Wacom Intuos4 Wireless Pen Tablet
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- Active Area - 8.05 x 5.0
- Pressure Levels - 2048
- Advanced Pen Tip Sensor
- Finger-Sensitive Input - user-defined Touch Ring controls up to four functions
- Quickly and professionally edit photos and create digital artwork with natural pen control
- 2048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity for precise pressure control
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|Item Weight||2.2 lbs||1.45 lbs||2.9 lbs||0.48 ounces||0.8 lb||1.31 lbs|
The new Intuos4 Wireless pen tablet with Bluetooth wireless technology lets you relax in you favorite working position or move about freely up to 33 feet (10 meters) from your computer. Enjoy the freedom of working "unattached" from your Mac or PC and reducing cord clutter. Intuos4 Wireless is also an excellent choice for collaborative work session and client presentations as well as art education and training.
From the Manufacturer
The new Intuos4 Wireless pen tablet with Bluetooth® wireless technology lets you relax in you favorite working position or move about freely up to 33 feet (10 meters) from your computer. Enjoy the freedom of working "unattached" from your Mac or PC and reducing cord clutter. Intuos4 Wireless is also an excellent choice for collaborative work session and client presentations as well as art education and training.
This medium sized (wireless model available in medium size only) tablet provides ample workspace for most tablet users, while at the same time fitting easily into a laptop bag for mobile use.
The Intuos4 Wireless charges through USB and continues to work while charging.
User-defined ExpressKeys activate frequently used shortcuts and modifiers, while the accompanying illuminated ExpressKey displays provide a constant reminder of each key's function.
Like all Intuos4 tablets, the Intuos4 medium features Wacom's new tip sensor technology delivering an even finer level of control. You can initiate pen pressure control with as little as a single gram of pressure and a feather-light touch. With 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity and 60 degrees of tilt recognition, the Intuos4 pen simulates the natural feel and accuracy of working with traditional brushes, pens, and markers like never before.
The finger-sensitive Touch Ring quickly controls up to 4 different functions such as canvas rotation, zoom, scroll and brush size. The Intuos4 Wireless brings a new level of freedom and natural pen control to digital photography, art, design, illustration and more.
What's New with Intuos4 Wireless
|Wireless Freedom |
Bluetooth® Wireless Technology allows you to move freely up to 33 feet (10 meters) away from your computer. Works with Bluetooth® enabled computers including those enabled with most Bluetooth adapters.
|Convenient USB Charging |
Simply plug the USB cable into the Intuos4 Wireless and your computer to recharge. You can continue using the pen tablet while it is charging.
|Slightest Nuance |
Featuring Wacom's new Tip Sensor, Intuos4 now captures the slightest nuance of pen pressure, starting with as little as a single gram of force.
|Switches, Where You Want Them |
User-defined switches are preset to "right-click" and "double-click" or can be set to your most commonly used functions.
|Working Under Pressure |
With 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, Intuos4 gives you the creative power to dynamically adjust exposure, brush size, line weight, opacity, and more by simply varying the pressure of the pen against the tablet.
|Ergonomic Ahhhs |
Intuos4 is the most comfortable Intuos tablet yet. The slim-profiled tablet has gently sloping, easy glide palm rests that provide complete support for working on all areas of the tablet.
|Natural Feel |
The Intuos4 Grip Pen features a new contoured barrel designed to minimize grip effort, reduce stress to your hand and wrist, and otherwise emulate the feel of your favorite writing instrument.
|Peek Inside |
The new pen stand not only functions as a convenient pen holder, but also provides a handy twist-off storage compartment containing pen nibs and a pen nib removal tool.
|Who Says You Can't Take Shortcuts |
Set up your ExpressKeys to activate your own unique, time-saving shortcuts and modifiers in each of your applications. See your settings change in the illuminated display areas as you switch between applications.
|Optional Pen Holder |
Optional pen holder (included) attaches pen to tablet for use away from the desktop.
|A Turn for the Better |
The finger-sensitive Touch Ring provides intuitive control of scrolling, zooming, brush size, canvas rotation or layer selection. A central toggle button allows you to control up to four different functions in each application.
|Software, No Less |
Intuos4 owners are entitled to download their choice of one application from a selection of titles by industry leaders such as Adobe®, Autodek® and Corel®.
The innovative, ambidextrous design of Intuos4 allows you to maximize the productivity of both your hands. Having the ExpressKeys and Touch Ring on the same side of the tablet ensures that they are perfectly positioned for use with the hand that is not holding the pen.
|Many Accessories |
To complement your Intuos4, choose from a variety of accessories including the Grip Pen, the Classic Pen, Art Pen, Airbrush, Inking Pen, Pro Accessory Kit and more.
Use your Intuos4 Wireless tablet's new features:
What's in the Box
Intuos4 Wireless pen tablet, Intuos4 Grip Pen, optional pen holder, pen stand, ten replacement nibs (five standard nibs, one flex nib, one stroke nib, and three hard felt nibs), nib extractor, 2.5m USB cable, Quick Start Guide, installation CD (includes tablet driver software and electronic user manual)
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I'm used to drawing on larger surfaces and larger sized sketch books. The actual drawing surface on tablets can be pretty small so having gone with the large was the right choice, leaving me a little less than the size of a paper to work with. The tablet is big, but not too big, the tablet itself could equate the size of a laptop keyboard. What I was looking for is a decently sized drawing surface and I got just that. I use this with a laptop as opposed to a desktop computer. Fixing pen sensitivity should fix the problem of wearing down nibs. Since this is all new to me I can't seem to find out how to adjust the pen pressure on my own, but that's alright seeing as I draw rather light and finding youtube tutorials on that should be easy.
This is my first drawing tablet, I've wanted one since I was a kid; finally got one and it's everything I've ever wanted! (Other than being able to view my drawing on the tablet itself) but it was surprisingly easy to get used to drawing while looking forward at the screen. Just make sure that your tablet is aligned with your computer, many artists tend to place the tablet to the side which can make pen-eye coordination a bit more challenging. But again, don't worry about that. I've never used a tablet in my life and my hand-eye coordination is terrible yet it was super fun to use on the first try!
This is a great tablet and I highly recommend it.
This is one of the best tablets that I have used after adding a plastic covering/protector.
When it came out, it was one of the first tablets to support Wacom's new pen generation, which is good. Newer products have touch, but I find that rather annoying. The LCD display is nice as it shows you your shortcuts in different programs. Newer tablets do not have any such display. A few downsides to this older model is that the drawing area is not continuous, it is inset, so the pen will hit the edges when you drag it off the active area. A simple fix is to get a plastic protector that covers the entire front of it (minus the buttons). Another downside is that it is wired, which some people may not like. It does have 2 usb ports though, so that it can be left or right handed.
I have used this for many years, which was finally replaced by a cintiq.
I just received the Intuos 4 small today and for my needs, which are photo retouching and general use, the small tablet is not only big enough, but unobtrusive. The writing area is 6 3/4" x 4 3/8".
Like most of you are aware, the writing area is more rough than the Intuous 3, and although it's different, I like it but prefer the feel of the Intuous 3's overlay. So, I installed the Intuous 3's acrylic overlay and now it feels like the Intuous 3, which is very smooth. I took the measurements, marked off the Intuous 3's acrylic overlay, and cut the acrylic to an exact fit. I used the original adhesive that was already on the Intuous 3's acrylic overlay.
I also used heavy duty Velcro cut into a strip, which I adhered to the USB cord and attached to the top of the tablet. This immobilizes the USB cable and keeps the USB connector from moving inside the port. If you decide to make this mod, use heavy duty Velcro as the adhesive and loops are extra secure compared the household type, which will no doubt come loose. Cut the strip long enough so you can wrap the strip around the cable into a flag. The adhesive on the heavy duty Velcro will hold the cable securely. It's that strong. Cut a flag to match the width and length of the cable tab, and adhere it to the top corner of the tablet.
You can see a picture of both modifications, with notes, in the images section.
Compared to the Intuous 3
I'm always using the pen in mouse mode, which is just fine for retouching photos and other Photoshop related tasks, and general computing. For this use, the size is perfect and I have no gripes with it size-wise.
The layout is much better, and ergonomically, it is also superior. The Intuos 4 is better because it is thinner than the Intuous 3. The Intuous 3 was too thick and caused discomfort right at the spot where my hand and wrist would rest. The Intuous 4 does not. The finger loop is easier to use also and zooming is easy. I now find myself using the circular finger control for zooming instead of the keyboard because it is designed in a way that the Intuous 3 is not, being easier to find and more fluid in use than the Intuous 3's strip. The same goes for increasing or decreasing brush size using the hotkeys. I never used the hotkeys nor the finger strip on the Intuous 3.
It would be nice to back light the buttons so they're easy to find in a darkened room.
I'm not happy about the I3 failing simply because of the USB port. I have better things to spend my money on at this time. I am glad I was forced into buying the Intuous 4, however, because it is quite superior in ergonomics and layout. If it lasts, I'll be happy with it, even more happy than I was with the I3.