It seems like a very nice table but it has a learning curve but better than the other product I had and fun.
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- Wacom Pro Pen 2 has been engineered with a focus on achieving excellence, pushing limits, and honing the finest details to offer the unique Wacom experience that our customers love
- Designed with the input of our customers, Wacom Intuos Pro is built from premium materials and has been rigorously tested to meet professionals' needs
- With proven excellence and longevity, Wacom pen tablets have long been recognized by creative professionals as the benchmark in quality
- Choose from a variety of pens and different Texture Sheets to personalize the way you work. Plus, get easy shortcuts with customizable ExpressKeys, Touch Ring, and pen side switches
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Very nice fund product
Wacom Intuos Pro - gold standard of tablets
Pros: Solid refurb, complete with Wifi and new battery. Cons: Wacom's support less than robust and software add-ons are worthless. Other thoughts: Purchased this tablet after weighing the offerings from various vendors. Wacom are really the premier tablets in the market place and it's not worth the time buying a tablet from a vendor who is unlikely to offer updated drivers or one which has sub-optimal functionality.
Best tablet I've owned. Cheaper than other sellers
Pros: Seamless drawing experience. Large surface Acts like a giant trackpad Wireless capability Cons: There is really no cons. You can't compare a non-pro tablet that is cheaper with this professional grade tablet. You get what you paid for. I have happily put my mouse into the drawer and started using this tablet for all my computer works.
Pros: I purchased the extra large pen tablet primarily as a tool to leverage Photoshop and other photo editing applications, but it has become an integral part of my desktop leveraging and extending the capabilities of nearly all my computer applications. A very well thought out and user friendly tablet with both the pen and mouse. Cons:
Very Glad I Got It
Pros: Precise, Large Cons: Nothing Other thoughts: This tablet is wonderful and exceeds all expectations. I can't think of anything that would make it any better. I wanted the large and was hesitant because of the cost but I'm very glad I got it. Be prepared for it to use up a lot of your desk space. I would just get it and treat yourself.
the heavyweight of graphics tablets
Pros: Highly customizable, Feature-rich Cons: Large For Its Active Area, Heavy Other thoughts: I'd used a 12x12 ArtZ II Wacom for many years. When I moved to a new computer running Windows 7 Professional 64-bit, I discovered there wasn't a simple way to get a serial-interface tablet to work on a computer without integral serial ports. * (I didn't care to install a serial-interface card. I tried a cable adapter using a standard USB-to-RS232 chipset, but it didn't work with any of the serial devices I wanted to move over. These adapters seem to work only with programs that directly address RS232 hardware, whereas all my serial devices used drivers.) So, as Doc Brown would say... In terms of basic features, the PTH-850 isn't significantly different from the ArtZ II. There was no need to adapt or relearn anything. I found the pen's pressure sensitivity a bit more responsive. And I liked the option of several types of pen tips, of varying stiffness and flexibility. (These are stored in the pen holder.) I also liked the elimination of the outboard power supply -- the PTH-850 is powered by the USB port. My only real qualification is that I perhaps should have bought a smaller, less-bulky model. This is offset, however, by the eight buttons and ring, which can be thoroughly customized to do pretty much whatever you want. (The ArtZ II had presets, but you had to stop what you were doing and select them with the pen, rather than using the hand that wasn't drawing.) The PTH-850 also recognizes a wide range of gestures (more than I've seen on any product of any kind), but I haven't yet found my own best use for them. Perhaps the oddest/cutest feature is the LED 'landing lights' that mark the corners of the active area. They sort-of make sense, as they're visible even in dim light, and (unlike paint) can't wear off. Is it any surprise that you can adjust their brightness? Needless to say, the user manual is poorly written and organized. Not to mention remarks that will leave you howling. Reading it is an annoyance. Barring some major interface change, or the discovery of some incredible feature no one has yet thought of, this Wacom looks to be my last graphics tablet. * The persistence of the COM port is surprising. Bluetooth, for example, creates a virtual COM port for each connected device.
Best of the Best
I use this for work [I'm a graphic designer] as well as a drawing in a my free time. It's extremely easy to use. I like the sensitivity and how easy it was to get the lines in. Though I don't like too much how the working space on the tablet is literally the size of your screen. My hand kind of strains to get to the ends of the screens [I'm a very small, left-handed person].
Amazing tablet with annoying touch pad
Pros: Tons Of Drawing Space, Wireless option, Great Pen Pressure, Cool Lights, Thin Tablet Cons: Very Sensitive Buttons Other thoughts: I have painted one painting with this tablet so far and the pen pressure is amazing. I also have the tablet set to one screen so I use more of the tablet's drawing surface. It's huge and amazing! Well worth the money. The touchpad aspect of the tablet is pretty worthless and annoying if you accidently turn on that feature. The buttons are also very sensitive. If I lightly run my wrist over the buttons they turn on and show a diagram on the screen. I think this can be turned off since I usually just use the keyboard for shortcuts. Other than that, this is an amazing product and worth every penny.
A great product but...
Although this is a great product, it is not worth upgrading if you're coming from an Intuos 4 tablet. That being said, if this is your first tablet or coming from an earlier addition, than by all means buy one. Once you use a tablet you'll never use a mouse again! This is the one to buy.
Mostly good, with a couple drawbacks
Pros: Wireless Option Is Nice, Nice design, Great sensitivity Cons: Wears Out Tips Quickly, Again Tip Wear Too Much Other thoughts: Very good product, big upgrade from a very old Graphire 3. Sensitivity is awesome, look and feel is really nice. Must have if you are a heavy Photoshop user or scupting user (zbrush/mudbox). No real issues with drivers so far (Win7 64bit), except one program I have if it crashes I think it causes the Wacom driver to stop working. I have to restart the system service. I'm not sure I can blame Wacom for that since the other program is the one crashing. Biggest con... it wears through the nibs crazy fast. Starting on the intous4 they changed to a different surface to give the feel of paper, this ofcourse being rougher causes nibs to wear quickly. If you are heavy user you can expect to be replacing nibs every couple of weeks. I did adjust the pressure, but there is a point where I don't want it to be too sensitive just so I can save nibs. Luckily they are fairly cheap on ebay. Probably not a worthwhile upgrade if you already have the intous4, but any version before that its worth it.
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