|Screen Size||7 Inches|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Wacom Intuos Wireless Graphics Drawing Tablet with 3 Downloadable Software Programs, 7.9" X 6.3", Black with Pistachio Accent (CTL4100WLE0), Small
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- Drawing tablet to use in any software for digital art, photo editing and animation. With 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity, use the Wacom Intuos to easily write, edit or convey ideas to students or colleagues when web-conferencing
- Connect this digital drawing tablet for computer via USB or wirelessly with Bluetooth to your Mac (OS X 10.11 or later) or PC (Windows 7 or later)
- Slim design and compact sized art tablet with a large drawing area (6.0 inch x 3.7 inch); Perfect for limited desktop areas and gives more room to create
- Easy setup, for both left and right handed use; The pen doesn't need to be charged so you can start creating immediately; 4 customizable express keys put your favorite shortcuts at your fingertips
- Bonus: Now every Intuos comes with 3 software titles upon registration: Corel Painter Essentials 6 (graphic drawing), Corel AfterShot 3 (photo editing), and Clip Studio Paint Pro 2 year license (comic manga); Must register to receive all 3 titles; Offer only available for customers located in the Americas
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Explore new ways to get creative with Wacom Intuos
Wacom Intuos is the total package for casual artists who enjoy drawing, painting and photo-editing. Including free software and the pressure-sensitive pen, Wacom Intuos is everything you need to get creative digitally.
Intuos’ pressure-sensitive pen delivers both precision and control. Wacom’s EMR technology inside means the pen never needs to be charged - so its ready to go whenever you are.
Four customizable ExpressKeys on the tablet and two on the pen put your favorite keyboard shortcuts at the press of a button. Pan/Scroll, Undo (or your favorite function) are a simple click away.
Connect to MacOS or Windows
Connect to your computer via USB, install the driver, register & start creating in no time. If you prefer working wirelessly, most models come with Bluetooth for a cord-free creative experience.
Connect to Android
Connect your Wacom Intuos to your Android device with an OTG connector (sold separately) * See your drawings and paintings come to life on your Android smartphone or tablet (operating system version 6.0 or later).
* Only supported on selected devices. Visit wacom.com for more compatibility and setup information.
Support for students and teachers
Art Students have used Wacom products as a starting point for learning skills for their creative careers. But these products can also be used for note-taking, showing math problems, and white-boarding in Zoom, Teams or Skype. And Intuos is incredibly portable to move from school to home… or from the dining room table to the sofa.
Creative software included with purchase
CLIP STUDIO PAINT PRO (2-year license)
With natural pen strokes, quick coloring, unlimited tones and 3D figure templates, it has everything a budding comic-book artist or manga lover needs to bring action to life. Simply register your tablet to get the download instructions.
Corel Painter Essentials 7 (90-day trial)
Release your inner artist with a variety of painting styles, award-winning Natural-Media brushes and photo effects. Get the most out of your Intuos & create an authentic, hand-painted look every time. Simply register your tablet to get the download instructions.
Corel AfterShot Pro 3 (90 day trial)
Turn your passion for photography into unforgettable memories with powerful processing tools and presets to enhance any image from good to great. Simply register your tablet to get the download instructions.
Is this only for sketching or can I use it with other software?
Wacom Intuos graphic tablets can completely replace your mouse and be used for anything, in any software program, on either a Mac or Windows computer or select Android devices.
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Wacom Intuos Bluetooth drawing tablet has been designed for those who are getting started drawing, painting or photo editing on their Mac or PC. Enjoy the convenience of Wireless creating with built in Bluetooth. Or connect the graphics tablet directly to your computer with the included USB cable. Whether it's the light super accurate pen, the stylish design, the included downloadable creative software or online tutorials, Wacom Intuos art tablet is all you need to get creative digitally.
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Then imagine that the item only works with an online software download.
Then imagine the website is crashed.
The customer service center is closed.
There is no information. All day.
Try and try to get it to come up so you can simply USE the thing you spent so much $ on. Nope. No luck.
I understand web traffic must be high on Christmas day. But the company SOLD these items in the Christmas season. It's not like they couldn't predict the amount of traffic to expect. They should have put CDs in the box to download the software.
Now it's an expensive brick. Totally useless.
Update: Day 2 and website is still nonfunctional. No customer support. Googling the problem reveals this has been a problem since LAST YEAR and yet nothing has been done about it.
The free software, in my case a paint and a photo program from Corel, was even worse. To start you need an account which requires registering the device. It asked for the device number, found it, and then gave a cryptic error message. Back to chat (who are very nice, and likely underpaid) and they told me to enter the product serial number, not the product number. If that is what is needed, why not ask for it in the first place? Of course, they send you an email to confirm a valid address, click on the link, and then you have an account - but still do not have the software.
To get the software you have to select the packages but there is no 'Download' button. It turns out you have to double click the 'select' button, it emails you a link, you click on the link, and then the 'Select' button is replaced by a 'Download' button. You have to do this for each package separately.
I hope these details are useful for someone else. PS - I am running WIN 10, 64 bit, and Chrome browser.
But -- I can see why some reviewers are having a problem. Best advice I can give is to go back to what we learned in drawing class: Move your arm when you draw, not your hand, and you'll get a much smoother line.
If you need extra traction for control, tape a piece of paper down on the top of the Wacom and draw on that instead of the (slippery) board. When working with photos, try to start with the highest res image you can as low res images are very pixelated and can make working with close up details difficult.
Enjoy! And Highly Recommended!
Top international reviews
(Clip Studio - 24 meses de licença)
Pros: Light weight, very portable. Feels well built, responsive. The surface area of the tablet has some grip to it, so it feels natural to draw on. The USB cable that connects the tablet to computer is non-proprietary. Which means that if cable fails, you can simply purchase another one to use.
Cons: If you're a taller person, a small tablet may not be the best bet for you, considering the size. I'm 186 cm, or 6'2", so the drawing area of the tablet is slightly larger than my hand. It takes a while to get accustomed to drawing on the small size. Although blue-tooth technology has come a long way, the bluetooth on the tablet is still a bit laggy/jittery. So if you're doing precise work, or if you like precision, you'll have to plug in the tablet.
Conclusion: It's a good tablet for beginners and hobbyists. And when the price drops by about $50, this would definitely be a must buy for beginning artists. But as there are relatively cheaper tablets with a larger drawing area, I recommend taking a look at other products.
The setup was super easy (tested only on windows). Now all I have to do is plug it in any USB port to start using it, so definetly good for people not too tech-savy.
It's really not that hard to get used too as well. Everything is ergonomic and easy to use. You don't need batteries or a drawing glove to use it either.
I'm very happy with my purchase ! Would recommend for beginners of any age !
Picture : My hand for size reference (adult male, long fingers).
I had to contact Wacom customer support to get my programs. The website is garbage so if you're having trouble getting your programs, just go through customer support! They sent me an email with a link to my programs. Corel Painter Essentials was still a pain to set up. I had to go into the file where it downloaded to create a shortcut.
I don't know if I just got a bad unit this time or if the software was simply incompatible with Windows 7 Ultimate (my current OS). I Called Wacom customer service (which was poor, long waiting time, one fellow was hard to understand, the second one sounded drunk) to no avail after several driver installation and re-installation attempts. I ended up returning the unit to Amazon.
I ended up buying instead the competition "XP-PEN Star G640" which cost half the price (I paid $43 here on Amazon) and it worked straight out of the box. I'm using that one right now and functionality is identical to the WACOM tablets I've been used to for 20 years. The only flaw with the XP-PEN is that the pen button is difficult to feel from front to back so I simply carved notches into one end and that solved the problem. Therefore I recommend the XP-PEN over the WACOM in this case.
The reason I'm giving this a relatively high rating is because I must assume it will work for most people even though it didn't work for me, and WACOM products have otherwise generally been satisfactory, save for their longevity, which is often because of driver/hardware obsolescence over time and operating system upgrades etc. (deliberate, built-in obsolescence as with all computer products). One star removed because of price compared to the XP pen which is almost identical in functionality save for that button feel, although it remains to be seen if this XP-Pen model will last as long as the WACOM brands or not. The quality of construction seems to be about the same.
Edição: Após alguns meses de uso, eu notei que a mesa tem arranhado MUITO por causa do desgaste das pontas, e isso tem me preocupado, além de atrapalhar em alguns momentos durante o desenho, pois pequenos talhos na superfície fazem com que a monte escorregue.
Não recomendo o produto mais, não a longo prazo.
A sensibilidade é calibrável e bastante boa. A área útil, uma vez que me acostumei, se mostrou o suficiente para meu uso. A instalação do driver foi fácil e direta, mas estritamente necessária - não pude utilizar a Mesa Digitalizadora antes disso.
No entanto, a posição da entrada de energia é um pouco desenconçada, e dependendo da posição do computador onde ela está sendo usada, pode gerar algum desconforto. Além disso, as bordas tem alguns efeitos peculiares, que tornam o uso nas regiões fronteiriças da tela menos simples. Mais de uma vez, também, a sensibilidade à posição vertical em relação ao plano da mesa causou movimentos espúrios, mas isso se reduziu conforme ganhei hábito no uso.
Em geral, um bom produto.
Secondly, most companies offer a flash installer that will revert back to an older firmware version when needed in times like this. It seems like there was not much interest in really sorting this out, and not much interest in fixing what the core of the problem really was. Coming from a company I've supported for well over 20 years I was irritated. I'll await the replacement. I'll never do a firmware update unless it is absolutely essential for the OS. And when this one wears out.....I may or may not go with Wacom next time, for the first time ever.