought, my work will never be the same.
Eduardo Hernández
It's a beautiful product and I highly recommend this tablet.
Nathaniel Berger

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

176 of 181 people found the following review helpful By Christine Woods on November 19, 2013
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
Length: 0:54 Mins
I went from an Intuos4 (whose USB port connectors finally snapped off) to the Pro, skipped the 5, so for me it's a good upgrade and I concur with all the positive reviews. Wacom is superior.

However, as others have mentioned, Wacom has still not addressed the issue of ill-designed USB ports and cords, the reason for my deducting one star. The little piece with the connections inside the casing is poorly affixed (I took my 4 apart and saw that the very thin copper wires were attached with tiny bits of solder to the circuit board, and that's it, nothing else held the connection piece in place), and the cord itself doesn't fit snugly, so it jiggles around, jiggling the connection piece with it.

Here's my workaround so the cord doesn't wiggle and is firmly in place (see the video, too, taken after the fact, but it will makes things clearer): I took one of the black rubber-like rings the pen came packaged in and cut out a tiny rectangular piece 3/8" x 3/16" x the thickness of the ring. With the cord plugged into the tablet, I wedged the piece under it, squeezing the thickness. It takes some doing because you have to compress the thickness and force it in little by little (I was able to use my nail). I cut a smaller piece and wedged it in to one side of the plug. The cord is now tightly in place, but it could be removed if necessary. I plan on never unplugging it, though, even when going wireless, a small compromise to ensure that the tablet will last.

But Wacom, I have to ask you, is your continuing to ignore this design flaw deliberate, figuring you can make a ton more money this way? It was a known issue to you years ago on the 4, so there's no other explanation. Shame!
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231 of 258 people found the following review helpful By Brianbro on October 16, 2013
Size Name: Small Verified Purchase
I've had this tablet for about two weeks and it works for my purposes (digital re-touching). However, there are 2 issues that a potential buyer should note. First, the charging cord that connects the tablet (via USB) to your computer has a problem. The plug that goes into the tablet is a little too big & needs to be aggressively forced into place. There is a strong likelihood of damaging the tablet's port. I called Wacom's tech/customer support and received little sympathy. They would not accept the possibility that perhaps there was a manufacturing defect. I'm trying to get a replacement cord, but their interest in customer satisfaction leaves a lot to be desired. They now claim that it is supposed to fit tightly. But that's ridiculous if you can't insert the plug in the first place. Originally they wanted me to ship the entire unit back to Amazon for complete replacement. Sounds crazy to me. I'm hoping they'll cooperate with a replacement cord & my paying the shipping back to them.

Next, the nibs on the pen wear out very quickly, even with infrequent use. Be prepared.

Received email from Wacom on 10/16/13 in which she emphatically indicated that they would not replace the defective part. Only recourse is Amazon. Remember to save the shipping container from Amazon as well as the original packaging or you will have to buy a box for the Amazon return.

On 10/17/13 I received another email from Wacom stating that in view of the possible public relations blow back, they would agree to replace the cable. This email was not a courteous one (to say the least).
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127 of 146 people found the following review helpful By S. Jenkins on October 23, 2013
Size Name: Medium
I really feel Wacom is just making the lines of intuos more confusing with the latest division between "intuos" and "intuos pro" when you're trying to look for one. It will leave a lot of consumers confused since some are previously Bamboo tablets. To clarify it was an easier distinction to tell artists what was the difference between an intuos and bamboo. One line is for professionals and one is more for the hobbyists, simply by name. Now they essentially co-mingled the lines, making it a nightmare for people who, like me often have to spend their time explaining what's the difference, troubleshooting for the artist community and basing recommendations off each person's situation. Thanks Wacom for making this more difficult.

Would you like telling people "did you get the RIGHT kind of intuos" and spend more time explaining the difference, vs explaining that the easy naming convention denotes the age of the model.

So what is the difference between an intuos 5 and intuos pro?

The buttons have been revamped to make them easier to press, they're no longer rubber but plastic. In fact this makes the touch ring better, because it was very hard to press due to the touch sensitivity. Now the center button is separate from the ring, so it stops registering the press incorrectly.
The wireless kit has been added to the tablet, where the 5 you had to purchase this separately.

And, that's pretty much it. The pen is the same, I would have liked to see them make the pen more like the Cintiq 13HD since it's probably the best pen that's come out so far. The technology is the same.

With the intuos 5 model
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