|Standing screen display size||6 Inches|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Wacom Intuos Pro Digital Graphic Drawing Tablet for Mac or PC, Small (PTH451)
|Item Weight||1.45 Pounds|
|Operating System||Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.6.8|
|Active Surface Area||6.2 x 3.9|
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- The Intuos Pro creative pen tablet delivers 2048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity and tilt recognition, so you can create with the accuracy and precision of traditional brushes and pens
- Slim tablet design with a compact footprint (12.5 inch x 8.1 inch ) and an active area of (6.2 inch x 3.9 inch ) for anyone with a serious creative passion but lacking in space
- Pan, zoom, and navigate naturally with gestures on the multi touch surface of the Intuos Pro; Create and access your own multi touch shortcuts
- Speed your workflow with the multi touch surface, programmable Express Keys, radial menus and pen side switches
- System requirements: USB port, Windows 7 or later (64bit), Mac OS 10. 12 or later
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Wacom Intuos Professional Pen & Touch Tablet is the ideal small format choice for anyone with a serious creative passion in photography, art, or design. Perfect for smaller desk spaces, the small tablet measures 12.5 by 8.1 inches, packing a lot of creative power into a compact format. The Intuos Pro pen tablet combines Wacom's famous pressure sensitive pen capabilities and intuitive multi touch gestures. It gives you the power to produce professional results with the precision and control you demand from your professional software. Wacom’s small Intuos Professional Pen & Touch gives you an intuitive way to achieve professional results. This compact tablet brings versatile controls together with the accuracy and precision of traditional brushes, pens, and markers. Its gently sloping sides and soft touch finish make creating artwork comfortable. 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).
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Fast forward...I have tried 3 of the top rated Amz tablets because i refused to spend over $100 for a tablet. But after 3 other tablets purchased, used then sent back to Amazon...I gave in and got a Wacom Intuos pro small. Let me conclude it is worth every single cent you pay. I thought the small might be too small, but once i realized i usually custom program and compress a drawing area for photo editing into a 4X6" area on any tablet...it was a great size. Let me also say that EVERY OTHER PEN TABLET SOFTWARE was a freakin NIGHTMARE to get working/connected...the Wacom is incredibly easy. Download and bam its there perfectly. No hours spent with the online tech dept to get things talking and connected. Its soooo easy and seamless and brings you right into the config menu without thinking to make everything work great in seconds. Or do nothing and it works. It works. Period. Key word? Works. If you need drama, stress, multiple IT tech emails and a bizarre learning curve, spend $40-80 on a top-rated tablet and go at it. If you are a professional who does photo, graphics,and re-touching and uses a pen tablet also as a fast touch-pad...you know what to do.
The wireless kit feature is really nice. I've had not connectivity problems and the battery seems to last a long time and charge pretty quick. The wireless kit on the Intuos (non-pro) is good too but every now and then I have to reconnect. Note, the wireless kit is included with the Pro version and you have to buy it extra for the regular Intuos tablets.
Also, the best bags for each tablet, in my opinion are the USA Gear bags. They are nicely made and have an outer pocket for the cord. The larger bag for the Pro version has an outer pocket that fits the pen as well.
So to some up, when I'm on the go and traveling, I use the regular Intuos and when I'm at work, the Pro version. You really can't go wrong with either.
This tablet, even in the case, with all of the accessories in it as well, is the size of my 13" macbook pro in it's case, super slim (minus the bump created by the pen stand), and it's all protected in the padding of the case, so I feel totally comfortable taking it anywhere in my backpack or bag to work from any coffee shop or place with an outlet!
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Clearly the problem is with the design and the age of this version of Intuos Pro.
If you need a tablet, get a cheaper WIRED model from Wacom and save yourself ~$200. Nobody should be buying the Intuos Pro at this point in its product cycle. It's 3 years old, the Li-ion battery it comes with is garbage and the firmware for Macs is a dumpster fire.
This version of the Intuos Pro is 3 years old at this point - it was released in 2013. I probably should have known there would be issues just based on the design of the USB cable it came with - it uses the miniUSB design. There are no consumer electronics products that have miniUSB anymore - it's either microUSB or USB-C. The USB is not a problem per se - it's simply indicative of how old these >$300 tablets are. The battery life and firmware is bad. Plain bad. Awful. And that's likely because the moment you take it out of its brand new sealed box, you're dealing with a piece of hardware that is as old as the iPhone 5S.
The battery that comes in the box has clearly been sitting in the box for a few years. The way it holds charge is truly strange - while in wireless mode, the battery shuts off after 3-4 minutes of use. Turning it back on works just fine - it still has >97% of juice left. But then after another 3-4 minutes of use, it shuts off again. However, if you DO NOT USE the tablet, then it stays on >10 mins before the power saving mode shuts it off.
And you know what - Power Saving mode is fine when the device is not receiving any input from the user. But that's not what happens - what happens is that it shuts itself off in the middle of user input!
Which brings me to - firmware. I'm writing this in October of 2016 and Wacom just released a new version of the firmware for this tablet. And even with the latest version, the tablet shuts itself off after 3-4 minutes of wireless use. This is on a BRAND NEW tablet, fresh out of the box and charged to 100% (I even let it charge overnight just to make sure it's fully charged). To add insult to injury, the response time of the pen is downright embarrassing - the lag in wireless mode is so bad it makes the table completely unusable. First generation iPad with a $10 stylus had better response time than this Intuos Pro in wireless mode.
(I used it in Photoshop CC, latest version of Photoshop with latest version of Wacom firmware; Mac OS X 10.11.6).
Now, in wired mode this things works like magic. But... if I'm confined to using it in wired mode, then why am I paying a premium for the advertised wireless connectivity? Get yourself a <$100 Wacom and wait for them to release a new version of the Intuos Pro.
Model purchased: Intuos Pro SMALL
However, the USB connection to the computer is very shaky; touching the cable a little bit leads to disconnecting the tablet. I have tried the USB connection on other systems as well and getting the same symptoms.
I didn't care for the old wireless connection technology, as I don't want to block my single laptop USB port to the Watcom dongle.
I'll probably buy the latest generation of Wacom Intuos Pro medium, Wacom PTH660, as the physical size is almost the same as the PTH451 if I can get over that it is nearly two times the price of PTH451.
-Fast and responsive
-Tilt recognition opens up a whole new world of possibilities with brushes in supported softwares (Photoshop in my case)
-The included wireless kit allows reduced clutter on the desktop and simplifies switching between and mouse and a tablet (not the case for me)
-The radial menu and configurable function keys are a nice addition and hovering your finger over the buttons brings up a menu detailing the macros associated with each. Well thought!
-The battery charge seems to last, but I'll have to update to review for any further details.
-I thought other reviewers were a bit overreacting when they stated it, but the USB cable connection is FLIMSY at best. I've only had to insert it once and the way the connection wiggles around one it's attached is not reassuring to say the least. I can only hope this won't break. While I honestly don't think it will, I would definitely pay attention as to not move the tablet while this cable is connected.
-The touch recognition is a step above my older Bamboo Pen & Touch, yet is still too unresponsive compared to my apple trackpad. Simple two finger gestures have to be repeated a couple of times before I can scroll pages.
-The addition of the function keys on the side of the tablet make it a bit larger than the old bamboo pen & touch, which might lead to some problems if you want it side by side with your keyboard as the tablet will be sitting a bit more to your side than what I was used to.
As far as specs, Wacom really made another beautiful product that meets all my expectations. Small design flaws like the cable, however, stop it short from having a 5-star rating.
I'll try and update this review once I've had a bit more time using it for actual photo retouching and drawing purposes.
Además el que sea wireless ayuda a no tener tanta cosa conectada en el escritorio.
El negrito en el arroz es que el numero de serie para el "bundled software" no sirve absolutamente para nada, solo añade tu tablet a tu librería. lo que sirve, exactamente, de nada.
Por cierto la pluma es exactamente igual a la de mi Intuos 4, por lo que si quieres la ultima version de la talbet , esta no es.