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Wacom PTH460K0A Intuos Pro Digital Graphic Drawing Tablet for Mac or PC, Small New Model
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- Wacom trusted Professional Pro pen 2 technology in a precision graphics tablet, optimized for hours of image editing, illustration or design work
- Slim tablet design with the most compact footprint in the Intuos Pro line (10.6 inch x 6.7 inch) and an active area of (6.3 inch x 3.9 inch) for anyone with a serious creative passion but lacking in space
- Pro pen 2 features 8, 192 levels of pressure sensitivity, tilt response and virtually lag free tracking for ultimate precision and control; Latex free silicone rubber grip
- Speed your workflow with the multi touch surface, programmable express keys, radial menus and pen side switches; Customize your experience with pro pen slim or pro pen 3D (sold separately)
- System requirements: USB port, Windows 7 or later (64bit), Mac OS 10.12 or later, Bluetooth classic for included wireless connection to PC or Mac
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Wacom Intuos Pro is our finest creative pen tablet to date. With built-in Bluetooth connectivity, 8192 pressure levels and a sleek design, it’s redefining the standard in professional-grade pen tablets.
The Wacom Pro Pen 2 gives you Wacom’s most accurate and advanced pen performance and realistic pen-on-paper feel. With 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, outstanding tilt recognition and virtually lag-free tracking, the Pro Pen 2 delivers the ultimate in creative control. Wacom Slim Pen and Wacom 3D Pen also work with Wacom Intuos Pro.
Leverage After Effects' new Roto Brush that enables you to automatically extract subjects from their background. Simply paint over the subject with your Wacom Pro Pen 2 in a reference frame and the tech tracks the person or object through a scene to extract them. Software offer good only in Americas.
Wacom Intuos Pro comes in both Small, Medium and Large sizes. Choose a size that best fits your hand-movement and style; smaller active area for small strokes and less hand movement or a larger active area for long-strokes and sweeping styles. Medium is the most popular size and is often used with multiple monitors.
This tablet has application-specific ExpressKeys that you can program for your favorite keyboard shortcuts. And the Touch Ring provides intuitive control of canvas rotation, brush size, scrolling, and other functions.
Wacom's Multi-Touch technology senses your fingers, so you can zoom, scroll and navigate around your art as simply as using your smartphone. Depending on how you like to work, you can turn multi-touch on or off with the switch on the side of the tablet.
With Wacom Intuos Pro you can create and refine your digital artwork on your computer without being hindered by cords or cables with included Bluetooth functionality. Or you can connect the tablet directly to your computer with the included USB cable.
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Film-makers, animators, industrial & fashion designers around the globe continue to choose Wacom tablets and displays as their trusted everyday creative solution for good reason...With over 35 years of experience in digital pen technology, Wacom delivers the highest quality products.
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For creatives seeking a high quality graphic tablet, Wacom Intuits Pro small helps you illustrate, edit images or design with natural creative control, Yet boasts a compact footprint for those lacking space or seeking portability. Featuring 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, unmatched precision/accuracy, tilt support and no lag, Intuits Pro small Contains Wacom finest pen technology in this compact pro quality tablet. With the multi touch surface, you can zoom, scroll and navigate around your work as simply as using your smartphone. And Intuits Pro small has six application specific Express Keys and two pen side switches that you can program for your favorite keyboard shortcuts. The touch Ring on the tablet makes quick work of canvas rotation, brush Size, cycling through layers, and other functions. Wacom Intuits Pro is light and slim yet made of Premium materials such as Black anodized aluminum and fiberglass composite resin for durability and strength. You'll never need to change batteries or charge your pen because it charges off the tablet while in use, thanks to Wacom EMR technology. The tablet itself Connects to your Mac or PC through the included USB and Bluetooth connection. While the Pro pen 2 is ergonomically designed and comfortable for long hours of use, You can further customize your drawing tablet experience with the Pro pen slim and Pro pen 3D (sold separately).
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It turns out the reviewers were right. After hardly even an hour of use, the nib on the pen had a flattened edge on it.
I was very disappointed, and very frustrated, and I hesitate to use the pad until I can find a solution to this problem. Some people say the solution is to keep using the pad how it is and replace the nibs, but that's not a solution. Wacom shouldn't get more business because they provide parts that degrade quickly, they should have realized from the start that texturing a drawing surface was a bad idea. The developers, Wacom, claim that the texture is to give drawing a more natural feel, like writing on paper. It does, but to the extent that drawing on it is truly like writing on paper: your pen nib will file down to a point and you'll need to "sharpen" it by replacing it.
The tablet comes with the latest generation pressure pen, which feels and looks nice; and a housing for the pen which also hides about 10 replacement nibs (6 plastic and 4 felt) which is very cool. The tablet can even detect touch controls if you choose to turn those on, and charges an internal battery so it can be used wirelessly.
It's a neat tablet, but it was designed to wear down pen tips which are essential to using it, and I cannot agree to that being a wise thing to do so I'm leaving the product 2 stars. I really want to give it more, and I really would, but they need to change the surface.
Wacom sells "texture sheets" separately which will alter the surface of the pad. Why didn't they keep the default tablet as smooth as the Intuos 3 pad was and give people the chance to add texture later? The sheets come in Rough, Medium, and Smooth, but even the Smooth option has grit to it which does not stop the tip wear but merely prolongs it. The surfaces all act like sandpaper for the plastic nibs, just in various grades. I can only imagine how long a tip would last on the Rough texture.
I'm disappointed Wacom! The smooth texture was perfect on the older models, why did you put a texture on the base product?? Now I'm left with no choice but to try other products until I can find a solution for this one. I want to use this tablet, but I'd sooner put a sheet of acrylic over top of it before I needlessly file down my pen nibs.
Pen nibs shouldn't be like lead in a pencil, or ink in a pen. I shouldn't have to change them often (after mere hours of work!). I should have to change them when I need a different experience, when the tip that's in doesn't feel quite right for what I need. Not because the surface I draw on wears them down. Not because bits of them get scraped off like graphite on paper. I can only believe that Wacom knew what they were doing, knew that their customers would need to keep replacing their nibs, when they released this tablet.
1) It's very lightweight and beautiful. High class design, wonderful to hold and carry (even the large version). The back is completely metal, so it can be extremely cold at times.
2) Native wireless (doesn't need the Wacom wireless accessory kit like previous models). The bluetooth works well and never dropped and did not have any noticeable lag.
3) The new pen uses 8000+ pressure sensitivity levels.
4) Native touch support.
5) Touch has excellent palm rejection.
6) The new pen stand is incredibly cool, very well designed, has a great weight to it.
1) If you're not a new user and you have your programs set up with specific pressure curves or you're used to using brushes with a specific amount of pressure, you will have to recalibrate every. single. brush. to be able to do the same work with the same general feel. However, stippling work is easier than ever as even lighter strokes are possible.
2) If you use the Wacom Art Pen (the one that has rotation sensitivity) you will have to deal with either losing the new pressure levels, or deal with losing the rotation. I chose the rotation in the end, as the sensitivity levels are BARELY noticeable, at best.
3) The surface sheet is ROUGH. It's not even the "rough" surface that Wacom offers (or rather, will offer, as the new surface sheets are unavailable at this time). Using the standard nib (not even the felt one) feels like writing with a Sharpie on cardboard.
4) The amount of drag the new nibs and surface sheet produce really slow down production times if you're used to doing very light, quick strokes.
5) Also the amount of drag from the nibs and surface sheet absolutely destroy the nibs. I have a very light touch and have never had to replace a Wacom nib in the 14 years I've used their tablets, a single nib on this new sheet was completely eaten within 2 weeks of use- and most of the time I ended up using the Art Pen and not the new pen, anyway. Maybe 9 hours total use and it was absolutely destroyed. It's very likely using the felt nibs would be even worse- and they don't offer a pack of the new nibs in the store yet, either- by the time they do, I'm afraid every nib would have been completely used up.
6) Touch doesn't work correctly in most programs. Photoshop's touch abilities are the best so far, picking up the difference between a rotate and a zoom gesture quickly, but most other programs don't quite work as expected. Not exactly a problem with the tablet itself, but with the driver and compatibility with different apps.
7) As of right now (Early Feb 2017), the driver has some issues and causes some significant lag at times. This is wired, not on bluetooth. A stroke will take a moment to pick up, and at times, will freeze a program like Photoshop for seconds at a time before registering. Using an earlier driver and a different pen fixes these issues, so it's definitely unique to the new model.
8) The side buttons, while aesthetically pleasing, are extremely difficult to use while not looking at the tablet as you can barely feel them on the tablet- my work process was slowed significantly just hunting for my shortcut buttons. The touch ring is fine, though.
9) The nibs themselves feel extremely cheap and flimsy and only come in two varieties: felt and standard. No rubber tipped or spring nibs. Old nibs will not work in the new pen. New nibs fall out sometimes and need to be pushed back in every once in a while. The nibs in general are the major problem spot I see with this new model.
10) Any old accessories do not work with the new pen (the larger grip, for example). The new pen has a different size and shape and Wacom currently does not offer any alternate grips for the new pen.
11) The new pen, while lighter, feels significantly cheaper. The pen's side button rattles if you shake it and has an extremely light actuation weight- you can accidentally press it just by shaking the pen.
12) 500$. Perhaps the Paper model might be worth it, but the new "regular" model is just not worth the price tag to upgrade if you're already using an older model Intuos Pro. Or even an older Intuos standard.
All in all, if you're looking to upgrade from a Pen and Touch/Bamboo/older, smaller, hobbyist tablets- this will be a pretty nice upgrade, if you can stand the fact that you're likely looking at a big price tag of nib replacements over the years. But if you're already an Intuos Pro/Intuos user, then this model is absolutely not worth the price.
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Finally sprange for the new model, expecting great things.
There are some improvements such as the touch ring, touch function on the main surface (if you like that sort of thing,) and wireless contivity.
BUT! In a few hours, my new pen nib wore as much as it did in a year on the old model.
I infer this is an attempt to make it feel more like paper. If I wanted to draw on paper I would use paper.
So I was forced to buy (for $50) a replacement (smooth) surface for the tablet.
This is utterly galling in light of Wacom's price, and positioning as the premiere product in this space.
When I buy the best, and I don't mind paying for it, but I do not expect forced upsells to come my way.
Wacom, you lose 1 star for not including a perfectly smooth option in the package.
You lose 2 more stars for your blatant profiteering by forcing an option on me I never wanted, and forcing me to buy additional items that should have been included.
You get to keep 2 stars because aside from the grinding, the tablet functions as expected.
If you had not pulled this ridiculous stunt, I would give the full 5 stars.
The good thing, it looks sexy and has the perfect size.
Now the bad part:
Yes, I know you would think just another one who warns you about the worn out nib but its true and its literally ridiculous how quickly it runs down. I couldn't actually believe it after I did my own tests.
But this is actually just the side issue of a much bigger issue. Ones one side of the nib is worn out you can't just rotate the pen to the other side cos the nib sit lose in there and just rotates back to the worn bit. That makes it actually impossible for me to draw anything properly.
Other issues I found:
-Bluetooth is not reliable, I had much better experience with the older products and their wifi
- the led lights who indicate your tablet drawing space are gone now.
Its probably not that important, but to me it feels more like a downgrade
- it basically just comes with two different pen nib types. I am really missing the one with the small spring. Another downgrade in my opinion
- the usb cable comes now with an extra wacom plug. That means if you forgot or lose the cable, the only option to get a new one is to order the special wacom one.
I am sorry but this is kind of apple philosophy which I dont want to support. I cant see any reason why a simple usb cable couldn't do the job as well.
Therefore I went with one of the previous models and I am more then happy with them.
I hope this review helped someone to make his decision.
You know when you get out of a bad relationship and into a new one and don't know how good the new one is until it's gone and you're back with your X? That's how I feel going back to work using the intuos 5, after using the pro all weekend at home.... what a wonderful time I had. BABY COME BACK! I know you're waiting for me at home. This intuos 5 tablet means nothing to me. We're just coworkers!
I sort of don't like the new pen that much. It's slimmer and I like my pens thick..... ._. But again, you get use to it. AND THE PEN BASE IS ANNOYING! Good news is that your old pen can still work with the new one. I really like the white tip with the spring in it. They don't have anything like that for the new one. They really tired hard to make the surface feel like drawing on paper. (No, I did not get the paper edition). If you use the white tips for the new pen+ the new surface of the pro, it really feels like paper. But I can't take the sound personally.
Oh yeah, it does this one funny thing after my computer restarts. It'll work for a second and then I'll here a disconnect noise. Then I'll have to unplug it and plug it back in.
The biggest downside is the terrible Bluetooth performance. It is unreliable. When it works, it's okay. But it never works for very long.
Invariably, though, it freezes up and stops working. No pen input shows up on the computer (Windows 10). The scroll wheel light remains fixed in one corner (lower left, when the power button is on the left side, see attached image) and no amount of pushing the button in the middle of the scroll wheel changes this. Power cycling the tablet returns the scroll wheel light to this same location, indicating to me that the firmware on the tablet is stuck. The computer still "sees" the Bluetooth connection (in settings), but no pen movement or finger touch movement gets registered by the computer.
Taking a pin to the recessed reset button doesn't fix the tablet when it is stuck like this. Power cycling the tablet does not fix it either. Getting the Windows 10 machine to "forget" and re-initialize the Bluetooth connection does not work. The only thing that seems to fix this problem is to reboot the Windows 10 machine. After the reboot and login, if I power on the Wacom tablet the lights around the scroll wheel all light up and then a different light (not the bottom left one) lights up. Pen and touch work again.
This problem has persisted for weeks. I've verified that the firmware is the latest. I have tried this on a Mac and it has similar issues with Bluetooth.